Worth getting glass inserts for pocket doors in master bath?
I am trying to decide whether it is worth the extra $620 cost and 5 week delay to order doors with textured glass inserts for our master bath. The bathroom is 13' x 6' and has two pocket doors: 1 that separates the bedroom from the vanity area and 1 that separates the vanity area from the shower and toilet area. The options are: (1) painted MDF door with 3 recessed panels and square sticking that matches bedroom door, which is close to bathroom door, or (2) same door style, but the recessed panels are glass in a simple pattern that works well with the tile. (I can't post a picture now because my office has apparently blocked access to Photobucket recently.)
I have saved pictures of several bathrooms with textured or frosted glass panels in the doors because I really like the look. However, because they are pocket doors that will likely be hidden in the pockets most of the time (except when someone is using the toilet), it may not be worth it.
We plan on putting 2 Solatubes in the bathroom. The light coming through the textured glass would be very pretty, so maybe we would keep the outer door closed part of the time so people (mainly us) see the pretty door rather than the bathroom. Then again, I might want a solid door to block the light so I can sleep. Of course, I have to get up at 6 am anyway.
DH likes the idea of cheaper and faster (we are ready for the doors now), but says to get whatever I want. (Because we won't be changing it later.)
I am worn out from making decisions (and family health crises). WWYD?