Sleeping porch to bath...windows?
1913 colonial here. Converting a former sleeping porch to a kids bathroom.
(It is currently a 60's era paneled den)
Wanting to return that feel of the original sleeping porch. Planning some horizontal lap siding for walls and/or a beadboard ceiling.
Fortunately, the room still has what I imagine are the original rough openings along the one long wall (has that large porch "wall of windows" feeling, though of course they are currently 60's-era sliders.)
I've google searched for images, but looking for guidance on What windows you'd select: casements? double hung? picture windows would look nice, but would like them to open for fresh air/ventilation.
Privacy is an issue as one of the rough openings is located where the combo shower/tub will be...
Can't decide whether to obscure glass somehow on that window or just wall that opening in for privacy/practicality. Worried either option would greatly detract from the look and feel of a sleeping porch.(Note the porch is on the back of the home, but still...)
Many thanks for any thoughts,