Bathroom windows - What To Do?

weiss528iNovember 12, 2010

I have 2 windows directly in the wet-zone.... 1 is in the shower and the other is on the shower/tub wall. I would like to avoid putting in obscure glass. We don't have a very private yard nor do I want to expose myself. The shower window is 2'x3'. The tub/shower window is 4'x3'.

I've thought about putting an awning window on top and a stationary window at the bottom. If I can't figure out appropriate window coverings, I might have to use obscure glass on the bottom portion.

Any ideas or suggestions?


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Your thoughts are not bad, That's probably what I would do if I did not want to remove the windows entirely.

    Bookmark   November 12, 2010 at 12:53PM
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