Don’t forget about the bathroom! If you’re outfitting a new home, the bathroom’s probably the first room on your list. While our window coverings are great for light control, insulation, and looking pretty – if we get down to brass tacks, many window shoppers are looking for privacy first. This is especially true in the bathroom.
Don’t Let Steam Be Your Only Window Covering!
We have a wide selection of waterproof blinds for the bathroom that will take your existing design to a sophisticated new level. Beautiful faux wood blinds in the powder room will show off your design prowess and make the room feel warm and inviting. Woven wood shades over the tub in the master bath bring natural serenity to soaks at the end of the day. Cellular shades and aluminum blinds are also great for the bathroom. Read on to find the best choice for your home.
Things to remember when shopping for bathroom window blinds:
- High humidity and temperature change can cause wood blinds to warp, so stick with faux wood or aluminum.
- Make sure you have full window coverage on the bottom floor. Don’t let upstairs neighbors peer down in!
- Incorporate a blinds wipe down into your cleaning routine every few months. This will keep mildew at bay and your window coverings stay fresh for longer.
Bathroom Window Treatment Ideas:
Get the warmth of real wood in your bathroom (or any room!) with no worries about warping. Visitors won’t know the difference and you’ll pay a lot less. Faux Wood Blinds are fitted with moisture-proof slats that’ll stay straight as an arrow as long as you own them.
Cell shades are perfect bathroom window coverings. They provide complete privacy while letting in natural light (or keeping it out if you choose a blackout shade) and they provide extra insulation so those winter mornings aren’t quite so brisk.
These shades are hand woven from sustainable yarns, grasses and bamboo to give your bathroom natural tranquility or an eclectic feel. Remember to keep those first floor windows completely covered – but a top-down/bottom-up lift system is a great way to let in natural light and maintain privacy on the top floor.
If you still haven’t found the right fit, try Roller Shades, Aluminum Blinds, or Roman Shades in the bathroom. They all provide great privacy and light control – just take the necessary steps to prevent mildew as with any other window covering.