Small Bathroom Window Design Inspiration and Ideas

Bathroom Window Design Milgard Windows

Often a determining factor for designing your new bathroom is deciding how you want to style the windows of the space. You want to try to balance multiple aspects at once to create the correct atmosphere for the space, but sometime this can be tricky. 

Luckily, this does not have to be the case. The Milgard Family of products can provide you with beautiful windows for any small bathroom and design ideas to pair nicely with your selection as well.


Why is it so Difficult to Style a Small Bathroom Window?

The bathroom is often the hardest room in your house to select windows for. You must take many key points into perspective to get just the right window for your needs. The largest factor that makes styling a small bathroom window is privacy. When designing a bathroom, no one thinks about how much they want their nosy neighbor glaring in while you are in there. Privacy is the most pivotal factor when designing which bathroom window will work best with your needs. 

Another consideration point is the amount of light you wish to allow into the bathroom. Balancing the first issue and the second is often challenging, and can lead to some headaches, which is why the following is designed to show you the best options for making your small bathroom feel cozier.


Replacement Bathroom Windows to Liven up Your Home.

When the time comes to replace your bathroom windows, let Milgard shed light on a solution. The Milgard Family of Products provide a multitude of styles, shapes, and grids, while also making windows in different materials to meet all your needs. Try a handle cranked casement window to provide a free release of moisture from those hot showers, or a top-of-the-line C650 Ultra Series Horizontal Slider, made in a variety of colors, like white, harmony, black bean, and bark, that allows the perfect amount of light in. 

These windows are not just aesthetically pleasing, they also come with obscure glass options to let the light in, and the eyes out. Windows made by Milgard also come with a limited lifetime warranty so you can rest assured that you are protected from unforeseen issues. 

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Ideas for Small Bathroom Window Design

Now that the selection of your windows is complete, the design aspect comes into play. Many people place simple curtains over the windows and stop for the day. This does not have to be the rule, but instead an outlier. 

Why make it so your small bathroom looks like every other bathroom on the block when you can use this space to be so much more. Use the sill as a shelf to hold candles for a bath or any other decorative items you wish to add. By adding a bay window, you will build even more shelf space and even a nice area to put your morning coffee when getting ready for work. 

If you feel artistic, why not paint the window frames, and use that as either an accent piece or even the focal point of the room. Placed obscure glass in the pane? Match the glass in the shower door with the window to create a more unified area. The opportunities to create a space aligned with your needs and creative prowess are limitless. 


Small Bathroom Window Curtains

Once you have chosen the windows that are right for your small bathroom, a good step to follow up with is choosing the curtains for your needs. Bathroom curtains for small windows can be trickier to choose than they seem. Some curtains may be too big and drag on the floor, and others could be way too short and look tacky. Some people even choose to make DIY bathroom curtains for their small windows, they can be made of mostly fiber materials and can bring a personal feeling to your room.

 If you do not feel like curtains are for you try a set of blinds for your small window. If used properly, blinds can be new and updated, or even old and classic, the choice is yours. Ultimately, the design of the curtains for your windows need to pair well with the rest of the room and the designs you have already made. If you need more small bathroom window ideas or designs, visit Milgard’s Inspiration Gallery.


In Conclusion

Small Bathrooms or even half bathrooms can often seem like an overlooked feature in a home, but it does not have to be the case. Windows now a days are made to provide the flexibility to do anything you want with your space, and the advanced use of curtains can upgrade these windows even more. 

Why make that room feel like the closet under the stairs, when it can feel like a palace worthy of kings? Make the right choice and upgrade the windows in your small bathroom today.

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