Contemporary BathroomContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

Inspiration for a contemporary bathroom in Melbourne with a drop-in sink, an open shower and an open shower. —  Houzz
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badlesmere wrote:17December,2015
  • bigreader
    4 years ago
    That window is pretty high. People wouldn't see much. If you had a frosted but openable window you could have both a view with window open and privacy when window is closed.

    I open our window, shower above bath, whilst showering. It's about shoulder high. I've only had to close it quickly once.
  • theamazingmisssharon
    4 years ago
    We have the exact same issue! I have installed dual blinds with a sheer that allows us to see out during the day and a block out that I can use at night.
Lottie Dog wrote:27January,2019
  • oklouise
    last year

    without any obvious divisions it may be an awning window, hinged from the top and swinging out and looks like it's about 500mm tall and 1500mm wide and installed so the the top of the window is about 2m off the floor and the bottom about 1.5m so an average adult can look out while still retaining privacy from the neck down

leehussey wrote:2April,2017
  • sunshinenaturebeach
    3 years ago

    Natural Timber Veneer 'Spotted Gum' by Briggs Veneer.

eleverkuehn wrote:7March,2015
  • theamazingmisssharon
    5 years ago
    Hi. We are installing one very similar to this. Ours is a custom build. Hope that helps!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

deidreannsmith
Deirdre Avenell added this to 10 Things to Think Over Before Your Bathroom Renovation9 February 2016

5. A window in the shower This is a great feature if done properly. Some things to consider include: choose a frosted-glass panel for privacy and preferably one that opens for fresh air. Next, ensure that there are stone jambs along the entire installation so that this area is watertight. Also, ensure that the sill gets sloped down and away for proper drainage. Lastly, I always specify a tilt-and-turn window in a shower, because the screen is located on the outside of the window; the handles are plastic, so they won’t rust; and the window provides full privacy even when tilted open.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

sara_sturtevant
Sara Sturtevant added this to Master Bathroom1 September 2020

This is cool. Except move the toilet and no brown flooring

terence_tseng
Terence Tseng added this to Tseng-Liu @ 901 LTB30 September 2019

no door shower. simple bathroom layout

webuser_934151097
Flora Luna added this to My ideas3 September 2019

half glass open shower for downstairs (of course smaller)

cynthia_house80
Cynthia House added this to Cynthia's ideas9 August 2019

window in a shower - A window in the shower This is a great feature if done properly. Some things to consider include: choose a frosted-glass panel for privacy and preferably one that opens for fresh air. Next, ensure that there are stone jambs along the entire installation so that this area is watertight. Also, ensure that the sill gets sloped down and away for proper drainage. Lastly, I always specify a tilt-and-turn window in a shower, because the screen is located on the outside of the window; the handles are plastic, so they won’t rust; and the window provides full privacy even when tilted open.

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