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Is there a type of glass I can use in my shower where I can see out but no one can see in? I want a window wall or doors that open out.

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 18, 2012 01:01 AM
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I am remodeling the mater bath and using space from the adjoining laundry room to have a 6' x6' steam (hopefully) shower. I want a feeling of the outdoors and having shoulder height windows (so that no one can see you below that) just isn't enough view. And I may want to have this open out onto a small deck outside. While this new shower wall will face a "fairly" secluded part of the back yard, our neighbors might have a clear view if they came over in that part of their yard. Just trying to have a truly enjoyable shower experience.




 

 

I am remodeling the mater bath and using space from the adjoining laundry room to have a 6' x6' steam (hopefully) shower. I want a feeling of the outdoors and having shoulder height windows (so that no one can see you below that) just isn't enough view. And I may want to have this open out onto a small deck outside. While this new shower wall will face a "fairly" secluded part of the back yard, our neighbors might have a clear view if they came over in that part of their yard. Just trying to have a truly enjoyable shower experience.

Great question!

I have been working on the same question for my own master bath. (But you know architect's houses are like the shoe maker's children...so I have not done it...



 

 

 
 
 

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