Privacy, ventilation and a sense of airiness are all essential to a functional and beautiful bathroom. This is why being thoughtful and creative with your window replacement is necessary. Krier’s Construction, one of the top home builders in our area, provides some window design ideas to enhance your bathroom:
Using Transom Windows by Your Vanity – Transom windows are versatile and appealing. Framing your vanity with transom windows can help make your bathroom feel larger and more open. In addition, transoms will lend your space more interest and handily brighten the area with natural light.
Corner Window Next to a Mirror – A corner fixture is an excellent choice for small bathrooms. Strategically place a large mirror, and the reflection of the window expands the look and feel of the space. As an expert in replacement windows, we can replace your current corner windows with new ones if your corner windows are old and damaged. We use only the best products in the market.
Portholes High on the Wall – Circular windows are pleasing to the eye, particularly if your home design is dominated by rectangles and squares. It’s a good solution for smaller bathrooms that lack enough wall space for large windows. No matter how big the porthole window is, it would be enough to suffuse your bathroom with daylight. Place it high above the bathtub or shower for privacy, yet low enough to let you catch a glimpse of the blue sky during the day or the starry night during the evening.
These window design ideas can improve your bathroom’s appearance and function, making it feel more relaxing to spend time there. You can rely on us for all of your bathroom remodeling projects because of our decades of experience. We make sure every customer feels comfortable working with us by treating them with the respect and courtesy they deserve. We serve many areas in Wisconsin, including Appleton, Fond du Lac and Neenah. Call Krier’s Construction now at (920) 233-3633 to learn more about our services and products. You can also request a free estimate.