Washroom Window Placement
In this particular master ensuite, the placement of windows was the key element of the design.
I've listed out the elements that make the window placement of this design so unique and attractive.
The mosaic tile feature wall with 2 large clerestory windows (positioned at the top of the wall) allow natural light to fill this master ensuite while still allowing for mirrors to be placed above each sink.
These windows provide a view to the outside, the gorgeous tree tops and blue sky.
The shower positioned at the far wall is another central element is the positioning of this window. As we enter the room we have a view to the exterior, right through the shower.
Again, the window is positioned higher up on the wall so that using the shower is still private with the added advantage of showering with a view.
Both are good examples of how to position windows in a creative way that added functionality, natural light and an enhanced (daily) user experience.
Written by: Bruce Borden, Walden Homes
In many homes in Toronto, we often work within a standard 5' wide x 7' to 8' long bathroom.
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