It is your sanctuary- for such a small (or not-so-small) space, the bathroom is one of the most private places in the home, and the most utilized. Spa-like, and also known as the “rest room”, it should be open, clean, and welcoming. Common looks for the bathroom are contemporary, natural, luxurious and traditional.
Smaller spaces can be overlooked, so it’s easy to forget about little details like window treatments in the bathroom. That is, until you realize your neighbors can see everything. It’s no secret that the primary purpose of window treatments is for privacy. But here are some inspiring bathrooms that are stylish too:
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Adagio 60 – 243 West 60th Street – New York, NY
About the Building:
The Adagio Building has a prime location near the Lincoln Center in the Upper West Side. Its lobby was created by renowned designer, Andres Escobar, and the building boasts a 40 ft indoor swimming pool, an outdoor English garden, fitness and business centers along with its spacious loft style luxury apartments.
This 3 bedroom unit like many in the Adagio has 12 foot high ceilings and a cozy fireplace in the living room. It also has its own private terrace with window door entrances from the master bedroom and living room.
Pinch Pleat Curtains with custom fabric were used on an electric curtain track for the large living room windows. A multichannel radio frequency 2 track motorization system by BTX was chosen.
Similar pinch pleat curtains were applied in the bedrooms using a simple manual track with tiebacks. The home office also incorporated a manual Pinch Pleat Curtain track with tiebacks in a darker red toned fabric to match the room’s walls and decor.
A similar pattern was used for the shower curtain in the bathroom, but a simple clutch operated white privacy roller shade was the choice for the window here.
Staying consistent with the other rooms, the master bedroom also uses pinch pleat curtains with a white fabric this time to match the softer bedroom decor.
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