Bathroom blinds must provide privacy and ventilation, and since bathrooms are humid, they must also be able to withstand high levels of humidity without damage, and withstand more frequent cleaning. This section has our recommendations for bathroom blinds. If the bathroom blinds will be located near a tub, shower or spa, you'll want a material that won't warp, crack or mildew. Faux wood blinds and shutters made from either durable vinyl or composite wood materials are perfect in this case - they don't absorb moisture and are easy to clean.
things to consider:
If you have wood blinds elsewhere in your home and wish to maintain a consistent look and feel throughout, there are many choices that will match the look and feel in a material that will work better for a bathroom blind. For help with matching, order some free swatches or call our customer service team at (877) 702-5463 for help. Either way, the odds are very good that you can find a blind that will work great and match the rest of your home.
If you prefer more ventilation and tend to keep windows open, bathroom blinds at normal or high level should be tilted upward for best privacy. If your bathroom blinds are on a low window, turn the slats downward.