While privacy is a major concern in the bathroom, blinds and shades that are able to withstand high levels of humidity are the best choice. Treatments made out of vinyl, PVC, faux wood, or thick fabric will be durable enough to stand up to the unique environment. These window treatments won't bend, warp, crack, or harvest mildew and are sure to withstand the test of time. Many bathroom shades can be configured with a top down/bottom up lift for the ultimate in flexible privacy. The slats on faux wood bathroom blinds and shutters can be tilted upwards to admit some light while still maintaining privacy.
customer reviews for bathroom
"Good blinds... GREAT customer service!"
By C5H8NNaO4 from Cincinnati Ohio
I got these blinds was able to install them. Fairly straight forward installation. On one of the first days unfortunately one of the lines that draws the blinds up and down broke. I called the company and spoke with Melissa Whitman. She promptly had a new set sent out and provided a shipping label to send the broken blinds back. This is the type of experience that could have gone either way, and blindsgalore really made it a point to give me the best experience they could. Bravo. Lastly, if you do get these blinds, I think it is important to set the limits yourself, I suspect the first ones broke because of the default limits that came initially. Food for thought.View this product
"Fun in the sun"
By vern from georgia
With new skylights we replaced our old manual shades with these motorized shades, along with the solar option. We love to show our guests how the remote control enables us to open and close the blinds. No more awkward pole while standing on a chair. So, "Fun in the Sun"View this product