Most usually the owners of individual houses have windows in a bathroom, however, it happens (especially not in Lithuania) that there’re apartments with small windows in this premise. If you had the opportunity to choose, would you resist the window or you put the whole efforts so that this window appeared?
It’s weird for me but I know one person who don’t understand the advantages of the window in a bathroom. I think that they’re much greater than minuses.
p.s. the window isn’t so obviously visible in all photos, however, when you glance at the mirror or the beaming light, there’s no doubt that there’s the window in this room.
A natural daylight is much better than any artificial illumination. In a room that’s enlightened naturally you’ll not only feel better but also the result of the make-up will be “righter.” After all, the colours change with artificial lighting.
Am I right telling that you wouldn’t like to have a guestroom or a kitchen without windows? Someone is trying to convince me that you can ideally enlighten a bathroom and you’ll not really need this window. Well yes, and try to do it with artificial lighting in all rooms. Is it cosy? I don’t think so. Will you feel good? Won’t there be any feeling that you’re imprisoned?
If a window is big enough there’s an additional means of safety if extra case happens. Of course, it can become an entrance of people who want your property.
A window takes away a very necessary space on the wall in small bathroom but who told that a window must be in the most useful space? A narrow window under the ceiling is enough and lighting already looks completely different!
Look at the financial side. If you have a window you’ll use much less electricity. Even if your bathroom is tiled in black, you’ll not need to turn on the light when you enter the room (of course, if it’s light outside).
If you don’t have a conditioning system you’ll ventilate your wet premises much quicker.
What about windows covering?
That’s the business of taste for everyone. Some like the glued mat slip, for others roller blinds or romanette with a water-proof fabric bring more cosiness and the third ones want blinds.
I've uploaded some extra photos with artificial lighting only. Do you feel the difference? The bathrooms look really great but there is some artificial feeling. Do you agree?