Obscure glass ideas, typically in the form of rolled or etched designs, go well beyond the privacy windows of yesteryear. In modern bathrooms, various glass elements throughout bounce light and can offer low to high translucency levels. Translucent surfaces and surroundings make a space seem less confined or more spacious than opaque or solid ones, producing shadows or silhouettes for a what’s-on-the-other-side effect.
Bold Bathroom Door
For a main bathroom, users may consider an obscure-glass door inappropriate or a bit unnerving, but for a master ensuite, it can be an alluring feature. Rather than the typical hinged door, go with a more modern sliding-door system on overhead tracks or rails. Unlike the pocket door, which disappears inside the wall, a track on the bedroom side of the space keeps a good-looking door visible from this side whether it’s open or closed. Plain or vaguely patterned obscure glass is fine for