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Master Bath door in basement

Post in 'DIY and General non-hearth advice' started by bjr23, Jul 27, 2010.

  1. bjr23

    bjr23 Member

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    I would like as much light as possible going between the rooms in the location the bath is in. It's a full basement and will be regular incadecent lights. I was wondering if using a full lite interior 36" door with the Reed pattern would be a option. I thought maybe of installing cloth curtains for the times that no light was wanted. This is a larger bath and I kinda wanted something different than the standard six panel core door. Am I going over the top on this? Any interior designer bath door people out there? bjr

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  2. Dix

    Dix Minister of Fire

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    I put a 15 panel glass door on the master bath, and currently have a lacey curtain on the inside. Bath & master don't get alot of traffic, so it works.

    I did purchase a stained glass "film" for the glass, haven't installed it yet. I got mine at the Home Boy Depot, but here's something similar

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    http://windowfilmworld.com/stained_glass_window_film.htm
  3. jebatty

    jebatty Minister of Fire

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    I made a door with full lite, frosted glass and an engraved Native American symbol in the glass. With lights on in the bathroom, only the faintest shadow of a body shows through the glass, unless the person is right up against the glass.

    For my wife and me, modesty is way over-rated. If our guests are that modest, they never should appear in public with a bathing suit or shorts, or they simply will have to "hold-it" and wait until they get home to use a bathroom. We decorate our house the way we like it, not for others.

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