Windows Designed For Privacy
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This was a ground floor bathroom facing
a neighbor's house about 30 feet away.
This was a south facing window
with lots of sunlight year round.
This client had an open stairway with a double hung
sash window that looked out at their neighbor's
house about 30 feet away. They tried a roll down
shade and curtains but had to keep raising and
lowering or closing and opening them all the time.
This window allows the owners to come and go
without worrying what they may or not be wearing.
You can't see it in the left photo but the window was
designed to match their wallpaper.
This is a ground floor window directly over a bathtub. The window is slightly visible from the
street and close to the neighbor's house. The owners were using a drop down shade for
privacy.  They wanted something modern and elegant that provided privacy without curtains
or shades. The window is 51 inches square and was built in three sections then soldered
together between two strips of reinforced zinc came. We built a special temporary frame for
the final cleaning and inspection then used the same frame to transport the window for its
This transom and 2
sidelights solved a privacy
problem. The main entry
door to this house was
facing directly down a
neighborhood street.
Before                                               After
This privacy window was
created to fill a previous window
opening in a bathroom. The
window is in a new shower stall
where, previously, a regular
window was over a sink. This is
the only natural light opening in
a bathroom in the middle of the