What do you have in bathroom window curtain blind net etc

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Hi Henrietta. Roman blinds are blinds that are kind of horizontal pleats when they are pulled up. Just "Google" Roman blinds, and you should come up with some kind of picture. But, like bowling bun says....if you like curtains then have curtains!! It's your choice. Over the last fifty plus years I've had different kinds of you window dressings for all my windows. My first home as a newly wed had these huge 'picture' windows and I had plain nets at my lounge, and front bedroom windows. The windows were about six feet wide and I had three widths in each curtain. That's eighteen feet (by about three feet drop) to wash and iron every six weeks or so!!!! What a chore and it took me ages to rehang the things!! But I did love them. I also had Venetian blinds at my kitchen window. Again a very large six foot wide expanse of glass. (,modern 60's house on new estate) . whilst they looked nice they were murder to clean and I said never again!!! Anyway Henrietta hope we have all helped in some way for you to make up your mind. Might be a good idea to Google "ideas for bathroom window dressings" and see if anything comes up which takes your fancy. Good luck!! Another idea is to look at houses for sale online and see what kind of bathrooms other people have!! Joan x
Ha great thread. I am wondering how to dress the bathroom window. Just nets atm, flowery curtains sound good. I love flowery curtains!

Can you have wooden curtain poles in a bathroom???
I once booked us into an "interesting" hotel in Perth, Western Australia. Our first trip to the city, so I chose Her Majesty's Hotel, next to Her Majesty's Theatre. Obviously been very posh, but in those days, way past it's best (now totally refurbished). Our room was very cheap, had about 5 beds in it. Every night we pushed 2 together (newly married). The bathroom overlooked Hay Street, the main street, but there were no window treatments whatsoever. So either I showered in the dark, or gave the whole of Perth a strip show!! The dining room ceiling plaster obviously fell off regularly, the lift only had 3 sides, and someone tried to break into our car whilst in their car park. We didn't stay there again! Happy days. ANY window treatment is better than none!!!
this is weird!!!

I have frosted glass and venetian blinds - they get a bit dusty but hey, dusting is therapy, no need to think . Sx

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SANDRA_18081 wrote:
Tue Oct 30, 2018 9:49 pm
this is weird!!!

but hey, dusting is therapy,
There's enough here to leave you ecstatic if you live anywhere nearby!

An immaculate house is a sign of a wasted life. I read that somewhere once and see no reason to disagree. :)
Ayjay wrote:
Wed Oct 31, 2018 10:36 am

An immaculate house is a sign of a wasted life.
I certainly haven't wasted my life, then, Ayjay!

Melly1
Nor me!!!
Ayjay wrote:
Wed Oct 31, 2018 10:36 am
SANDRA_18081 wrote:
Tue Oct 30, 2018 9:49 pm
this is weird!!!

but hey, dusting is therapy,
There's enough here to leave you ecstatic if you live anywhere nearby!

An immaculate house is a sign of a wasted life. I read that somewhere once and see no reason to disagree. :)
It was Quentin Crisp (The Naked Civil Servant) who said

"There is no need to do any housework at all. After the first four years the dirt doesn't get any worse."
We have frosted glass and pull down matt silver roller blinds in both the bathroom and loo.
That sounds lovely Penny. X