There’s so much that goes into designing a beautiful, relaxing and functional master bathroom. Naturally, you’re going to think about the materials and colors that go into the space. You’ll also be thinking about the layout. Should the tub go here or there? Should we include a double vanity or will a single vanity suffice? And what about the toilet… Where are we going to put that!?!
These are all important considerations; that’s for sure. However, there’s one thing that people will often overlook when designing a beautiful master bathroom, and that’s the windows!
Of course, you want to have privacy in your master bathroom, which is why folks often fail to think about how to include windows. However, if windows are included into the design smartly, then your privacy can be ensured, all while allowing the bathroom space you create to literally bathe in natural light!
Master bathroom windows are important, and we’re going to show you why. On the list that follows, you’re going to see 24 beautiful ideas for master bathroom windows. By the end, we think you’ll understand why windows are an important part of your master bathroom design, as well as how you might be able to incorporate one or several into your own.
1. Squared Contemporary
The beautiful drop-in tub of this contemporary master bathroom is framed by tub-to-ceiling windows, which must certainly be relaxing to look out of while soaking.
2. More Privacy
The small windows in the corner above the tub in this master bathroom allow for a little natural light to enter the space while maintaining privacy.
3. White Square
The white, large square windows above the tub are the perfect complement to this master bathroom’s classic design.
4. Drawing the Eye
The one simple window at the end of this long master bathroom draws the eye into the space and accentuates its sound design.
5. In the Shower
Placing a window in the shower can make the space quite relaxing, and placing it high like this can ensure privacy.
6. Pressurized Glass
The bay window made of pressurized glass around the tub in this master bathroom allows for natural light to permeate the space.
7. Square Window
While some might worry that this square window would limit privacy, as long as there’s a plant outside, everything is okay!
8. Roman Shades
With big windows bathing this blue master bathroom in natural light, privacy is created thanks to beautiful Roman shades.
If your master bathroom’s placement in the home allows for it, a skylight can be the perfect thing to include.
10. Long and Thin
Check out how the long-and-thin floor-to-ceiling windows in this contemporary master bathroom perfectly accentuate the space’s design.
11. High Window
The high window above the massive walk-in shower in this master bathroom permits just the right amount of natural light to shine through.
12. Wood Frame
The deeply stained wood frame around the window above the tub in this master bathroom perfectly accentuates the Craftsman styling.
13. Beautiful Shades
Even the simplest master bathroom windows can be made luxurious with smartly style shades.
14. Wrought Iron
The wrought iron frame around the small window in this master bathroom really completes the Mediterranean styling.
15. Slated Blinds
The slated blinds add a sense of luxury to this master bathroom space and also provide privacy when it’s needed.
16. Above the Vanity
There’s something decidedly mid-century about the way the window is place high up above the vanity in this master bathroom.
The radius window at the edge of this master bathroom helps to break up the mostly square lines.
18. Floor to Ceiling
Given the privacy of this home’s land plot in general, the inclusion of a floor-to-ceiling window behind the tub is simply smart.
19. Almost Outside
With a big window at the end of this master bathroom and skylights overhead, one would feel almost as if they’re outside while in this space.
20. Squared Off
The squared off massive picture window above the tub in this master bathroom adds a tremendous amount of visual interest to the space.
21. Thing of Beauty
The plate-glass curved windows the form the bay in which you’ll find the tub in this master bathroom are simply gorgeous.
With a view like this, you want windows that are as big as possible, capable of providing unobstructed views.
23. To the Side
Instead of placing a large window right behind the tub, you can also place two smaller windows to either side. The effect is striking.
24. Making It Work
When windows are smartly placed within a master bathroom, the space can be wonderfully beautified, capture ample natural light, and gain a tremendous amount of visual appeal.