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Try bottom upA roller blind that’s fitted at the bottom of the window rather than the top can provide the effect of a café curtain in blind form. This ensures privacy on the lower half of the window and a view out over the top. It also lets in plenty of light for applying make-up, shaving and so on.Choose a colour that blends seamlessly with the window and wall, and, as here, this type of treatment can have an almost-not-there-at-all feel. Search bathroom roller blinds for waterproof versions.
In the bathroomOnce sealed and sanded properly, plywood can be left bare on cabinets and shelves of bathrooms, too. The panel can be laser-cut to make perforations; see how this perforated cupboard door can double as a peg board.Tip: Make sure you use an MR (moisture-resistant) grade of plywood for this purpose.
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Try ply Plywood kitchens have been on the style radar for a while, and now the material has made its way into the bathroom. These pared-back cabinets are made of pre-lacquered birch ply. Simple finger holes in the vanity unit mean there’s no need for handles, in keeping with the streamlined aesthetic. They’re echoed by the decorative holes in the wall panels, which conceal an airing cupboard.