Bathroom windows present some interesting design challenges. On the one hand, letting in sunlight and opening on the outside makes a room brighter, friendlier and more cheerful. On the other hand, maintaining privacy is a major concern in the bathroom design. Find a balance, rent in sunlight while blocking for sight.
If you want to compromise without compromising privacy, install a buggy window in your shower room. Build a small, round bathroom windows slightly above eye level to give bathing a glimpse of the sky while enjoying their shower. Expand on the idea with a series of bunks, bath showers in beams of natural light. Install clear glass on the stand and the light from the bunks will help to illuminate the entire bathroom. Alternately install the coo over the sink as an unconventional alternative to the standard bathroom mirror. Install a mirror elsewhere in the bathroom, such as on the door or a wall.
Your bathroom can have large windows giving plenty of light without compromising on privacy. Install a variety of bathroom windows with light curtains to light through while blocking direct views. Use standard curtains draped from the top of the window to block that view completely or start curtains 1/3 of the way down the window to allow a glimpse of outside. If you wish, install another layer of heavier curtains to allow users to completely close the bathroom from the outside.