Have you always dreamed of a rustic bathroom? The look, named after a picturesque country style, involves the use of wood or stone for decoration and finishes. We love it for its practicality and minimalism. Take a look at these rustic bathroom ideas and give them a try for your own master bathroom!
Bold colors have always been a huge trend in bathrooms, but they’re also keeping the “rustic” theme going strong. All it takes is some well-placed walls and a great bench or vanity. And, if you want to add more rustic elements, be sure to include furniture and a rustic rug.
Rustic is the big and colorful trend going on these days. If you’re looking for a way to add a little color and liven up your bathroom, paint your walls a neutral color, add a big, rustic bench, and a simple wooden floor lamp will do the trick.
Rustic bathrooms usually have lots of storage for a reason, and if you want to get away from the bathroom’s rustic elements, you can always put a few things on the floor.
The shower bench is another great place to stash some things, and you can even store some extra towels and other things in a small laundry room. If you want to make your bathroom even more rustic, you can hang some of those rustic and oversized tiles that seem to be popping up everywhere these days.
Closets in bathrooms are another nice way to save space, and if you’re trying to save money on your bathroom renovation budget, why not knock out your current closet with some butcher-block wood and add some real rustic elements?
Bathroom wood shelves are another wonderful way to add some unique and rustic touches to your room, and you can also use them as useful storage space for things like towels, toiletries and make-up. You can never have too many shelves.
Even if you only have one, it’s still a great place to stash that extra towel or pair of socks. You could also fill shelves with lots of cute knick-knacks.
If you’re planning to add more cabinetry in your new bathroom, think about making a long, shallow shelf that will make the most out of the floor space. You can also try an old-fashioned wooden coat rack and add small racks for your make-up and other accessories.
Wall art is a great way to brighten up a bathroom. It’s one of those ideas that doesn’t take up too much space, can be easily adjusted, and you can change it up seasonally. You could hang some rustic barn wood or wooden panels above your sink for a more rustic look, or stick some different designs on the wall and call it a day.
To get that “country cottage” look, you could easily paint your bathtub a color that is a lot closer to what you envision for your bathroom. However, you’ll want to keep the shower curtain the same color as your bathroom walls. White or beige, or even a soft gray, will work beautifully here.
You’ll want to go with a darker color when you pick out your bathroom flooring because the lighter colors (like gray or beige) will get lost in the concrete. However, you can still create that classic rustic look in the bathroom without it.