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10 Cozy Farmhouse Bathroom Ideas

TIME:2020-12-24

Wrap in Shiplap

When indoubt, add shiplap. This fresh farmhouse bathroom boasts a beautiful shiplapfocal wall to bring depth and interest to the double vanity. Shiplap continuesfrom the vanity and wraps around the shower stall base for a cohesive,well-rounded design.

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CelebrateReclaimed Wood

Interiordesigner Denise LaVey marries polished marble counters with reclaimed barn woodcabinets and mixed metal hardware in this farmhouse bathroom. The sameweathered wood continues throughout the design via a vintage ladder that’s beenupcycled as a towel rack. Follow her lead with a reclaimed wood cabinetoutfitted with contemporary brass, nickel or black hardware and a streamlinedstone counter.

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Use Warm +Welcoming Tones

Whiteshiplap wainscoting joins forces with gray-blue upper walls to wrap this powderroom in welcoming country charm. The blue paint has a warm undertone that, whenpaired with the gilt mirror above the sink, casts a distinct coziness acrossthe room. Incorporate similar warm-tone blue, green or gray hues in yourfarmhouse bathroom to achieve the same inviting results.

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Find Fail-Proof Color Combos

Black,white and brass make for a failproof color palette in farmhouse bath and powderrooms of every size. Here, designer Cortney Bishop uses snowy shiplap walls andbaseboards to create an energizing backdrop for a black-and-white trough sink.Three nickel faucets line the trough basin and add industrial flair andpractical function to the design. Above, three modern brass sconces illuminatethe space while bright stenciled tiles pack pattern underfoot.

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Make It Rustic + Refined

Thisenviable main bathroom by Marie Flanigan is rustic-yet-refined with airy almondshiplap walls, oil-rubbed bronze hardware and breezy linen cafe curtains. Thechocolate-stained wood vanity was custom made from a vintage dresser and toppedwith movement-rich marble counters. Black-and-white, hexagon marble tilescontinue the farmhouse charm on the floors and play well with the bronzefixtures featured throughout

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AddHistoric Touches

Give yourwashroom classic farmhouse charm with upcycled furnishings. The team at JennieSue Design Co. upcycled an antique buffet table into a perfectly imperfectvanity table in this cozy powder room. Sage shiplap walls complement theweathered wood table, and a custom wood ladder provides storage for towelsbehind the commode.

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Make It Modern With Matte Black

Take cuesfrom this dreamy spa bathroom by The Lifestyle Co. and give your farmhousemodern appeal with matte black hardware. Honed stone floors, natural wovenshades and blonde wood touches throughout warm the stark black details andcreate a curated, modern farmhouse design.

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Saturate the Space

Saturateyour farmhouse bathroom with deep earth tones like this forest green design byKate Marker Interiors. Rich hues will create a fresh contrast against whiteporcelain fixtures and floor tiles while enhancing any weathered wood or rusticstone details. Green not your thing? Coat your shiplap walls with midnightblue, deep amber or burgundy for the same striking effect.

 

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Put It in Neutral

Make yourbathroom a cozy escape by skipping bright-white and sticking to more neutralcolor palettes, instead. Take notes from designer Melanie Milner andincorporate taupe, greige or beige tones to maintain visual freshness andcultivate warmth within the space. Play with amber glass bottles, brasshardware and gilt light fixtures to add hominess and comfort to your otherwiseneutral design.

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Be Industrious

Don't beafraid to mix modern and industrial finishes in your farmhouse bathroom.Designer Brian Patrick Flynn outfits this farmhouse bathroom with an expansivebutcher-block vanity shelf inlaid with two trough-style sinks. Exposedmatte-black hardware freshens the rustic wood shelf and grants the space a moreupdated farmhouse look.

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