Have you got fond memories of your family log cabin growing up? Or do you adore the simple country-esque feel of exposed wood in its natural condition? If you are drawn to the appeal of rustic home design, the toilet is the perfect place to start. Whether you want to completely overhaul your toilet into a woodsy escape or simply blend in a few components here and there, then the rustic look will add a stylish, unrefined border reminiscent of a cabin in the woods. Not sure where to start? Take a peek at the following pictures to inspire you to add elements of the outdoors to make your bathroom a personal cabin escape.
Debbie Evans Interior Design
Here the toilet walls are outfitted with bare wooden logs, and the dressing table is designed with tree bark and wood. Even the natural wood door paneling greets you into this rustic retreat.
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning – Truckee, CA
Using its reclaimed wood paneled walls and irregularly cut sink counter tops, this bath pays homage to the au naturale.
Melaragno Design Company, LLC
Use a dark wood, such as this flashed yellow completed with an ebony stain, to get a look as striking as it’s rustic. Finish the look with a simplistic wooden sink.
Rustic and contemporary can blend perfectly by producing accent walls in pristine wood. The balance here provides you the very best of the two worlds.
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
When it’s not possible to redo your bathroom walls, consider distressing your present cabinetry, or replacing your dressing table with one completed in raw wood. The interesting texture featured in the wood is enough to keep the rest of the toilet design minimal and simple in design.
Hunt around at flea markets or antique markets to get an aged vanity which may already be inherently distressed and choose your walls and flooring accordingly with textured designs to get a cohesive look.
This dressing table takes a different way of polishing by making use of a stone slab. Find one in its normal condition and like the one featured, its textural appeal is going to have you and your guests take pause to respect the natural components.
Get your sink into the mixture by using an obsolete, rusted basin. Even if the rest of the toilet is clean and contemporary, this unique sink will satisfy your rustic craving.
Among the simplest methods to quickly incorporate pastoral hints into your toilet is via accessories. A mirror framed with unfinished wood is going to do the trick.
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
Based upon the construction of your roofing, you could be able to control your beams to get a rustic touch. The cracks in these beams are a great all-natural complement to the contemporary appeal of the toilet.
Or, think about leaving a ray completely exposed to get an unexpected rustic element. No beams in your architecture? Have one custom made and installed into your inside.
Grab the rustic vibe with a shower encased in wooden beams and choose an imperfectly textured rock slab floor to increase the result. It is the perfect rustic cell; one which thankfully lets you go and come as you please.
More Rustic Inspiration:
Guest Groups: Uncle Beefy’s Eclectic Woodland Retreat
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