To add some variation to the guest bath, the designers chose a chartreuse green tile color for the shower space and paint color for the sink room. For some warmth and age, barn board was used on the ceiling, and a local maker built the cart that serves as the vanity.
A pop of light turquoise coordinates so well with the chartreuse. Above the faucets are bypassing medicine cabinets that also have electrical in them, hiding toiletries and adding more storage.
Reclaimed wood is used to create a rustic double vanity in this mountain retreat. Creamy neutral countertops are paired with metallic mosaic tile backsplash. Cutouts in the vanity add chic storage for towels.
A wall-to-wall mirror reflects the natural light in this master bathroom, opening the space up and making it seem even larger! To contrast the crisp white walls, the designers brought in a dark, reclaimed wood vanity with his-and-her sinks and a caged chandelier in black. A round, metallic tub waits in the corner for when the owners need to relax before bed.
Kelly & Co. Design didn't miss a single detail when transforming a barn into a music/entertainment space, as evidenced by this rustic bathroom. The ceiling was contracted from reclaimed wood, and the walls were covered in a cream-colored material that gives the space a clean, industrial aesthetic. A double sink vanity with rustic wood cabinetry completes the look.
In the guest bathroom, a reclaimed wood wall creates a focal point in the space, giving it a warm glow. A floating sink and vanity bring a modern touch to the space, while bold artwork incorporates color into the design.
This entertainment barn's guest bathroom features a gorgeous wood vanity with a soft gray marble countertop, twin sinks and a place to store towels below. A reclaimed wood ceiling and tin storage containers give a rustic feel to the space.
This reclaimed wood bathroom in a oceanside home is inspired by driftwood washing up on the beach. The rustic-feeling space mixes multiple materials and textures in earth tones, creating a nuanced and calming space. High, white ceilings and a large window keep the space from looking too dark.
In this master bathroom, the double vanity is crafted from a warm oak that creates texture and depth similar to authentic reclaimed wood. The density and grain of the wood is more consistent than with vintage wood.
Reclaim wood, distress paint and a antique mirror are the perfect match for new chrome fixtures and marble counter tops. The mix off historical rustic elements blended with new in this powder room comes together with attractive results.
A sleek, floating concrete sink contrasts with the rugged reclaimed wood shelf below for an unexpected pairing. Brass sconces provide a polished detail to counterbalance rustic features, like the mirror rope and bottom shelf.
The walk-in glass shower features a wall of mosaic tile, neutral square tile flooring and a built-in bench. Contemporary pendant lights hang above the reclaimed wood double vanity, which is topped in a soft neutral countertop. Sink faucets are mounted on the mosaic tile backsplash.