What could be a very basic bathroom gets a wonderfully warm look from a rustic dresser-turned-vanity and a soaking tub nestled into the corner under windows. A small wire shelf neatly organizes toiletries.
This lovely but rustic bathroom, featured on the HGTV seriesRun My Makeover, presents an old-world sensibility with its beadboard vanity cabinet, frosted glass panes and the shape and style of the vanity mirror. The light taupe and cream color scheme helps reinforce the bathroom's soft and relaxing feel.
This charming home is set up in a refurbished blacksmith shop and incorporates many of the space's original details. Here, one of the window frames is repurposed as a bathroom mirror; the vanity was built from the shop's bench.
Textured brown walls, a natural wood vanity countertop and a brown vessel sink create a harmonious blend of rustic style. A pair of decorative, beaded hand towels add a feminine touch to this otherwise masculine space.
This lively bathroom features black hexagon wall tiles paired with bright blue and white floor tiles that have been arranged into a geometric pattern. A wooden vanity adds a rustic vibe, while brass fixtures provide a finishing touch. A painting of a man with a pipe hangs on the wall.
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.
Use live-edge wood slabs for a rustic countertop, like in this intown Atlanta bathroom designed by Karen Hott Interiors. You can find live-edge countertops for bathroom vanities for $200-$300 via online artisan marketplaces. You also can salvage wood from fallen trees and work with a craftsman to get the finish you want, depending on your budget.