As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the couple renovating this log cabin in Minturn, Colorado was interested in bringing both rustic and modern designs together to make the home of their dreams. The clean, white tile, grey stone vanity and grey patterned and mosaic tile, the modern style is greatly represented. To incorporate the rustic design, Trista used natural wood in places like the exposed beams in the ceiling and natural wood baseboards.
To add texture, color and contrast, the walls of this bathroom were clad with reclaimed barn siding featuring different shades of gray, brown and white. In order to attach the siding, each plank was cut to size with a circular saw, lightly sanded to help smooth the surface, then installed to the wall with a nail gun.
To tie this simple bathroom in with the rest of the home's barn-inspired look, designers created a reclaimed wood accent wall behind the vanity. The striped linen shade picks up on the rustic colors and textures.
This powder room features natural stone elements like the linear stone wall, floating wood counter top and a hand carved onyx vessel sink. The mirror follows the horizontal nature of the linear stone wall.
To save space, install a sliding barn door. Although McNeal Walker Interiors had to purchase the sliding door system, the door was a freebie, found on the side of the road in Atlanta and repurposed for a rustic, space-saving entry to this guest bathroom.
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.
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.
Deep, moody green interiors are taking the design world by storm, and bathrooms are no exception. Consider a hue like hunter, olive, forest, jade or emerald for the walls, and balance its intensity with a light, natural wood vanity and jute accents. Matte black fixtures and ceramics complete this look. The trendy palette works well with rustic, modern farmhouse and Southwestern design styles.
This spacious master bedroom bathroom features a drop-in bathtub positioned immediately in front of a floor-to-ceiling gray stone fireplace. Large windows provide a mountain view, while a glass door allows for outdoor patio access. Light gray tiles cover the floor and perimeter of the bathtub.
This neutral bathroom features a vanity crafted from mesquite wood with a beautiful waxed finish and simple bronze cast sink. Mosaic brown and tan wall tiles include a few colorful turquoise tiles, while two caged pendant lights hang on either side of a circular mirror, giving the space an industrial touch.