Farmhouse-inspired design is seamlessly the most comfortable and homely of all bathroom trends. There’s just something about the lovely colors, the lived-in look, and the unfussy materials that depict simpler times and give maximum comfort as a result. And, it’s not all about shiplap and quaint, weathered pieces (or dreamy ones, if the space leans in a shabby-chic way). In fact, bathrooms in the farmhouse style can be full of contemporary, industrial, or refined twists — though we’re entirely on board to adhere to the classics too. So, whether you’re living in the remote countryside, a tiny town, or in the center of a bustling city, these twenty-three farmhouse bathroom décor ideas will inspire you to pick up the trend.
The silver and brass hardware on this vanity contrasts beautifully with the deep red paint and the dark grey on the flooring in this bathroom. This decoration has a princely, graceful feeling, which makes you feel like the emperor of your home and day.
Coupled with beautiful marble floors, curated mirrors, and brilliant storage options, bathroom backsplashes can steer a room’s aesthetics. They give a strong dose of elegance and design even to a small bathroom.
Bathroom curtains are used for reasons of privacy, or at least that was their previous use. They, too, have become an ornament with time. They are used to add interest to the bathroom and make a statement as well. In fact, there are numerous designs and styles, some of which are rather amusing and unique. The curtain is used as an accent feature in this bathroom. In an almost all-white space, it looks awesome as the décor.
A chandelier’s glamor and sheer cheerfulness can transform a space, so why give the formal dining room all its fun? Each room in your home, even in the bathroom, is the right spot for a chandelier. A showstopper chandelier is a sure way to get your bath’s luxury factor up. Even the most lackluster of bath fixtures would be uplifted instantly by this caged piece. And a fabulous freestanding tub placed under it? Take us in.
Without a magnificent vanity unit, no bathroom is perfect. It helps you get prepared in the morning and start planning for a fun night out. Knowing its importance, we are introducing an enthralling idea of bathroom vanity. Here is a dark-toned one. Not only it keeps the area open, but it also provides lots of storage space.
Gingham walls help to create an illusion of size in wallpaper or painted design. Use large checks on the most visible wall of a large room – typically the wall facing you as you enter – or go all out and cover with checkers on every wall. Whichever patterns that you choose, keep everything within a similar palette to maintain the continuity.
You don’t need to over-size the plants you choose for your bathroom to create a big impact on your space. Small plants, coupled with gorgeous potted ones, fit perfectly on any countertop or wall. If you are limited in space or don’t have a ton of surface area, this is the proven method to try.
When a ladder can no longer be climbed safely, it used to be completely overlooked and exposed to the sun. These unused wooden gems were repurposed by resourceful homeowners in recent times into some fun home décor projects. A tried and tested way of adding rustic appeal to your home is by decorating with ladders. A worn-out vintage ladder is full of character and potential and can provide an endearing living-in vibe to your home.
How fantastic is this vanity? You will surely have an exquisite, imposing home design if you choose to decorate with marble. Marble will infuse a stylish vibe into the space, even just a little bit. The large vanity and the traditional wall-mounted taps make this bathroom extraordinary.
While many people find kind of intimidating using patterns in the home, it’s a great way to spice up your space. It can really elevate a room from ordinary to impressive. Patterns can be added in a variety of ways, from wallpaper to tiles to your interior scheme. Whichever patterns you pick to use in your bathroom, make sure that you add a few plain and supplementary colors to the mix to make the overall effect more fun.
One of your best go-to home decorating ideas that you can use over and over may be a simple, unique vase. It is perfect for table settings, but when they aren’t full of flowers, you can use your vases for other purposes. By using a bathroom vase, you can create beautiful and functional storage components. They make awesome side table arrangements or centerpieces for special events.
Built-in niches in the shower wall can be just as functional as they stand out. Niches can hold a wide array of items, from body washes to incense sticks for ambiance. To create an element of interest, add beautiful accessories, or perhaps a piece of sculpture to your walls to bring a good touch of artistry.
The more you think about this, the more significance it definitely makes. Bathrooms are usually not welcoming or very enjoyable, at least not in the same way that would be a living room or a bedroom. In this sense, however, the choice of installing a sliding barn door instead of a regular hinged door can make a dramatic impact.
In the interior design of your farmhouse bathroom, you can choose a white, modern side table to integrate the overall rustic feel of the space. This way, you can give the room a fresh look.
Subway tiles are absolutely adored for their timelessness, so keep things chic with a white repeating bond pattern. The tiled wall will lend itself to a variety of styles in this bathroom as trends come and go.
This bathroom features a set of two hanging shelves with matte black supports, capturing the essence of the overhead sink hardware and light fixture. This bathroom, equipped with a soft beige shiplap and a vanity of drawers, provides a relaxed, inviting vibe.
What is it about brass that makes it transform a space altogether? We can’t get over it, and we hope it’s a style of design that will remain for good! If you’re a brass fan, then consider installing lovely brass vanity and tapware in your bathroom. When it comes to your sink, it will make a huge difference!
Whether you have a spare room or work with a tight area, a bathroom wall can be the wonderful clean slate for a bit of flair. Just like this quintessential bathroom, you can keep things flashy and modern by adding a single, sophisticated print to the wall. No matter how much space you have, our favorite way to fill an empty wall in our bathroom is to hang up modern wall décor.
Framed quotes can be the rejuvenating touch you didn’t know you needed at your walls. The black frames enhance the look but are slight enough not to appear too dark.
Papering on one feature wall is a proven way of making a huge statement. An additional advantage of going for one accent wall in the bathroom is that you can target a wall furthest away from water. Plus, the tinier the space is, the less wallpaper you’ll need so that you can afford that sophisticated paper roll you’ve favored!
Patterned tile is a huge trend right now, especially cement tile, in which it appears to mix gorgeously with an equally patterned rug. This bathroom weather rug idea was put to the test by the homeowner of this traditional house, and together, the two patterns simply look terrific and create a lot of visual interest.
Nothing quite like an old wooden stool worn down to bring some personalities to almost any bathroom, even though the entire room isn’t exactly rustic at all.
Rustic wooden vanities are more adjustable than you think. This one here is great in a dark masculine setting, but on a white backdrop, the same one would look lovely.