Warm woods, and softer, natural tones are just a few of the elements that will give your bathroom that rustic feeling. Of course, there are other strategies you can use to create a charming, less sleek bathroom look as well. A topic you can read more on in my post below.
There are several options to consider for the walls of your rustic bathroom. One is a solid colour such as white or grey, which will pair well with the more natural elements such as wood and stone, yet still look stylish and have a modern edge.
Alternatively, you may want to pack as much rustic charm into the walls as possible. Of course, in this case, cladding them with aged wood is the way to go. Something you can go to sites like Pinterest to get some inspiration on.
Once, you have made a decision on the walls you will use, it’s time to sort the floor. Of course, the obvious choice is to use wood again here. Except, wooden floors in a room that gets wet a lot isn’t always the most practical option. Happily, there is a solution to this problem, and it’s to find tiles that come with a timber look. Something that can help you get that rustic feel, but
Stone is another option for the floor in a rustic style bathroom that can work well, and you can get a variety of tiles in slate, granite or marble to suit your needs. You can also get tiles that look like these
You may even want to install underfloor heating with this type of flooring. After all, just because your bathroom looks as simple as possible, doesn’t mean it can’t have all the modern conveniences that make it comfortable.
Fixtures and fittings
You can have a lot of fun with the fixtures and fittings in a rustic style bathroom. Although it does depend on how far you want to go with the look. For example, you may wish to install stone countertops or sinks, or even both!
Alternatively, you can use a more traditional style sink and have a countertop custom made from wood which retains the outside, bark edge of the tree. Something that can provide an excellent focal point for your bathroom and ensure that it’s bursting with rustic character.
Lastly, when creating a rustic style bathroom, with more than a little charm, you will want to pay close attention to the final decorative touches you use. In fact, simplicity is the keyword here, and that means simple pillar candles are a great way to add some light, and texture without overwhelming the space.
Additionally, choosing the right mirror can have a considerable effect on successful your end result is. To that end, picking one that has a more rustic style frame, perhaps with wood, stone, or even one in aged and worn metal would be the perfect, charming choice for such a space.