Celebrate Reclaimed Wood
Interior designers marry polished marble counters with reclaimed barn wood cabinets and mixed metal hardware in this farmhouse bathroom. The same weathered wood continues throughout the design via a vintage ladder that’s been upcycled as a towel rack. Follow her lead with a reclaimed wood cabinet outfitted with contemporary brass, nickel or black hardware and a streamlined stone counter.
Add Historic Touches
Give your washroom classic farmhouse charm with upcycled furnishings. An antique buffet table into a perfectly imperfect vanity table in this cozy powder room. Sage shiplap walls complement the weathered wood table, and a custom wood ladder provides storage for towels behind the commode.
Make It Modern With Matte Black
Take cues from this dreamy spa bathroom and give your farmhouse modern appeal with matte black hardware. Honed stone floors, natural woven shades and blonde wood touches throughout warm the stark black details and create a curated, modern farmhouse design.
Put It in Neutral
Make your bathroom a cozy escape by skipping bright-white and sticking to more neutral color palettes, instead. Incorporate taupe, greige or beige tones to maintain visual freshness and cultivate warmth within the space. Play with amber glass bottles, brass hardware and gilt light fixtures to add hominess and comfort to your otherwise neutral design.
Don't be afraid to mix modern and industrial finishes in your farmhouse bathroom. Outfir your farmhouse bathroom with an expansive butcher-block vanity shelf inlaid with two trough-style sinks. Exposed matte-black hardware freshens the rustic wood shelf and grants the space a more updated farmhouse look.
Strike a Balance
Mix your antique vanity cabinet with polished natural stones to strike a balance between rustic and refined in your farmhouse bathroom. Designers like to juxtapose the glossy marble counters with a distressed, whitewashed vanity for a space that appears both updated and rich with historic charm.
Take a Minimalist Approach
Homeowners enjoy a fresh start and relaxing end of each day in this pared-back farmhouse bathroom. Vertical shiplap lines the walls, enhancing the height of the room. A freestanding soaking tub with oil-rubbed hardware is nestled against the window while a classic farmhouse trough sink mounts to the opposite wall. Install a reclaimed wood ledge above the double sink to store an antique mirror, a charming clock, a few foraged floral arrangements and hooks for fluffy white hand towels.
Rock a Barn Door
What's a farmhouse without at least one beautiful barn door, right? A sliding reclaimed wood barn door separates this texture-rich main bathroom from the adjoining bedroom. The weathered wood element continues throughout the bathroom by way of a custom vanity cabinet unit and the ceiling beams overhead. Taupe grasscloth wallpaper lines the walls while a frameless vanity mirror reflects a stacked stone fireplace across the room.