Rustic Bathroom Decor

Rustic Bathroom Decor

Our rustic bathroom decor offers many selections of wildlife, nature, moose, bear and fish bath accessories with matching wallpaper borders. Here you will find rustic wildlife towel bars, robe hooks, towel rings and toilet tissue holders as well as rustic shower curtains and hooks featuring bear, elk, moose, fish, pine cone and other nature designs. Our cabin and lodge bathroom accessories also include rustic cabinet hardware, drawer pulls and knobs, rustic cabin towel sets, hand carved wood toilet seats with bear, moose, elk and fish designs, rustic switch plates, outlet covers and rustic cabinet hardware. To complete your rustic decorating, The Cabin Shop offers rustic vanity lights and lodge style night lights.
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Rustic Bathroom Decor

Before you begin your bathroom project, you’ll first want to decide on the scope of your rustic bathroom decor theme. How much or how little rustic decor you implement in your bathroom design may be driven by the size of the bathroom space. Smaller bathrooms generally need less decor to carry a theme — a few strategically placed items can unite the design simply and effectively. For larger spaces, the decor may incorporate more elements, or even constitute a full takeover of the space, with everything from wallpaper to bath linens displaying a rustic touch.
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Rustic Bathroom Decor

Once you’ve decided how many elements of your bathroom decor you want to feature in your rustic theme, it’s time to start exploring your decor options. Rustic themed elements are available for just about any facet of bathroom design, so you should have no shortage of items to browse. A good place to start is often with the bath linens, shower curtain and window coverings in the space. In a rustic design, these may feature earth-toned colors like browns and greens, patterns with designs that incorporate flora and fauna, or country-style patterns like gingham and plaid. Shower curtains may even feature nature scenes displaying fish or animals, for a look that feels directly connected to nature.
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If you want to add just a touch of rustic charm into your bathroom, this rustic bathroom decor is perfect for dressing up your dull bathroom. It will add additional easily accessible storage as well. Recycled and weathered pallet or crate wood can be used to build this charming little shelf which is perfect for storing toiletries or towels. To give the wood more character, stain that accents your existing decor can be applied to the wood and sanded around the edges and distressed. The stain will pick up color based on the unique character of each wood plank.
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Simple, white bathrooms beg for rustic elements. This rough piece of weathered lumber acts as a box cornice for white lace curtains. This rustic bathroom idea uses rustic elements such as antique wood frames and boxes and combines Victorian elements such as the claw foot tub, lace, and candle holders. Traditional subway tile and rich wood floors and crown moldings work well in this tiny bathroom. The wood accents and variety of textures in this room are the elements that keep this design from being boring and make this bathroom inviting.
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Whether you’re decorating a house in the country or just want to create the lived-in, homey feel of rustic décor, achieving that look is all about texture. Reclaimed wood, galvanized metal, rough stone and cast iron are all part of rustic bathroom decor ideas. These natural, less polished materials provide a sense of one-of-a-kind craftsmanship and will give any room an immediate sense of character. This is especially true in a bathroom, where you can make a big impact with just a few subtle elements.
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An easy way to update almost any room in your house is to update your lighting fixtures. If you are intending to include rustic bathroom decor in your home, this case is very true. These Mason jar vanity lights are the perfect way to bring a little bit of rustic decor into your bathroom without committing to a full remodel. For this lighting, planks are cut to the desired width and stained. Holes are drilled for wiring and plumbing fixtures cover the hole. Chains are fed through the plumbing pipe to support the weight of the mason jars, then wiring and Mason jars with lights are added.
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If you’re thinking of a bathroom overhaul and your personal style leans toward laid-back country comforts, you might want to peruse rustic bathroom decor ideas. Focusing on natural materials in an effort to “bring the outdoors in” to any space, rustic design and decor is popular for its warm, welcoming feel.
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Rustic bathroom decor is particularly common in areas where the outdoors are, well, just a step outside. But whether that step is into burgeoning wilderness or onto a city stoop for you, rustic bathroom decor can be a soothing and distinctive style flourish to add to any home.
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Rustic bathroom decor can add a lot of interest in small bathrooms. This towel holder manages to keep things simple and stand out on the white, textured wall. Two different sizes of wood planks are attached to one another and a simple antique iron door handle is added to make a unique towel holder with character. This simple towel holder is proof that when it comes to rustic design, simple designs used in unusual ways can make a huge impact. If your bathroom is small or a major remodel is not in the budget, small ideas like this will make a big difference in small spaces.
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Accessories in a rustic bathroom design are another way to extend the decor theme. Unfinished natural wood is a great choice for toiletry and bathroom supply storage bins, furniture or cabinets. Soap dishes and dispensers are available in natural or faux wood, real or synthetic stone, or hand-distressed metals like bronze and copper, which can also pair well with a rustic theme.
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You do not have to go to extremes to make the most of your rustic bathroom design. This design keeps it simple with a rich and rustic honey colored sliding barn door and white walls and accents. The hardware on the door combined with the colors of the leather chair, wood in the vase, and exposed wood beams make these rustic features stand out in a very modern home design. This design keeps it simple and makes a big statement with subtle accents and follows the examples found in nature. These natural elements are what make this room work so well.
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Because it can be unusual to see anything but gleaming tile in a bathroom, adding a single shelf made of barn wood or an antique orchard ladder used as towel rack makes it an immediate focal piece. Don’t be afraid to bring in rustic flair with bigger design elements as well; decorative beams, a reclaimed wood accent wall, or heavy wrought-iron hardware can turn your bath into a mountain getaway or historic cottage. Just be sure to consider your bathroom’s lighting. Natural materials, with their rougher textures, don’t bounce as much light as polished surfaces like tile, and this can make a room seem dark, especially if it’s not very big. Keep things light and bright by using a light whitewash on reclaimed wood and scaling up your vanity mirror to reflect more light. Check out these gorgeous rustic bathroom design ideas to get started!
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This bright and fresh bathroom is one of many bathroom design ideas that help you to incorporate rustic bathroom decor while keeping the colors fresh and bright. A wood table is repurposed into the base of a sink and keeps the feel of the room very open and inviting. Horizontal wood paneled walls are painted a light, powdery blue for a fresh look and feel. Dark wood tones and oiled bronze or black glossy fixtures pop in this design, while the white trim helps everything to look clean and fresh. The contrast of these accessories is truly breathtaking.
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This mirror is a great way to bring ideas that are typically seen outside the home and bring them indoors. This rustic bathroom decor features a mirror that is framed with weathered lumber that resembles a window with a traditional “window box.” The box makes a great place to store your perfumes and other items for a quick touch up before you leave the bathroom. If your bathroom is small, this box will provide a little extra storage, which can go a long way in a small space. The flower adds some softness and femininity to the overall design.
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This bathroom uses the natural color of the stone and woodwork to combine several different materials in this rustic bathroom design. Weathered wood planks are used on the lower two-thirds of the walls, while beautiful stonework in shades of brown and gray are used in the walk-in shower and the tiled floors. A warm, rich wood ceiling with exposed beams and cream colored paint keep the room warm and fresh. The modern bronze and copper plumbing fixtures and rustic natural wood lighting add contrasting elements that bring the whole room together.

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