15 Farmhouse Bathroom Decor Ideas
Are you looking to refresh your master bathroom or guest bathroom? This list of 15 modern farmhouse bathroom decor ideas can you help you gain inspiration for transforming your space. Here you’ll find subway tile, bathroom vanity decor, and other simple ways to give your bathroom a refreshed look.
1. No Paint Bathroom Refresh
You don't need paint to completely transform a space and this gorgeous modern farmhouse guest bathroom proves just that! By simply replacing the builder grade mirror with a wooden framed mirror, the space instantly feels custom. Another trick to upgrading a space with minimal renovations is making the functional items a piece of decor. Instead of plastic soap dispensers with bright labels that don't blend in with the rest of the room, you can place reusable glass soap dispensers with hardware that matches your space to bring the whole look of the room together.
2. Modern Farmhouse Bathroom
White subway tile and black hardware is a timeless look but it can also be a stark contrast. A way to soften the appeal is by mixing in some natural elements like wood. You can add natural elements to a room by using a wooden tiered tray to hold towels and toiletries.
3. Builder Grade Bathroom Update
4. Spa Like Master Bathroom Decor
5. Chic Farmhouse Master Bathroom Decor
Nothing says farmhouse like shiplap and subway tile! This modern farmhouse bathroom has all the ingredients it takes to create a gorgeous farmhouse feel including a subway tile shower, matte black hardware, natural wood shiplap, black and white tile, and a stand alone tub.
6. Masculine Farmhouse Bathroom Retreat
The beauty of farmhouse decor is that it isn't just feminine or just masculine. Farmhouse style bathrooms can be both! Jillian Lare created a stunning farmhouse master bathroom and used thick rustic wood elements to bring a bit of masculinity to the space.
7. Moody Modern Farmhouse Bathroom
8. Black Honeycomb Tile in Farmhouse Bathroom
The black honeycomb floor tile is the statement piece of the room. The soft gray bead board and white subway tile shower are more muted details that provide a contrast against the black tile. The soft brown roman shade brings warmth to the space while the round mirror ads a pop of character!
9. Coastal Farmhouse Bathroom Decor
Any farmhouse can easily have coastal vibes if styled that way. By utilizing coastal elements such as hanging the mirrors with rope and installing beachy light fixtures, this master bathroom is a beautiful beach getaway!
10. Honeycomb Haven Bathroom
Talk about adding texture and dimension to a space! By extending the honeycomb backsplash all the way up the wall, this master bath goes from good to great! Another fantastic interior design element is the wall mounted water faucets. This was a trend decades ago, but now its making a comeback and we are here for it!
11. Rustic Retreat
There's no doubt that the statement piece in this bathroom is the vanity. The subtle subway tile backsplash and white tile floor with black accents are just the supporting actors and the vanity is the star of the show.
12. Black Grid Shower Door
Grid shower doors have been setting the trend in all styles of homes from farmhouse to modern and even traditional style homes. It’s a striking statement piece to consider implementing when you’re trying to figure out how to design your bathroom. The black gridscape shower doors go with all bathroom decor from rustic farmhouse to modern spa oasis.
13. Beachy Blue Bathroom
Who said chrome bathroom hardware was out of style? With the right shades of blue and grey, that silver hardware becomes the icing on the cake that is a coastal bathroom. The vanity is such a gorgeous shade of light seafoam that matte black hardware would've been distracting. Instead, the designers kept it calm and cool with the chrome faucets and handles. Additionally, the chrome finishes tie in with the grey herringbone floor!
14. Clean and Simple Shiplap Bathroom
The often-seen shiplap wall with a twist! Rather than keeping with the traditional horizontal shiplap wall, designers chose to place the boards vertically which make this space feel so much bigger. The vertical lines elongate the wall to make the ceilings feel higher. The light wood floor softens the white and black finishes.
15. Round Bathroom Mirrors
Ditch the traditional rectangle mirrors for round ones and your space instantly feels more interesting and custom! Round mirrors can soften a high contrast space and breathe new life into it by going against the traditional geometry.
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