Whether you own a cabin or you simply prefer rustic country decor, giving your master bathroom a stylish rustic theme creates a warm and cozy look that you are sure to love. Use these ideas to help you create a stunning master bathroom with a unique design theme.
Opt For Wood Countertops
Bathroom countertops don't need to be tile, Formica or granite. Wood countertops with a durable sealed finish stand up to exposure to water without warping and give your bathroom a beautiful look. Choose a dark wood finish that gives the room a warm, inviting look. You can also add a large wood slab to your bath vanity to create a natural woodsy appearance in your bathroom. Talk to your contractor about the different ways you can use wood counters for your bath remodel. Another options is to opt for rough-hewn granite, it you still want to go with stone counters. Contact a local countertop contractor, like Traditional Marble & Granite, for more ideas.
Choose Antiqued Hardware
Oil-rubbed bronze or dark copper hardware add extra depth to your rustic theme. Choose faucets and handles with one of these finishes for your sink and tub faucets to help create a cohesive look in your bathroom. Check local thrift and antique stores for vintage drawer pulls and cabinet knobs you can use on your bath vanity to create a one-of-a-kind look in your space.
Add Stained Glass Lighting Fixtures
Lighting fixtures with stained glass shades add to the warm, rustic look in your space. Choose fixtures with amber, brown or golden stained glass to create the perfect lighting scheme for your space. A stained glass chandelier in the center of the room provides a beautiful centerpiece in the room, while matching flush-mount vanity lights illuminate the space above your mirror. When possible, look for antique lights that can be retrofitted by your electrician to create a more unique look in your space.
Build A Log Focal Wall
Choose one wall in the room that has plenty of blank space for your focal wall. Using reclaimed wood, create a log cabin look in your bathroom by installing the reclaimed wood slabs horizontally on the walls. If you want to tackle this project with less expense, opt for faux log wall paper instead. You can also add this type of wall covering to the entire room if you don't want to settle on just a focal wall. When this portion of your remodel is completed, your walls will have a rustic country cabin theme that ties your bathroom decor together.
Don't forget about the small touches that add extra beauty to your space. Country-themed floor coverings, wall art and bath vanity accessories can give your master bath the perfect finishing touches. Talk to your contractor about different options for creating a rustic look in your space, and use these ideas to inspire your next bathroom remodel.