Rustic Bathrooms

Get the best rustic bathroom look

Rustic design remains timeless and captivating, especially in bathrooms where natural materials can create a warm, inviting atmosphere. By mixing authentic rustic materials with natural-looking finishes, you can achieve the perfect rustic bathroom look. For example, the texture and organic warmth of oak and terrazzo can be beautifully contrasted with the practicality of scrubbable, waterproof wallpaper.

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Layering textures is a key element in design, by finding the right balance in pairing natural woods, natural stone and wallpapers, it can be creating a harmonious space that is warm and calming. Although, when it comes to bathrooms explore using our waterproof wallpaper as this can add a whole new bold feature to any space, with hundreds of designs and patterns that are safe for use directly in the shower.

We have had clients source reclaimed oak slabs and using as countertop shelves and teaming with a coloured basins for an added statement.

Case Study 1:

In this project we sourced a distinct rustic mirror with feathery brass details above the basin to add a quirky sense of fun to the room. Complemented by Wet System waterproof wallpaper with a subtle nod to beachside relaxation and polished unlacquered brass fittings from Vola that add a touch of elegance. In the second bathroom, the designer oped for a harmonious mix of natural wood textures, soft blue zellige tiles and terracotta accents, to create a soothing rustic haven reminiscent of a day spent by the beach.

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Case Study 2:

For the Sussex master en-suite, the client chose a reclaimed piece of wood for the basin countertop, adding a rich, natural texture to the room. This simple yet effective choice enhances the rustic charm of the space.

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Case study 3:

Our Clapham clients wanted their Master En-Suite to be both practical and luxurious while retaining a rustic feel. By keeping the original layout and incorporating their own furnishings, the space exudes authenticity. The combination of warm oak, faux wood tiles, wall shelving, and an industrial-style chandelier achieves a perfect balance of practicality and rustic luxury.

Case Study 4:

In this bathroom, our designer combined elements to create a rustic art deco look. Influenced by the thirties, the design features a double basin washstand, black lever taps, white brick-shaped tiles, pillar wall lights, and a Crittall-style shower screen. Lefroy Brooks brassware, chosen for its retro yet modern appeal, complements the natural grey marble niches in the shower enclosure, adding a touch of individuality and rustic charm. By blending these materials and design elements, you can create a rustic bathroom that is both timeless and uniquely personal.

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