Take a look at these awe inspiring rustic bathrooms that are making a strong case for country living:
1. Polished Concrete
Polished concrete flooring, wood paneled walls, and an equally awe-inspiring fireplace are only a few of the inspired details that complete this country bath. The unique design of the space seamlessly melds two contrasting aesthetics - modern and rustic - utilizing a somewhat monochromatic palette to ensure a cohesive feel.
2. Modest Bath
The modest bath of this East Sussex farmhouse offers proof that minimalism can work within a rustic scheme. A basic two-tone color palette allows the furnishings of the space to stand out, letting just the bare essentials shine.
3. Contemporary Minimal Meets Rustic
Contemporary minimalism comes with a hint of rustic elegance in this beautifully monochromatic bath. Want to incorporate the look into your space? Pair more streamlined pieces - a sleek wash basin, matte black tiles - with textured accents such as a vintage vanity or bright potted greens.
4. Swedish Country Chic
In this Swedish bath, the country chic aesthetic comes with a touch of contemporary industrialism. Patina-finished hardware pair well with the stained wooden vanity that's just large enough to hold the basics.
5. Modern Boho Meets Country Living
We're swooning over the inspired details of Heather Tierney's ultra cool bath nook. From the hanging pendant and wood paneled walls to the texture landing pad and iron tub, this spot exudes modern boho flair.
6. Ornate Accents
Bare wooden floors come decked with a textured pop of color in this dreamy spot that's filled with an array of ornate furnishings and decorative accents. Though we must admit, the real showstopper just might be the oversized mirror, which instantly expands the space.
7. Effortless Chic
Jenni Kayne's bath combines two picture-perfect aesthetics, resulting in an effortlessly chic bath with a bold touch of elegance. Nothing quite compares to a whitewashed space with sleek metallic accents.
8. Vintage Details
A cast iron tub fits right in with the vintage details of this Brooklyn bath that's erring on the side of boho chic. Our favorite detail? The wooden flooring and eclectic array of plants that complete the space.
Original article published by Domino