10 Farmhouse Style Bathrooms

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Our bathrooms are one of the most important places in our home, wouldn’t you say? I know I would. Most people say that a good kitchen and bathroom are what make or break a house. With so many different design aesthetics these days, there is something for every taste. For myself, there is something that draws me to the recently popular Farmhouse Style. With its ease of decorating, use of found objects, and slightly rustic, neutral feel, the Farmhouse Style evokes feelings of home and the ever present dream to live out on a farm and the simple life that accompanies it. That is why I want to feature these 10 amazing Farmhouse Style bathrooms to give you a little inspiration.

There are so many characteristics that are associated with the Farmhouse Style such as raw wood and raw natural materials like linen, burlap, and jute just to name a few. I think you will agree that these bathrooms are pretty special, and a great source of inspiration.

Renovation:  Senoia Farmhouse
1. The Classic Farmhouse Bathroom
This bathroom is a great example of the farmhouse style. The shiplap (horizontal paneling) on the wall are classic farmhouse style. What about that claw foot tub? I mean, come on, I would love to be soaking in that. Soft, neutral colors alongside white features throughout evoke an easy and timeless feel.
Modern Farm House
2. The Modern Farmhouse Bathroom

 While the farmhouse style evokes a timeless aesthetic, you can still go many different ways. This bathroom design is a more modern version of the traditional farmhouse style. The unusual way the tile is applied to the wall and the more modern light fixtures make this bathroom stand out as a modern counterpart to its more timeless cousin.

Concord Green Home
3. The Rustic Farmhouse Bathroom

From the shiplap to the barn wood window trim, this bathroom exemplifies the farmhouse style. I love the special touch of using an olive bucket as a trash can. The natural wood vanity is so swoon worthy.

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4. The Old World Farmhouse Bathroom 

This eclectic farmhouse bathroom combines old world charm with global influence. There is a nice balance between the floral wall paper, antique wood vanity, and the gold mirror and light accents.

Photo by Jenna Sue Design

5. The Updated Farmhouse Bathroom

This bathroom is amazing from top to bottom. The painted cement tile on the floor is a wonderful surprise in this beautiful bathroom.

Modern Farmhouse
6. The Vintage Tile Farmhouse Bathroom

The use of vintage subway and hexagonal mosaic tile give this bathroom a more vintage feel. I love the use of the dark grout in both applications.

Modern farmhouse
7. The Double Trough Farmhouse Bathroom

Between the double trough sink, the subway tile, and the wall paper, I cannot decide what is my favorite part.  The double trough sink is so amazing as a stand alone focal point.

8. The Neutral Farmhouse Bathroom

This bathroom is an excellent portrayal of the farmhouse style. It is bright and airy, with very classic features.  The chandelier adds a touch of sophistication to the beautiful room. The neutral paint on the walls adds a touch of color without being overbearing and too dramatic. It is the perfect complement to the other features in the room.

Photo by Making It in the Mountains

9. The Classic Farmhouse Style Bathroom

This bathroom is so classically farmhouse style. It is full of rustic farmhouse charm including an old gate that is used as artwork!

Modern farmhouse
10. The All White Farmhouse Bathroom

This all white bathroom looks so relaxing and inviting. I especially love the use of board and batten on the walls. The rustic chandelier is a lovely accent to this simple room.

No matter what your style, whether it is vintage, classic, traditional, modern, or rustic,  you can incorporate the ever popular farmhouse style into your bathroom!

For more bathroom ideas: Creative Ways to Style Your Sink | Beautiful Bathtubs

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Sara is the founder and creative force behind the blog Twelve On Main, where her main goal is to inspire others to DIY for themselves. She is inspired by her 4 children and the simple farmhouse lifestyle they have created in the quaint town in the mountains of Southern Utah. She started her blog only 1 year ago, and has had an incredible following thus far in her career. In addition to raising her children with her husband, she works with him in their family business, and in her free time, can most often be found working on a new project or creating beautiful spaces for herself or others.