You can use natural stone, wall panelling, and herringbone timber-look floor tiles and bring it all together with warm white and ebony paint finishes.
Farmhouse bathroom decor can also include other natural materials, such as sandstone, slate, crazy paving and marble. Many people are upcycling/repurposing vintage furniture, such as old dressers, for their bathroom vanity.
Gone are the days when this style would only be seen in a literal farmhouse. The farmhouse theme has become a popular decor choice within both traditional and modern households.
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Raymond Terrace, NSW
Living proof that a neutral palette doesn’t have to be bland, this bathroom mixes matte and gloss textures to create a refined and calming space. A feature wall of brick work tiling is softened by the large format sandstone tiles which run along the floor and up the hob wall. White wall tiles and an in wall toilet cistern ensure that the space doesn’t begin to feel crowded. A touch of style is offered by the arch motif found in the vanity, mirror cabinet and wall sconce.
Exuding elegance and Hamptons inspired style, this bathroom is a quiet beauty. We adore an open wet area which offers an economical use of space, without compromising function. Displaying both a hob wall behind the bath and a niche for the shower, there is no shortage of easy storage in this space. The great heroes of this room are certainly the gold twin shower and the gentle play of light offered by the rippled subway tiles.
At Banana Bathrooms, we offer you a fully managed bathroom building service where we oversee the design, planning, manufacture; installation of your entire bathroom or laundry completed to your satisfaction.
The Banana Bathrooms team is fully licensed to give you peace of mind each step of the way in your bathroom renovation. We strive to provide you with a high-end bathroom re-modelling service at a reasonable cost.