At Home on the Range we often use reclaimed wood and rustic materials in our Western designs, as they add natural elements and help warm up every space—including bathrooms. In fact bathrooms are extremely popular spaces to have updated and remodeled, so we thought we’d share some of our favorite rustic bathroom designs—from Houzz and from our own portfolio—to help inspire you.
This rustic wood vanity by Tineke Triggs of Artistic Designs for Living would look fabulous in any mountain home.
A chiseled stone tile wall adds a wonderful rustic touch to this contemporary bathroom by Philpotts Interiors.
Below is an eye-catching mix of woods, tiles and color in this spa bath by Harrell Remodeling!
We love the horizontal application of board and batten paired with a contemporary-style wood pedestal vanity in this rustic bathroom by Andrew Melaragno.
We hope you’ll also get some great ideas from the Home on the Range rustic bathrooms pictured below.
This Pioneer Homestead master bath features reclaimed beech cabinets paired with a classic clawfoot tub.
A custom-designed concrete countertop rests on a reclaimed timber vanity base in this Western Mine-style guest bath.
The rustic cabinetry in this master bath is made from antique pine and works well with the reclaimed timbers that frame the room .
We incorporated an Oceanside stone and glass mosaic tub face and honey onyx tub deck into this rustic contemporary master bath.
Are you interested in redesigning the bathroom in your Colorado home? Click the like what I see button on the right to find out how we can help transform your space into a stylish rustic retreat.
Photos: 1 by Tineke Triggs of Artistic Designs for Living via Houzz; 2 by Philpotts Interiors via Houzz; 3 by Harrell Remodeling via Houzz; 4 by Andrew Melaragno via Houzz; 5-8 Interior design by Home on the Range, Photos by Tim Murphy, Architecture by Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA