Are you thinking about changing up your guest or master bathroom? Maybe you’re thinking you need a full-on remodel or you’re just seeking a little bit of inspiration for a few quick changes? Whatever you’re looking for, there’s no denying the appeal of farmhouse decor. Modern farmhouse design has taken the world by storm and we sure are loving it. No matter what your bathroom intentions are, we think you’ll enjoy checking out these one-of-a-kind beautiful farmhouse bathroom makeovers that, we have to admit, we’re totally obsessed with.
The average person spends at least 92 days in the toilet over their lifetime.
This wainscoting molding is so unique. This bathroom can certainly be described as sophistication meets farmhouse. The French country feel adds such a brilliant elegance to it. A powder room like this one can really help to add a little more class to a home. See the step-by-step over at Jenna Sue Design.
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Double the Beauty
Check out this dual sink master bath! It’s just so cool! We are certainly picking up on its country vibes and full-on diggin’ it. It’s all in the details. Barnyard lights and shiplap siding? Yes, please! Check out how Kristi remodeled her bathroom over at Making It in the Mountains.
This bathroom offers beautiful, feminine vibes in its lovely cabinetry work and fun colors, while not skimping on charm. The contrast of the tile floors with the wooden vanity brings the farmhouse style alive. It is fun and funky without going overboard. It pulls off a pretty good mix of farmhouse and chic. Follow the tutorial for this vintage revamp by Kelli and Kristi over at Lolly Jane.
At the Farm
Wooden plank shelves, or “free-floating shelves,” are a great way to add some farmhouse vibes to just about any room and that goes for bathrooms as well. It just goes to show that even how you store items in a space can make such a big difference. We are loving these piled-up shelves! See how Alicia decorated her bathrooms over at Thrifty and Chic.
Would you just look at this beautiful bathroom! Wouldn’t you love to take a bath in that tub? Yes, please! This bathroom is so spacious. You almost feel as if you are in your own personal spa. See how Josh and Amanda remodeled their master bath over at Sincerely Marie Designs. Got your bubbles and essential oils ready?
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Stunning and Peaceful
Can you spot the wooden wall decor ladder? And peep those sink knobs. This has “farmhouse” written all over it. The simple decor on this is oh-so stunning and its minimalism will allow guests to feel more at peace. Check out Jenna Sue Design Blog to find out how to get the look.
The oldest bathtub yet discovered dates back to 1,500 B.C. The bathtub was designed for the Queen’s bathroom in the Palace of Knossos in Crete and dates all the way back to the Minoan epoch.
The dainty lightness of this powder room is just so appealing. It has such a lovely elegance to it. From the adorable mirror to the baby blue cabinetry, the tile, and wood-planked walls. We are loving it all! You don’t necessarily have to undergo construction to get the look you are going for. Just use this dreamy bathroom from Jenna Kate at Home for inspo!
Homey and Lovely
If you want a more subtle farmhouse look, here ya have it! Odds are, if you are into the farmhouse style, you are probably also into mason jars. Check out the adorable mason jar-inspired light fixture and the mason jar soap dispenser. We love how Ashley at Joyfully Growing put this lovely powder room together.
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This bathroom is perfect for the kids or as a guest powder room. We love this true farmhouse sink. The way Holly at Our Faux Farm House decorated this space is top-notch. It takes a certain eye to put this together and we are pretty obsessed with the design. Wallpaper is back these days and it totally works here. Did we mention we also love the light fixtures and the wooden-planked walls?