13 Rustic Bathrooms That Strike A Balance Between Elegance And Roughing It

There are no country-corny looks to be found here.

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If you want to create a bathroom that feels both earthy and elegant, edgy and timeless, we have one word and one trend for you: rustic. Rooted in a connection to nature with a focus on raw, found materials, rustic bathrooms feel approachable, clean, texture-rich, and serene all at once. Keep reading to see why rustic bathrooms are having a major moment in the design world, and take note of our 13 stylish ideas and examples if you want to incorporate the trend into your own home.

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Annie Schlechter
Chanel a Castle

Rustic doesn't necessarily mean the opposite of sophisticated. Case in point: this bathroom. In fact, the exposed stone walls make it feel like a master bathroom fit for a queen. The traditional wooden stool and ornate sconces contribute to that old-world look while the fresh blue paint and matching curtains keep things contemporary.

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Nicole Franzen
Embrace a Sense of Place

We love how the architectural elements of this bathroom reflect the wilderness peaking through the windows. It helps harness a strong sense of place while appreciating the surrounding area. The rattan storage ladder and pendant light introduce a modern touch.

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Leanne Ford Interiors
Choose Rich Materials

Simple and clean yet earthy and grounded, this bathroom is rustic perfection. From the wood slat shower flooring to the concrete tiles and wood ceiling, each material is so rich that no tchotchkes are needed (though we imagine that shampoo was added in later).

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Dustin Askland; DESIGN: Elizabeth Roberts Architecture and Design
Don't Fear Color

Rustic doesn't mean "brown." Bright turquoise tiles are balanced here with a more natural rattan-framed mirror, while modern scones bring the look into the 21st century. See how the color makes those other items pop even more?

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Leanne Ford Interiors
Strive for Symmetry

This large drum pendant light is reflected in the bathroom's mirror—then again in the curvature of the French door and the faucets. The symmetry and drama in this bathroom are just visually arresting, so please hold while we pick our jaws up from the floor.

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Studio DB
Just Add a Rustic Accent

If you just want a touch of earthy vibes, bring in a little wooden stool. It'll be great for extra surface space next to a bathtub or as a stepping stool in a children's bathroom, and here it brings the bright color and patterned tiles down to earth.

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William Abranowicz
Opt for a Copper Tub

There's nothing quite like a copper tub to steal the spotlight in a bathroom, and this one is no exception. The weathered look of the tub and exposed beams is juxtaposed with the more elegant marble step and striking white paint.

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Leanne Ford Interiors
Tell a Story

The beauty of this bathroom sink area is that everything looks like it has a history, even the soap dish. While the oval hanging mirror and sink feel grounded and rustic, the sconces and gold faucet introduce a nice formal flair.

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Robson Rak
Make a Statement Wall

This porcelain freestanding tub is anything but rustic, but paired with the raw wood statement wall, they strike the perfect balance of polish and approachability. And that lone hanging pendant light is a minimalist's dream.

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Dustin Askland; DESIGN: Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design
Remember That Opposites Attract

We can't decide what we love more, the pearl-like wall sconces or that edgy concrete sink. As striking as they are on their own, they really do wonders together, as the rough feel of the sink is softened by the feminine elegance of the lights. The long mirror also does a beautiful job enhancing the size of the room.

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Victoria Pearson
Play With Motifs

The geometric motifs in the wallpaper, vase, and mirror create a nice sense of cohesion, while the marble vanity and fresh coat of white paint clean things up nicely.

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Nicole Franzen
Channel the Country

Sometimes simplicity is best, and this bathroom is one of those times. The retro-inspired style of the clawfoot tub makes this the perfect spot to unwind after a long day. The wood window frames, lone vintage painting, and simple brown stool complete the cozy cabin feel.

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Nicole Franzen
Go Au Naturale

We can't thing of anything more rustic than an outdoor shower. Not only is it a dreamy experience to shower outdoors, but you'll thank yourself later when the floors aren't covered in sand and dirt. In other words, they also serve a totally utilitarian purpose, especially at beach houses.

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