This industrial loft in Denver features exposed brick, concrete walls and massive windows to let in the natural light.
An iconic clawfoot tub creates a rustic statement in this minimalist modern room.
Both bathrooms in this Hollywood Hills home feature open showers with reclaimed and monkeypod wood touches.
Duckboard floors, like they use on boats, are a nice complement to tin paneled walls in this powder room.
What’s warmer and more rustic than barn doors? Add in plank floors, rustic cabinetry and stone touches for a real farmhouse feel.
Porthole mirrors hung by rope create a simultaneously modern and rustic look. The dark frames make for a nice contrast to the plain white cabinets.
In this 1930s bathroom in Los Angeles, an iron-and-oak chair offers seating, and the ceiling and walls are painted black to complement the black-and-white tiles.
In this small space, built-in wooden shelving provides much needed storage.
This bathroom in Buckinghamshire, UK, features grey subway tiles and wood floors to create a classic yet modern feel.
Repurposed dressers and storage cabinets are good candidates for a farmhouse-style bathroom. For this home, the designers brought in their client’s vintage kitchen storage cabinet and an old radiator and installed V-groove pine paneling on the walls.