3,816 Rustic Maine cottage bathroom Home Design Photos

Eclectic Bathroom
Ideabooks21,943
Questions13
and the door? What white wash was used...trying to get a rustic feel and want to use several barn doors in the house as well as wood batten board on walls and don't know what wood to use...thanks, this is great!
What size is the bathroom, length of wall with bath & shower on it.
This bathroom floor is awesome. How was it done? Concrete painted with a stencil? Do tell!
What kind of vanity is there in this awesome bathroom?
which we purchased from Old Port Specialty Tile Co. in Portland Maine: www.oldporttile.com Thanks for your interest!
The shower tile is Carrara Tumbled Marble, which we purchased from Old Port Specialty Tile Co. in Portland Maine: www.oldporttile.com. I've attached another close-up shot of the
“Rustic look” — atechet
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks4,448
Questions5
Rustic home in Portland Maine - on the ocean
I like that this looks rustic yet
Old seaside rustic charm. I like it.
Like the weather beaten cottage look
The construction was sensitive to the cottage's environment, so waste had to be kept to a minimum, and few changes were made to the house's exterior. Most of the renovations were designed to keep the house within the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA's) flood code. Vents had to be able to handle
“Love the inside” — amheiser
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
Ideabooks4,336
Questions2
Inspired by local fishing shacks and wharf buildings dotting the coast of Maine, this re-imagined summer cottage interweaves large glazed openings with simple taut-skinned New England shingled cottage forms. Photos by Tome Crane, c 2010.
Simple cottage with large windows on other sides but needs
deck as I see it at the cottage on the right side
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“Lake house” — keilavenegas
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks7,537
Questions6
I could live happily in this charming cottage.
Creating warmth within a rugged shabby interior on the rock bound coast of Maine
room and light airy mix with rustic stone and wood.
requirements made the design and practicality of these main downstairs living spaces especially complicated, forcing Knickerbocker Group to get creative with materials and installation.
Mixing is inherent to the success of flea market decorating, and cottages totally embrace that. The varied chairs pulled
utterly charming, as is the mix of wood and caned pieces in the living area. Drop-leaf tables are, by the way, another great friend in decorating a cottage.
“Fireplace” — FL Padella Co Inc
Allison Ramsey Architects
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Coastal Living - Allison Ramsey Architects Holiday House
Ideabooks29,567
Questions16
Cottage flooring,more simple rustic choices then main house?ideas for coastal main house and cottage
Always loved this house think I saw it on Southern Living first ...but its definately not a cottage! and wouldn't be for everyone since you have to go thru the kitchen to get to the main part of the house. Would happily build it however as an empty nester with grandkids it would work wonderfully
be the perfect cottage for the back lot!
Cute porch, similar layout to cottage
Love the idea of cottage living!
Cute cottage with pool in back.
The cottage look. Warm and inviting
If you were to peruse my ideabook titled “Becky’s faves,” this is the first picture you would see. It absolutely exemplifies cottage style. A wide and welcoming porch stretches its arms toward the street, urging you to come in and visit.
“Like the cottage look” — notoriustom
Eclectic Bedroom
Ideabooks1,566
Questions2
The owner purchased the "Calvin bed" at Maine Cottage furniture: http://www.mainecottage.com/calvin-bed.html Thanks for your interest!
maine cottage bed, creative canvas shade
natural walls, white linens, natural wood color - simple, traditional, rustic, but polished.
and light, with antique furniture that reflects the home's roots. White linen bedding looks crisp and clean against the rough stone walls. Bed: Maine Cottage; shade: Creative Canvas
furniture that reflects the home's roots. White linen bedding looks crisp and clean against the rough stone walls. Bed: Maine Cottage; shade: Creative Canvas
A rocky coastline on a Maine island. This bedroom is a cozy respite from the swirl of the sea and the sublime beauty of the coastline just outside
“wall texture” — kavitakalra
Nastasi Vail Design
Flanagan Farm Portland Maine
Ideabooks4,407
Questions7
The former chicken coop is now a guest cottage - still in progress. Photo by Brea McDonald http://www.breamcdonald.com/
Yes, I know - I need to go back and fix the bedskirt - it is a good excuse for another trip to Maine - we didn't have any other photos. We need rugs too so I will get my chance. Thanks.
Perfect wall finish for a rustic weathered wood feel...this is what we want to do on the cabin ceiling...
master bedroom. notice the hardwood keeps the rustic look.
Paint living room at cottage light gray so panels show thru
looks like a rustic uninsulated cottage
designers had the interior sprayed with diluted white paint from top to bottom to approximate the look of whitewash. “We wanted to keep it rough and rustic, and to let the wood and grain show through,” says Nastasi.New pine floors were paired with a spare selection of designer furnishings, for a look that
“Style” — Tina Martin
Eclectic Exterior
Ideabooks3,412
Questions2
Simple and beautiful h.ome on Maine coast
The cottage's exterior walls are made of stone found on the island. Originally, this structure was a simple hunting retreat with no electricity. It had only a couple small rooms and rustic plumbing, and was full of ocean debris from rough storms.
The cottage's exterior walls are made of stone found on the island. Originally, this structure was a simple hunting retreat with no electricity. It had only a couple small rooms and rustic plumbing, and was full of ocean debris from rough storms.
“Love that blue” — Lauri Youngquist
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