19 reclaimed barn wood Bath Design Photos

DeLeers Construction, Inc.
2 Reviews
Hidden Prairie Farm
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timbers and soaring spaces which would have traditionally been reserved for the barn and outbuildings, with classic finishes customarily found in the family homestead
windows and cathedral ceilings invite the outdoors in. Locally sourced reclaimed posts and beams, wide plank white oak flooring and a Door County fieldstone
use of old wood...tobacco barn logs?
“sconces” — jonesm10
John TeSelle
9 Reviews
Master bathroom
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Master bathroom with reclaimed cabinet as vanity.
slate floors, subway tile walls, reclaimed wood vanity
this idea: slate floor, wood vanity, light counter, light tile shower, gray walls
Floors and wood mixture against light walls and
combination of tile, dark wood vanity and use of white walls
coloring for slate dark wood and white counters
“combination of tile, dark wood vanity and use of white walls” — kray61
Incorporated
Texas Hill House Bathroom
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Slate tile wall with floating reclaimed wood shelves and gold ornate mirror in middle
“floor pattern & wall pattern” — Deborah Foulkes
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Cummings Architects
19 Reviews
The Stanwood Estate Barn
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in the powder room features a vanity that was built using salvaged wood and reclaimed bluestone sourced right on the property. Original, exposed timbers
of the barn and the owner, Cummings Architects has a long and distinguished history of preserving some of the oldest timber framed homes and barns in the
The beautiful, old barn on this Topsfield estate was at risk of being demolished. Before approaching Mathew Cummings, the homeowner had met with several
the U.S. Once the homeowner realized that the barn was not only salvageable, but could be transformed into a new living space that was as utilitarian as
“Lights” — bhartigan
Sweet Water Woodworks, LLC
2 Reviews
Reclaimed wood powder room
Ideabooks42
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Reclaimed pine barn boards get a new life in this one of a kind powder room vanity. Granary barn boards were salvaged, planed and stained to make a beautiful
Reclaimed wood powder room...Don't like the knotty wood...wood look
“what not to do” — christen6185
Confluence Architecture
3 Reviews
Mountain Cabin
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Powder Room with reclaimed wood slab counter and clay plaster walls
where did you gwet this wood counter top?
reproduce. The wood, we later found out, is African Padauk wood. For sustainability reasons, we generally do not like to use exotic woods, but since this
many species. Depending on where you are located, some cities have an urban wood group that harvests trees that are removed for development and turns them
piece of wood, but generally dont like the sink
Wood slabs in the bath too, lovely!
“Wasbak Gasten Toilet” — bruining
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Bathroom
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This chandelier is in the new Pottery Barn catalog I think
offset tiles and wood go great with our wood flooring in the living room
color of the tile with the light wood furniture
to go with lighter woods...wood paneling for kitchen?...Goes well with the wood!
“LIKE THE GREY WITH THE BROWN” — Lawrence Lonesome
Schroeder Design/Build, Inc.
17 Reviews
Mission Style Master Bath
Ideabooks256
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wanted a luxurious, yet practical bath. To accommodate a double vanity, we re-claimed space from an existing closet and replaced the lost space by adding a
what a lovely mix of colors, tiles, wood, finishes, etc. Warm and inviting! May I ask about the vanity - what is the wood and finish used? Thank you.
tiles too. really like the sinks. floor tile is nice would look good with the wood.
nice warm wood color on glass doors.
“Walk in shower” — Sara Kelsch
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