18,218 simple farmhouse Bath Design Photos

Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
Ten Broeck Farm - Winter 2013
Ideabooks1,676
Questions3
simple, space saving sink units, in front of window
Simple farmhouse style continues in the bathroom, via beadboard wainscoting, pedestal sinks and traditional sconces.Are you working on (or dreaming of) your own modern farmhouse? Please tell us about it in the Comments!
“beadboard in bath” — mikesteketee
MDC Cabinetry & More
3 Reviews
A Simple Farmhouse Powder Room in Hume, Virginia
Ideabooks34
Questions0
A Simple Farmhouse Powder Room in Hume, Virginia
simple farmhouse
“so cool” — Skylar Group
Mediterranean Bathroom
Ideabooks1,567
Questions3
simple farmhouse look
Simple vanity cabinet, drawer pulls.
“vanity” — Rhe Castillo
MDC Cabinetry & More
3 Reviews
A Simple Farmhouse Bathroom in Hume, Virginia
Ideabooks18
Questions0
A Simple Farmhouse Bathroom in Hume, Virginia
farmhouse white frame mirrors
farmhouse bathroom
“Double vanity can look too cramped” — kkc604
MDC Cabinetry & More
3 Reviews
A Simple Farmhouse Bathroom in Virginia Hunt Country
Ideabooks131
Questions1
A Simple Farmhouse Bathroom in Virginia Hunt Country
“Above bathtub widow treatment” — katupdos
Modus Design Studio
house_99
Ideabooks3,891
Questions5
simple square farmhouse base moulding with footer
“Trim” — lesleykerr1
Pear Interiors
Powder Room
Ideabooks2,781
Questions6
Like this bathroom! It is a simple farmhouse look!
All of it... simple yet complete
console sink, simple bathroom
“tp holder” — mollymac1
JAMES DIXON ARCHITECT PC
25 Reviews
Hudson Valley Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,370
Questions9
Farmhouse bathroom painted wood floors schoolhouse light
Farmhouse bathroom Bath tub / medicine chest /furniture style cabinets
Farmhouse bathrooms were often put into attic space or spare bedrooms = roomy with oddly pitched ceilings Make it look like a spare room. Again, think back to the time when farmhouse owners switched from an outhouse to an indoor bathroom: Most people ran their new
1. Make it look like a spare room. Again, think back to the time when farmhouse owners switched from an outhouse to an indoor bathroom: Most people ran their new plumbing into a spare bedroom or an attic space. So the new bathrooms
odd angles to make it feel like the bathtub, sink and toilet were plunked down in an old attic space or extra bedroom. “I live in an 18th-century farmhouse that was once a lot of small bedrooms. Some were converted to bathrooms,” he says. “They tend to be very quirky, so making a new bathroom look this
“Painted floor” — merg1
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