64,520 wood clad Bath Design Photos

Studio Frank
What type of wood and installation is on your wall? It's lovely.
I just like it. Warmth of wood with white, clean lines.
I like the wood in this bath
Bright, bold color is an easy way to add drama. But you can also add oomph through rich materials and textures. I like the interplay of the handsome wood-clad wall and the elegant wall and floor tiles in this bathroom. The combination is very chic.Try this white: White Fur W-F-610, Behr
“The white wall” — allansteph17
Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
River House
What type of wood is that.
What are the measurements of the wood used for sink pedestal?
What kind of wood was used for this bathroom?
What sizes of wood needed for pedestal. Ty
did you finish the wood on the vanity top and if you did-what with? thanks!
what are the dimensions (thickness and width) of the wood/planks used?
gleam without detracting from the beautiful, striking wood of the walls and vanity.
Go for barely there Whether you love a minimal look or have strong décor, as here, a glass basin will quietly blend in. This basin sits lightly amid the wood-clad walls, bringing a flash of reflected sunlight to the
dark and rustic wood-paneled bathroom feels thoughtfully designed and refined with its intriguing three-dimensional wood installation.
“Simple interesting” — markjess
Neslihan Pekcan/Pebbledesign
8 Reviews
Kalkan Dublex Apartment/Suadiye
Amazing use of continuing wood flooring
printYou can’t help but love this colourful glass screen packed with sliced agate prints. The irregular pattern and dynamic hues bring alive the wood cladding and simple fittings for a fresh, organic ambience.Have you created a statement wall in your bathroom? Share your photos in the Comments below.
“Panelling around the wall” — Pieter Groenendijk
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
does anyone know what this wood and stain is? Thanks!
What type of wood was used on the face of this
Textured white wall with slate floor and reclaimed wood
love this use of reclaimed wood..
Wood ?? Change from all white?
Combo of white and natural wood
white subway tile with lots of warm wood
Dark wood contrasted against white tile
japanese tub with wood in white bathroom - so cool!
Love this rustic wood siding for the
This repurposed wood provides just the right amount of rough hewn texture to this bright white minimalist bathroom.
Reclaimed wood cladding on the side of the tub and vanity had us all adding this light-filled room to our ideabooks
installing wood outdoors. You want to make sure it lasts.
“wood tub” — awoody
Found Associates
Private home, West London
The wood strip cladding of the walls is particularly unconventional and creates an unconventional sense of wilderness in the room that it is in; this would be a great idea to add a contemporary, woodland theme to property even in the centre of a city.
love the slatted wood on walls
Choose atmospheric lightingThe pendant lights over this basin create a softer mood than spotlights alone. The dark wood slatted panelling and crisp-lined, pure white basin are visually ‘quiet’, adding to the serenity.
“Wc44” — susiq11
Jose Garcia Design
1 Review
Malsh-Segal House
What type of wood was used on the walls and tub surround?
the wood wall.. maybe to break up the yellow.. and give that natural touch
Wide boards for interior cladding
natural wood cladding
wood surface?...wood behind vanity?...Nice cladding...Wood-Boxed Tub....Wood paneling...Wood walls...Wood looks nice...Pretty use of wood...Wood wall and floor...Wood look...wood floor
“Amazing!!!!!” — terriedawn
Patricia Brennan Architects
Mercer Island Renovation
wood clad windows
wood window trim...zebra wood vanity...Medium Wood
“tile” — walkerrh1
Duplex Apartment Combination
wood cladding
wood floors...wood handrail...wood stairs
“Marble” — mca27
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