2,761 Timber Bathroom Design Photos

3 Reviews
Saville Isaac - Central Coast Beach House
The timber in the bench with the asymetric detail
nice look with the timber on the wall hung vanity & esp use of recycled. def like
V nice - but perhaps more timber for vanity (not so white box)
timber ledge under sink could run
Darren Genner, director of boutique bathroom design company, Minosa, uses four different tactics to incorporate timber into a bathroom. The first is using recycled hardwood.“If you use young timber you get a lot of movement and flexibility with it,” Genner says. “You’ll get cupping and lateral movement and
denser and far more stable. “You’re not going to get a lot of movement out of it,” Genner adds. “We piece timber panels together and biscuit join them, then use a natural oil on top.” The recycled timber used in this bathroom delivers both the warmth the owners wanted and the stability to keep it looking
“Interesting” — zoebull
RHYZOMA - Arquitectura / Diseño
Love the separation of the toilet with a wall and love the toilet and the basin and timber benchtop
Love the tiles and use of timber
Feature timber...Timber vanity...the timber wall...Timber feature...Timber plinth...timber look...Timber Bathroom
“马桶” — kitune
Portsea Holiday Home
combination of timber and white vanity top
Bowl sinks Timber walls Wall tiles
timber and stone...wall timber...Grey and timber...Timber - likes!
“Timber” — melissashaw
Robert Mills Architects and Interior Designers
1 Review
Wellington Street
Beautiful incorporation of timber in a bathroom.
your bathroom without compromising on style and function. Timber interior features are trending in many Aussie homes as a way to bring the outdoors in and create a calm, airy space which feels bigger than it is. Here, the clean lines of light timber cabinetry define the room, and the inclusion of a charmingly
This modern bathroom is all the more inviting for its timber vanity, shelving and window frames, not to mention that adorable little stool.See more of this gorgeous Melbourne home
“beautiful use of wood; contemporary yet warm” — kitchenguru111
Capital Building
3 Reviews
This bathroom combines a neutral palette with earthy textures. A recycled timber vanity and timber look tiles feels like you have brought the mountains to the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. Photography by Sue Murray - imagineit.net.au
Did you purchase the timber in red tan or blonde prior to staining and what stain did you use
Thankyou so much for all your help What Is the timber thickness? Regarding
This vanity is 495mm x 1250mm and the timber thickness is 45mm. The edge was wood glued and clamped on. We go our timber supplier to do this as they have the full press to ensure it was done properly.
The timber itself was 45mm, the front piece was 90mm to make the whole piece
tile as it was purchased from a store with just their stock number on it. But there is an amazing range of timber look tiles around now with great colours and finishes. You can either Google "timber look tiles" or contact some local tile stores and they should be able to help you.
“Bathroom” — essielin
Brandie McCoy, CKD
15 Reviews
Refreshing Master Bath
Thank you! We did Bejamin Moore Timber Wolf 1600 on the 1/2 wall, Winter Solstice 1605 on the walls, and 30% tint of that on the ceiling.
Benjamin Moore Timber Wolf 1600 on the half wall. Winter Solstice 1605 on the walls, and 30% tint of that on the ceilings
Like wall color: Benjamin White Timber Wolf 1600 on the 1/2 half
Bejamin Moore Timber Wolf 1600 on the 1/2 wall, Winter Solstice 1605 on the wall
“Thank you! We did Bejamin Moore Timber Wolf 1600
Winter Solstice 1605 walls 30% tint on ceiling Timber Wolf 1600 1/2 wall
Winter Solstice 1605 on the walls, and 30% tint of that on the ceiling” “the paint color - Benjamin Moore - winter solstice” “half-wall color: BM timber wolf 1600 paint; wall color otherwise: BM winter solstice 1605 paint.”
“wall color” — carriemonsta
Besch Design, Ltd.
2 Reviews
Leavitt Residence
like the timber panel to accentuate the bath and the stool
Although bathroom designers stop short of using timber inside showers, there’s nothing to stop you using it as wall panelling on the outside. The cedar-planked wall divider here is flanked by glass doors leading to the shower and toilet. If solid timber is being used for wall panelling, each length is
“Tub” — cote_carissa
Auhaus Architecture
Barwon Heads Beach House main bathroom
Main bathroom with solid timber vanity. Photography: Auhaus Architecture
Amanda, We designed this vanity for the house, it was made by our joiner as part of the cabinetry package. The benchtop and surround are solid blackbutt timber and the doors are laminate.
like the balance of timber and white
This solid timber vanity pairs beautifully with the white used elsewhere in the bathroom. Again, the window frame echoes the warm timber tones of the vanity.
“lifted vanity and window” — Rob Ark
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