43,951 reclaimed wood Bathroom Design Photos

Birdseye Design
3 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks3,416
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Mirror surrounded by reclaimed lumber...if you like, we could do something similar
of the wood for the M. BR wall and the kids bath
Barn wood wall with large mirror
enclosed wooded structure maintains its deep roots in this newly constructed space. Raw, unfinished timbers perfectly balance the presence of stainless steel and keeps the room from feeling cold.
Rustic and modern can mix perfectly by creating accent walls in unfinished wood. The balance here gives
created with reclaimed wood with corners finished in rustic metal. This is especially interesting in a contemporary space.
“Wood wall” — cesnow
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Mill Valley
Ideabooks52,311
Questions36
with the reclaimed wood vanity? I have reclaimed wood kitchen cabinets and am
This wood was used in several applications in the home. What is it?
where the wood came from for the vanity?
Cypress wood to make furniture? The piece is STUNNING!!
It is so beautiful ,oh that wood and the mirrior
What kind of wood did you
endless. Reclaimed wood looks fantastic with many floor options.
possibly reclaimed wood on the drawer fronts/face framing.
Whole composition...but with different wood tones for our bathroom.
in raw wood. The interesting texture featured in the wood is enough to keep the rest of the bathroom design minimal and simple in design.
Triggs says that one problem with using real reclaimed wood is that it can introduce real pests to the home, in the form of resident beetles. In the master bathroom
“Miroir, lustre, douche” — elliot2014
Hsu McCullough
Boise Residence
Ideabooks1,729
Questions3
about wood, where it was made?
the same reclaimed wood that is used on the opposite wall (salvaged from the selective demolition of the walls of the house). The outside corner edge drawers (far right) are mitered. The casework pulls are vintage from an architectural hardware salvage store in Los Angeles.
use of recycled wood for cabinet
wood walls and wood cabinets and the grey tile and nirror
textured wood vanity is made from more framing pieces from the house. Texture of wood vs marble
reclaimed wood on walls and sink
use of wood and plain tiles, plus windows
nice mix of wood and subway tile. Needs another material, I think.
love reclaimed wood + simple white in bath rooms
thin tile, use of natural wood, marble
“乡村” — jesbz
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Contemporary Farmhouse
Ideabooks4,285
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what kind of wood or tile is used on the wall? Very pretty. What color white is the moulding? What color gray is used on the wall? Thank you. Love it all.
The wood is reclaimed wood that has been planed to be able to panel it. The wood was sources from Arc Wood & Timbers (www.arcwoodandtimbers.com) located in San Francisco. They have beautful wood. The molding is painted in Benjamin Moore Decorate White satin finish and the walls are Benjamin Moore Edgecomb
The wood is reclaimed wood that has been planed to be able to panel it. The wood was sources from Arc Wood & Timbers (www.arcwoodandtimbers.com) located in San Francisco. They have beautful wood. The molding is painted in Benjamin Moore Decorate White satin finish and the walls are Benjamin Moore Edgecomb
“Colours” — amistiebrooke
McIntosh Poris Associates
3 Reviews
Birmingham House
Ideabooks3,000
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the sink with wood and metal pipes
The master bath’s vanity has a reclaimed-wood top and galvanized plumbing pipes as the legs and towel bars underneath. “It’s just a simple plumbing pipe,” says Poris. “The joints are installed as feet
vanity top is reclaimed wood galvanized pipe for legs and towel bars-joints installed as feet
has a reclaimed-wood top and galvanized plumbing pipes as the legs and towel bars underneath. “It’s just a simple plumbing pipe,” says Poris. “The joints are installed as feet.”Sinks, toilet: Toto
“half bath with reclaimed wood” — Mat Hoffman
Cornerstone Architects
15 Reviews
Llano Ranch
Ideabooks2,116
Questions1
Painted barn wood. Do not like the sink, but do like the vanity
The wood on the wall. It's art itself and needs minimal decoration on it.....
Old wood. Use in bathroom for walls?
Reminds me of our barn wood from the big Barn.
Reclaimed wood and cabinetry
Rustic wood and cabinets
Reclaimed wood walls
red wood horrizontal
Roughsawn wood finish
Conc counter wood panel walls
rustic wood backsplash
painted wood...wood sink...Barn wood...cool wood...reclaimed wood...Petrified wood sink...The distressed wood...Barn wood!...Wood finish...wood walls
“Bath walls” — Sean Smith
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
Ideabooks13,458
Questions8
what this wood and stain is? Thanks!
What type of wood was used on the face of this tub?
if it's reclaimed or new and with a live edge. It's just stunning. I'm going to guess Walnut if it's new. If it's reclaimed the color and tone could have changed over time, so it's tougher to be sure.
bright white with wood accent below tub
materials: wood, operable window and wall faucet
Wood on bath & window that opens
LIKE THE WOOD TO COVER BATHTUB
would still love to use ipe (sp) wood somewhere
love love love this the wood is spectacular
Dark wood contrasted against white tile
japanese tub with wood in white bathroom - so cool!
Love this rustic wood siding for the bathtub
installing wood in a wet space such as the bathroom, use the same rules as installing wood outdoors. You want to make sure it lasts.
“LOOK: Wood is nice change. How affected by humidity?” — mrslove2012
FOUR POINT Design+Construction Inc.
3 Reviews
Charming Vintage Inspired Master Bath Remodel
Ideabooks228
Questions0
pieces, reclaimed wood, and extraordinary fixtures!!! / Fun, creative, and fearless design!!! / Design and Build by FOUR POINT Design+Construction Inc. / To learn more about this project and our design-build process visit us at www.4ptdc.com / Copyright 2014 / Photography by Riley Jamison
Anna's bath: tub shelf with reclaimed wood; allow sufficient drying time between 3 coats polyurethane.
“My client loved the idea of using reclaimed wood, and we are using it all
crafted from reclaimed wood remnants. “It’s important to realize that the wood is a living, breathing thing,” she says of leaving a ⅛-inch gap between the sides of the tub and the walls, and beneath the tub top. Flexible silicone caulking allows room for the wood to swell and contract.
“Reclaimed wood bath caddy” — karenkeller54
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