From vintage tubs to exquisite light fixtures from centuries past, achieving a beautiful bathroom with rustic influences isn't too hard...with the right inspiration. These bathrooms ranging from the French countryside to the Hollywood Hills prove that old world charm is possible no matter your locale.
Amanda Seyfried's Catskills home mixes the best of homey and modern decor, featuring simple planes composed with evocative, handmade, and rustic materials. The master bath’s custom vanity has fittings by , the sconce is from , the floor tile is by , and the beadboard is painted in .
In the master bath of a family's home in Toluca Lake, the steel tub by has fittings by , the shade is of a Great Plains linen, and the flooring is teak and Calacatta Gold marble.
Equestrians Fernanda Kellogg and Kirk Henckels worked with to infuse this house and stable in South Carolina with fine antiques and classic charm. In the bath, the artworks include Salvador Dalí prints and an 1890s English hunting scene; the walls are painted in .
When an artist and ceramist took on a pair of barns in Amagansett, New York, they turned them into the ultimate rustic paradise. An antique chair in the master bath of this barn is topped with a cushion covered in a with tassels by .
In the master bath of a contemporary Los Angeles farmhouse, carriage lights flanking the mirror and a 19th-century jewelry box give the space some civility. The vanity is a custom design, the sink fittings and floor tiles are by , and the walls are sheathed in marble.
Cozy elegance is the theme of this 19th-century farmhouse on Long Island, redesigned by . In the bathroom, the ceiling lights are by , the walls are painted in and the window frame is painted in ; the wooden ship artwork was found in Europe.
On a young family’s horse farm outside Philadelphia, designer takes rustic life to a new level of sophistication. The tub in the master bath is by , the vanity is a custom design, the child’s chair is , the sconces are by , and the ceiling lights and tub fittings are by .
Artist Eva Claessens and art dealer Kris Ghesquière's timeless home in Uruguay defies "rustic" norms. The boathouse's bench is from Zimbabwe, and the room's colors were custom-mixed by Claessens.
Minnie Driver's Hollywood Hills home pairs her English wit and charm with a touch of eccentricity. The master bath features a Venetian mirror, a 1950s bar cart by , and a vintage rug, the flooring is oak and the walls are painted in .
With beautiful shades of blue throughout, designer Patrick Punty's Oakland bungalow goes for an elegant yet modern feel. The bathroom sink is by , the faucet is by , the ceiling's wallpaper is by , and the bust of Napoleon is antique.
When Belgian architect chose to renovate the attic of his Antwerp home, he went for spare and serene. He installed a custom tub of Belgian bluestone with fittings by at one end of the space; the custom light fixture on the beam above is by .
A young urban couple gave up their sleek city apartment to turn this abandoned rural farmhouse on Sweden's Bjare Peninsula into the ultimate fixer-upper. A vintage tub with fittings by sits in a bathroom; the floor is tiled with Carrara marble.
One family's cozy Northern California home used to be a 19th-century summer camp. The master bath tub is by , the sink and all the fittings are by , and the painting is by Hugo Guinness; the walls are painted in , the floor in .
In her family's Greenwich, Connecticut home, designer Emma Jane Pilkington relies on restrained elegance for decoration. A circa-1850 marble tub from the , with fittings by ., sits in the master bath; the chair is , and the 18th-century vanity is French.
With design by Eric Egan, this 17th-century farmhouse in the Italian countryside is the perfect oasis, without losing any of its bucolic charm. The powder room's stone sink and brass faucet are antique, the circa-1730 giltwood mirror is Spanish, and the sconces are by .
At this 1870s carriage house in upstate New York, the decor is brimming with historic charm and rustic touches. The powder room wall is sheathed in reclaimed wood, and the light fixture is by .
In the master bathroom of a downtown Manhattan loft, you'll find an antique freestanding marble tub, a vintage Italian chandelier, and an inherited 18th-century painting. The custom-made vanities are outfitted with countertops and sinks; the sink and tub fittings are by .
A lover of the Arts and Crafts movement, Madeline Stuart devotes a new spirit to the California tradition of handmade artistry in her Beverly Hills cottage. There is a mural by Jean Horihata in the powder room; the circa-1890 Tramp Art mirror is American, the stool is Chinese, and the sink fittings are by .
A family's weekend retreat on eastern Long Island, with design by , offers an elegant twist on the quintessential pleasures of life by the shore. The master bath's original tub has fittings by ; the painting is by Xanda McCagg, and the stool is antique.
The transformation of this grand 18th-century estate in Bordeaux is worthy of Marie Antoinette. The bathroom's copper tub and fittings are by , the 1940s chair is by Jansen, and the linen for the curtains is by .
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