4 Bathrooms That Cleverly Mix Design Styles

ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN | BY | February 12, 2018

Our roundup of bathrooms provides picture-perfect inspiration on how to fuse rustic and industrial, farmhouse and modern styles. Read on for insight straight from the pros on how to materialize the home of your dreams.

IT’S A WASH

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This bathroom in Corona del Mar, California, was a balancing act for interior designer Tiffany Grayce Harris. “Every decision was meticulously made,” she says. “It was important for me to take a risk to create something exciting and unexpected.” Streamlined shiplap seamlessly conceals wall lockers and serves as a foil for the textured reclaimed barnwood-base cabinet and the natural stone countertop and flooring–a rustic-meets-refined design formula repeated with aplomb in the bathrooms that follow.

PHOTO BY RYAN GARVIN

AN INDUSTRIAL TOUCH

This Sonoma, California, space by Antonio Martins Interior Design pairs an antique industrial table holding a Toto sink with a Dornbracht faucet.
This Sonoma, California, space by Antonio Martins Interior Design pairs an antique industrial table holding a Toto sink with a Dornbracht faucet.

“Since the sink here is such a strong element, I kept the remainder of the bathroom simple with plenty of negative space, white-painted wall paneling and an absence of art.”

–ANTONIO MARTINS, antoniomartins.com

PHOTO BY DREW KELLY

CONCRETE IDEAS

Elizabeth Ingram Studio outfitted this Roswell, Georgia, bathroom with Ann Sacks tile walls, a custom concrete sink by Knack Fab and a Kallista faucet.
Elizabeth Ingram Studio outfitted this Roswell, Georgia, bathroom with Ann Sacks tile walls, a custom concrete sink by Knack Fab and a Kallista faucet.

“This bathroom needed to be chic, masculine and durable. The small hive-shaped tiles enliven the walls and add a sense of ‘prettiness’ that plays against the metal medicine cabinets and large concrete trough sink.”

— ELIZABETH INGRAM, elizabethingram.com

PHOTO BY WOLK PHOTO

WOOD ACCENTS

Brandon Fontenot Interiors equipped this Houston bathroom with wall paneling from Historic Houston's Salvage Warehouse --installed by Robert Sanders Homes-- Kohler tub fixtures from Morrison Supply Company, a shade from The Shade Store, a chair from Kuhl-Linscomb and a rug from Carol Piper Rugs.
Brandon Fontenot Interiors equipped this Houston bathroom with wall paneling from Historic Houston's Salvage Warehouse --installed by Robert Sanders Homes-- Kohler tub fixtures from Morrison Supply Company, a shade from The Shade Store, a chair from Kuhl-Linscomb and a rug from Carol Piper Rugs.

“We wanted to give this bathroom a little ‘oomph’ so we added shiplap, which also shows up in other areas of the home. The wood acts a nice splash guard too, as it is a lot more durable than paint.”

— BRANDON FONTENOT, brandonfontenot.co

PHOTO BY MAX B. PHOTO

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