Gain inspiration for remodeling your space with our favorite country-cottage bathrooms. Discover cottage color combos, country vanities, and the relaxing feeling that comes with it all.
Deep window trim, tall baseboards, and weathered wood flooring pay witness to this home's century-past beginnings. Sunny yellow walls highlight a vintage-look pedestal tub and eclectic artwork. A country stool and an antique area rug enhance the bathroom's assembled-over-time appeal.
Nothing says country like a sliding barn door on a wall-mount track. This door, with its paneled details and white painted finish, takes on cottage character to match the bathroom's timeworn furnishings and fixtures.
A little bit country, a little bit cottage, this bathroom pays tribute to long-ago lavatories in modern ways. References to farm life include a rural rendering, a canning-jar collection, and a primitive coverlet folded on an antique chair. The tiled floors and black painted wainscoting give a nod to cottage style in high-impact fashion.
Both cottage and country styles boast been-around-awhile features that make rooms appear as if they've been furnished over time. Here, beaded-board wainscoting sets a cottage backdrop that highlights antique furnishings -- including a vintage dresser, a chipped-up basket, and an industrial cart -- that find new life as storage pieces.
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Both European and American country influences enhance cottage bathroom designs. This bathroom leans toward beachy thanks to the sea-green shiplap walls and marble floor, but it also accommodates French antiques. A flea market chair and elegant side table bring unexpected charm to the utilitarian space.
A vintage milking stool and seashell-stuffed aquarium highlight this bathroom's mix of country and cottage styles. To get a similar look, start with a white backdrop that will show off chipped patinas and beachcombed treasures. Install vintage-looking light fixtures, faucets, mirrors, and hardware to instill an aged appearance.
Golden-brown boards warm both the upper and lower reaches of this breezy bathroom that features sea-and-sky hues. Glass tiles in varying shades of aqua and blue add surf's-up sparkle to the shower. The water colors continue as towels and accessories that energize white cottage tiles and cabinetry.
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Rustic patinas and vintage glitz combine in this luxury country-cottage bathroom. Posh marble finishes partner with wood-clad ceilings and beaded-board wainscoting to create a pretty setting for a statuesque soaking tub. A collection of mirrors magnifies light while adding another layer of opulence.
When used thoughtfully, all sorts of organic surfaces can unite to create pleasingly cohesive designs. Reclaimed boards craft an eye-catching barn door that slides open to reveal a ruggedly outfitted bathroom featuring stacked-stone walls and a river-rock floor. The raw wood reappears on a modern floating vanity inset in a sleek stone surround.
Simple Shaker-style cabinets work well in both cottage and country spaces, but they become beach-house fabulous when paired with high-end surfaces such as marble countertops and showy stone-tile floors. Subway tile around the tub, board-clad ceilings, and old-timey fixtures say cottage; the white finishes set a light and airy mood.
This bathroom's barnwood ceiling checks off the country box, while wainscoting, marble surfaces, and a sea-glass-inspired light fixture root the bath in cottage style. The stone floor and vintage-style cabinets marry the styles seamlessly.
A cabinet on wheels adds storage to this simple bath. Mixing materials and textures -- all in shades of white -- coordinates this bath and keeps it from feeling stark.
Large windows, a vaulted ceiling, and an adjacent dressing room create a grand feeling in this bathroom. A traditional claw-foot tub sits in the center of the room, giving the bather a direct view outdoors.