Believe me or not, remodeling any part of your home is a frightening experience. Rustic bathroom décor is characterized by involving dark earth tones and patterns of things like pine cones, tree leaves and bear tracks. The medicine cabinet could look as if it was made of a solid piece of wood and the knobs on your sink look like acorns. You should be afraid if your wallpaper might perfectly mimic Abraham Lincoln Logs!
As we review the rustic bathroom décor, a real log cabins are passé despite rustic cabins are hip and popular. If someone start going on about rustic bathroom décor, you should know that they want to make your bathroom look like it’s in a log cabin. Rustic designs can fit to almost all themes and designs from a log cabin design, a rustic country home, an Adirondack theme, a north woods cabin, or Lake Cottage home.
Natural elements can go with many compatible design themes that include dried flowers, field and rough natural stones, as well as many natural wooden pieces. Wood with many exposed knots, and rough, unfinished surfaces are common design elements that furniture is made of. The rustic theme designs reflect a sense of coziness and warmth as expected in a log cabin or cottage. The design palette of muted earth tones is complemented by natural colors.
Also outdoor colors of wood, greens, and warm autumn colors, including reds complement the golden hue of the wood which is common in these designs. When it comes to rustic bathroom vanities, it’s the type of bathroom vanity design that is still popular and has withstood through time. It’s very important to choose the right rustic vanity for your home because it serves as the focal point of your bathroom.
There are many factors to choose your rustic vanity according to them such as the type of the wood, the design and decoration of the piece, size, the countertop and sink, finish, and price. Mahogany, cherry and oak are types of wood that will capture the rustic look of bathroom vanities. Comes to the finish part, it’s as important as the type of wood. It protects the wood from water damages and gives it the rustic attractive look.
Vanity countertops are made of some materials such as porcelain, ceramic, glass, metal, stainless steel, copper, and aluminum. No matter what types of materials you’re going to use for the vanity countertop and sink, your choice is what matters and should fit to your bathroom design.