8 Wood-Themed Bathrooms: From Mundane to Eccentric.
Bathrooms are one space in a home that can be easily ignored or seen as pretty mundane but some designers have updated the space with their use of wood as an element from standard to very unconventional ways.
Here’s a top 8 countdown of eye-catching bathroom details so far this year.
8. Jungle House By CplusC Architects
Wood is made the star of the space with the vanity, closet and shower floor area with all other colours and textures muted.
7. Perry Lane Renovation by Alterstudio
Master vanity at Perry Lane Renovation is the focus with beautiful wood panelling also mirrored in the wall behind with the light accessories in a golden tone matching the wood. Interiors by @clairezinnecker, photo by @mollyculverphotography
6. OD House by MONTIS SASTRE arquitectura
The highlight of the bathroom is the wood & raw stone vanity, with all other textures pared down to a minimum.
The OD House is a minimal but rustic home with a palette of calm nuances that reflects its rural surroundings while providing a very welcoming atmosphere. The house is designed by @montis_sastre_arquitectura+@jorgebibiloni_studio and is located in Mallorca, Spain // Photos by @tomeucanyellasphoto.
5. Greenbank Park By HYLA Architects
A dark tone bathroom with darker wood textures used in linear slants for the vanity area.
Architects: HYLA Architects
photographs: Derek Swalwell
4. Hidden House by @arch_terra
This is a very different use of wood as both the ceiling element and furnishing .
About the Project - Hidden House is an additions project nestled amongst dense bush-land and grafts a contemporary pavilion onto a 80's cedar clad home close to the Margaret River.
3. Paramount House Hotel by @breathearchitecture⠀
Paramount House Hotel has a unique bathroom design with an all wood shower tub paired with golden accessories. It's a design project by the Melbourne-based Breathe-Architecture. The hotel interiors take material cues from the Functionalist style Paramount House and in acknowledgement of its former association with the film industry, the delicate jewel-like crown is intended to capture the spirit and excitement of the golden era of film.
2. Elwood House Hotel by Splinter Society
Splinter Society have designed the modern interior renovation of a house in Melbourne, Australia. The focal point of this bathroom is the liner wood pattern that flows from ceiling to floor, matched with dark stone to give it a sombre feel.
1. Apartamento Leblon by felipehessarquitetos
We've seen all wood bathtubs but this bathroom is all wood. From the vanity to the walls and furnishing, it's definitely in a class of its own.