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5 Charming Country-Inspired Bathrooms

Vintage details and a calming color scheme complete these serene spaces

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Perhaps one of the reasons why many appreciate the allure of the country style is because of the warmth it evokes and the coziness you feel the moment you step into the space. While many have already chosen to showcase this classic look in areas like the bedroom, living and dining rooms, and the kitchen, there are a few who have experimented with it when decorating the bathroom.

You might think that it's challenging to be creative in one of the smallest yet most used nooks at home, but there's so much that you can do! With just a few touches and the right pieces and accessories, you can make it extra comfortable and charming. Go all out with the country feel and check out these ideas and pegs:

Main photos from: Country Living and Design Chic.

Start with baby steps by incorporating antique accessories and decor pieces. You can hang a vintage lantern as extra lighting fixture or look for fixtures in copper or brass finish for a similar feel.

Photo from 12 Oaks.

The charm of the country style can be seen in the upcycled and repurposed pieces that you can fit into the space. If you're low on floor area, work on your walls! Add precious storage space by repurposing an old medicine cabinet or you can also turn a distressed window frame into a cabinet door.

Photo from Liz Marie Blog.

Treat yourself and invest in a clawfoot bathtub. While this piece can be quite expensive, you can use it for a long time (with proper maintenance!) and it's a perfect reward after a tiring day. This must-have can also give your private space a luxurious feel.

Photo from Country Living.

Country homes feature a light and inviting palette that seem to give off a fuzzy and comfortable feeling. When working on your bathroom, consider shades of white and blue to achieve a give it a clean and cozy vibe. 

Photo from Pixgood.

As with any other area at home, feel free to experiment with unexpected details. Consider having a barn door for the bathroom instead of an ordinary one. This adds character and makes your space extra interesting, too!

RL Tip: Looking for barn doors and other vintage-inspired essentials? Check out Vintage Hardware!

Photo from Design Chic.

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