Bringing some life to an all white bathroom can be difficult. Rather than trying to insert bright colors, option for a tiled shower in a very light wood. The glossy texture will help it blend into the rest of your white bathroom but you can not go wrong with neutral.
Many farmhouse elements revolve around white and pale wood tones. So when you go looking to tile your rustic bathroom shower, it is a great idea to lean towards the lighter shades that will blend with the rest of your home. Find a tile that looks like a very light wood or even something that is white washed looking.
Here is an interesting twist: a subway tile shower enclosure with the tiles installed vertically instead of horizontally. This puts an emphasis on the height of the space plus the vertical lines of the tile pattern aligns with the window frame, the mirrors and other elements in the bathroom. It is also nice that the shower fits in the corner of the bathroom and has a transparent glass enclosure which maintains an open feel throughout the room.
Speaking of furniture turned vanities, rustic bathrooms are the perfect place to experiment with antiques. A hand me down side table might make the perfect rustic vanity for your little powder room. That odd kitchen island might look better with a sink on top.
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