144 Bathroom Wood Counters Design Photos And Ideas

Monochromatic tones are juxtaposed with warm accents to create a palette that is both rich and contemporary.
The ensuite bathroom located towards the front of the original dwelling’s footprint
Master Bathroom Detail
Master Bathroom Detail
Guest Bathroom
The bathroom sink is large, yet thin metal walls keep it unobtrusive.
The master bathroom has a bamboo screen and a Deauville tub by Victoria + Albert. A vintage enameled metal sign from the London Underground is framed by the screen and a cactus that sits atop an African stool.
A new bathroom is located just before a step down to the living areas.
In contrast to the historic setting, the master bathroom is outfitted with modern fixtures including a double vanity, freestanding tub, shower and toilet.
In the basement, the updated bathroom includes a new shower and toilet. The bathroom walls and ceilings are waxed concrete, while the counter is made from fir.
The wardrobes, living room furniture and kitchen cabinetry were custom made according to the owners’ preferences.
The owners selected vintage or recycled furniture and combined these items with contemporary custom made furniture and cabinetry.
A typical Milanese tile known as “cementine” is used for the floors of the kitchen, bathroom, and service areas to create a dialogue between contemporary and traditional elements.
Saligna timber has been used for built-in counters in the double-sink vanity.
Saligna timber was also used for the floors, while OSB lines the walls of the toilet.
The downstairs bathroom features a waterfall shower. A glass shower enclosure (not pictured) has also been installed.
Clients can choose a variety of finishes, coatings, and layouts. Each SysHaus home is built with smart, durable materials, and all projects come with a 20-year factory warranty.
The smart design includes options like mobile-powered locks, security cameras connected to the owner’s mobile device, and a water control management system.
Seamless transitions occur between spaces. A frosted glass window allows daylight to fall into the bath space, while also providing privacy.
"Historically, this topmost room would have housed the silk weavers' rooms, but the room is now Zen, one where you might relax into a freestanding tub or sink into a bed of plumped up pillows," says Eayrs.
The second floor powder room.
Brass and bronze accents appear throughout the guesthouse, including in the Waterworks taps, Workstead pendants, and Rejuvenation mirror in the bathroom.
A skylight brightens the shower area.
The double vanity in the master bath has a concrete trough sink with a wood slab counter.
Sage-colored clay tiles line the shower stall in the master bath.
In the bathroom, the color scheme for the penny tiles reflects the exterior palette for continuity.
Built-in wooden storage and shelving systems keep the interior clutter-free.
Glazed, sliding partitions are used to separate or connect the rooms and functional zones. This makes the interiors adaptable enough for a variety of programs.
Even the bathroom offers access to the outdoors.
Grooved and ridged versions of the same type of Fir planks have been used to clad the joists to become the ceiling and the floors.
The planks are nailed vertically to the framework of the chalet, as well as its interior walls.
The sauna-like bathroom is made of cedar and features fixtures from VOLA.
Simple subway tiles decorate the walls of the main floor bath. A seamless concrete floor leads to directly to the shower with full-height glazing.
The new house provides the family with an additional 1,400 square feet of functional space.
Since there was no natural light inherent to the room, the architects specified a transom window to access the light from the main living area.
The walls in the shower and behind the tub are clad in slabs of Bianco Dolomiti marble. The floors are the same reclaimed bleached white oak used throughout the house. The light over the tub is the owner's, sourced from souks in Marrakech.
In the master bathroom, the teak vanity and wood screens were designed by Isaac-Rae and custom built by a furniture maker. The sinks by Apaiser were also made custom. The lighting is by Flos.
In the loft, the bathroom is located against an exterior wall . The faucet is by Hansa and the towel rack is by Kommod
The Guest Bathroom
The long and narrow master bathroom features Marmorino plaster walls, Fireclay tile, custom concrete sink, and Boffi Pipe faucets.
Bathroom in 1920s style
A spa-like master bath even has a relaxing wet room.
Like many traditional Japanese bathrooms, Wilkin and Pini’s is clad almost entirely in wood.
The bathroom integrates a sense of the outdoors.
A peek into the master bath.
The Japanese-style bathroom, which is clad in teak, features a matching tub and sink by Bath in Wood.
White tiles envelop the en suite master bathroom.
An open, glass-encased shower gives the homeowners the sensation of bathing outdoors.
The glazed vertical panels have fine, black silicone lines that define the joints, and solid rosewood frames around the operable windows.
Lacquered wallpapers bring a vibrancy of colour to the bathroom.
This trend is made for small homes. "I think this type of floor treatment is most appropriate in areas of transition, [like] entry areas, open baths, or even kitchens," says Zunino. Why? "It's a creative way to delineate space without a hard line." 

Photo courtesy of Studio M

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Architect Charlie Lazor designed this peaceful, lakeside prefab in Ontario, Canada with a Japanese-style bathroom, clad in teak, with a matching tub and sink by Bath in Wood.
Colthoff, project architect Jon Jeronimus, and general contractor Derek Nicholson used two techniques to build the house: post-and-beam for the great room and master suite and stick-frame for the guest wing and entry area. Near the front door, there’s a special tub for the owners to wash their dogs in after hikes. The basin has a low opening and is made of durable concrete, courtesy of Mag’s Concrete Works. The wood paneling is walnut.

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