There are numerous bathroom design themes that you can apply using the rustic mirror cabinet. You can put the piece inside a North wooden cabin, Adirondack theme, rustic country bathroom, Lake Cottage bathroom, and log cabin bathroom interior design. The mirror cabinet is one of the important cabinetries to spot in a small bathroom. It will be sparkling if you complement it with the proper lights. You can have southwestern inspired lights or the western ranch lights to illuminate the cabinetry area.
Many homeowners like to build the natural feeling in the bathroom. They want to show the people the beauty of bare rustic wooden cabinet. It can feature the bark look if you want to evoke the unique design. If you are interested to mimic the beauty of cottage or log cabinet bathroom design, use the log bathroom mirror cabinet. If it is not easy to get the log mirror cabinet, you can purchase the repurposed or reclaimed wooden cabinet. Leave it bare or you can repaint it in distressed tone. Match it with simple wall mounted sconces with black wrought iron frame. Make sure that all cabinetries in the bathroom are left unpolished. The painted or finished ones will banish the rustic feeling in the bathroom.
Don’t forget to make the rustic cabinet blend with other elements in the bathroom. Use the outdoor inspired colors to paint the wall, floor, and ceiling. Make the bathroom cozy by having the warm autumn colors such honey yellow, rust, cream, and red. The wall can feature the wrought iron shelving unit or ladder rack. Use it to hold various kinds of towels and robes. The wooden floor can be finished in dark brown tone. Spread a hand tied knotted area rug in southwestern print on the floor. Another rustic element is the wall décor. The beauty of a forest scene can be spotted on the rustic painting hung on the wall. It is okay to blend the rustic bathroom with wildlife. You have place a picture or photograph of bear or moose on the wall. Pick the wooden frame with knotted accent.
Published at Monday, May 02nd 2016 by Natalie Swedberg