We all spend a lot more time in bathrooms than we’d like to admit, so why not do it in style? An obligatory destination for any guests who may need to fix their makeup or 'relieve themselves' your bathroom has to leave a lasting impression to ensure your friends and family will be talking and thinking about it after they leave, so why not opt for the vintage look and take them back a few years. Creating rustic spaces is easy - exposing copper pipes and focusing on a lot of wood decor are simple ways to achieve this look. Today we’re going to share with you our Top Ten favourite vintage bathroom designs. Enjoy!
1. Don't stop at simply exposing your pipe work - go all out with this water pipe inspired faucet.
2. This rustic black sink not only goes against the norm of having a white sink but it screams 'Regency Period' - one for the Jane Austen fans.
3. Who said tiles were outdated? These mosaic tiles paired with this olive green bathtub create a contemporary yet vintage feel at the same time.
4. Quit being boring. Try making the unconventional - conventional! Turning this trough into a sink and vanity is truly inspired and wondering what else could be adapted in the same way.
5. You heard it here first, we saw the introduction to copper in 2016 - on bathroom taps and kitchen accessories. 2017 is going to see copper really come into it's own. Can you say "Copper cladded walls and copper tubs"?
6. Who needs a mirror above the sink anyway?
7. Combining rustic metals with wood really helps accentuate any vintage undertones you may want to create in your home.
8. It’s all about exposing construction with this design. Just leave everything unfinished. Da dah! Rustic.
9. Vintage doesn’t mean extravagant. You can create a minimal look with subtle additions like this oak vanity.
10. Why not try adding a modern twist to your vintage bathroom. This contemporary bathroom, although up to date, still screams classic minimalism.
Which is your favourite? If you have a vintage bathroom, be sure to tag us using #myspaceshack on Instagram as we’d love to see how you've embraced the look in your own home too.