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Barn Wood Bathroom

Barn Wood Bathroom

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This American flag folk art was pieced together from *** barnwood and then painted. A closer look at the piece reveals the wood’s ******* texture and weathering. The accent wall in this dining room, designed by Jordan Iverson, was reclaimed from a local barn from the 1920s. Barnwood is also used as shelving throughout the rest of the home. Amie and Jolie Sikes used salvaged barnwood to create this fashionable headboard. The barnwood complements the eclectic features of the room. Favorite Junk Gypsies Rooms » Reclaimed barnwood adorns the walls in Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s large country-style home. See the rest of the home » Faith and Tim’s dining room features weathered walls and exposed wooden beams. Tour the home » Tim and Faith’s kitchen also has barnwood walls, exposed ceiling beams and wood cabinets and floors. See more of the home » The interior walls of the Junk Gypsy Store are constructed from *********, reclaimed barnwood. Tour the store » LogHeads’ Tommy Mitchell’s office walls at Rocky Top Log Furniture are lined with reclaimed lumber from an *** barn. He likes to mix salvaged and ******* wood in his furniture design and artwork. Meet the LogHeads » Sliding barn doors in this home, designed by Maria Tocylowski, can be closed to create a ******* retreat or opened for easy entertaining in the ****** game room. Refurbished barn doors painted white create the ******* rustic headboard, topped with a custom Texas flag. *** barnwood planks are installed above the white brick and a gray mantel to complement the coffee table in this space designed by Anisa Darnell. The barnwood used to create this coffee table enhances the room’s rustic, country look. A rustic wood door reclaimed from a neighborhood barn creates privacy for this outdoor ******. The exterior of this home office is clad in reclaimed wood discovered in a barn dismantled in Atlanta. The assembly for the barn door that leads into the media room was created for only $100. Wheels were affixed to brackets and a track was fashioned from pieces of angle iron, *** bolts and a section of metal building tension rod. The Willis Clan lost nearly everything they had in a 2004 house fire. They now have many framed ****** photos organized on a wall made from barnwood. Meet The Willis ****** » This renovated bathroom includes a barnwood wall treatment and lots of ******* lighting. This unique room features bookcases made with iron and *****-kicked wood, vintage arched blue factory doors and a custom reclaimed iron and barnwood table. This master bedroom features a sliding barn door that adds country style to the space. This salvaged, gray-stained recycled barn door slides open for access to the pantry. This master bedroom wall is made of reclaimed barnwood and features a galvanized steel headboard, giving the room a high-end yet comfortable look. These custom faux barn doors provide a focal point for the room.
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Barn Wood Bathroom

Bathroom Vanities & Sink ConsolesOne of the main focal points in your bathroom is the sink console. Pottery Barn has both single and double sink consoles, so you can find the size and style that **** suits your space and specific tastes. We offer ******* models with multiple drawers for your soaps and makeup items, and bottom shelves that can accommodate all of your hair styling tools. Corner consoles are on the list as well. White, gray and espresso are popular colors when it comes to our bathroom consoles, but we also feature ***** and original wood pieces that are just as attractive.When choosing the sink console that’s ******* for your particular bathroom, perhaps the ***** factor to consider is how much space is available. For smaller bathrooms and half baths, a single sink mini console with limited counter space fits nicely in ***** spaces. Though small, they are still made to accommodate your bathroom essentials, with two to three drawers, shelf and cabinet door options for you to choose from. To make up for any missing storage space, take advantage of your vertical space with a bathroom storage unit or two. Metal, glass and wood shelving units that complement the style and material of your sink mount on the wall or tower above the commode to take care of towels, toiletries and trinkets needed on hand. You might also like the sleek look of a corner sink in your small bathroom, which is also a handy addition to an outdoor patio area, rec room or home bar.For bathrooms with a little more space, choose between a single sink with either standard or wide counter space. Our asymmetric sink consoles situate your sink on one side with plenty of counter space on the other, while a regular configuration puts your sink squarely in the middle with equal counter space on either side. Add a bath mirror and wall cabinet above or next to your sink, either mounted to the wall or recessed to be flush with your wall.When bathroom space is not at a premium, a double sink is a wonderful choice, especially for couples who share a bathroom and when the ******’s morning and bedtime routines call for multiple sets teeth being brushed and hair being combed at the same time. Double sink consoles have plenty of drawer, shelf and cabinet space for washcloths, hairdryers, shaving supplies and the like as well as give you generous counter space in between the sinks for soaps, toothbrushes and hand mirrors. Even if your bathroom space is a little limited, you can still have the luxury of a double sink console with a Piedmont or Apothecary double sink that leave a smaller footprint with the same advantages of two sinks.Once you’re set on the size of sink that **** fits your bathroom space, enjoy choosing between the materials, colors and styles of sink consoles. We offer bases made of reclaimed pine, solid poplar, ash with oak veneer, birch and MDF for when wood suits your fancy ****. For a crisp, clean look to your bathroom console, choose iron tubing with a chrome finish or beautifully stain-resistant stainless-steel. Top your base off with Carrara marble, Pietra Cardosa ******* slate, St. Francis limestone or white porcelain, all of which are as durable as they are aesthetically pleasing. Finish off the look with your choice of drawer pulls and door knobs made of various attractive and durable materials such as polished brass and nickel. In front of your sink console, give your **** a comfortable landing and keep your floor nice and dry with a set of bath mats.If you’d like a little extra help choosing the sink console that is just right for your needs, take advantage of our Build Your Own tool that allows you to create your personalized custom sink with a choice of bases, tops and hardware in our ******* collection. Mix drawers with shelves, asymmetrical tops with sink basins and so on until you get just the bathroom sink you desire. Read More
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Barn Wood Bathroom

Reclaimed wood has never been more popular, making its way from basement bars all the way up to elegant master bathrooms. Used on flooring, vanities, accent walls, mirror frames and even tub surrounds, this material adds warmth and rich texture. It’s also a wonderful contrast to the usual bathroom materials, such as glass, granite, marble and tile, which can leave a space feeling cold. “Reclaimed wood can be a once-in-a-lifetime gift,” says Nathan Daves, of Restoring Texas. But using it in a room full of potential splashes and steam takes some extra consideration. “At the end of the day, water is the evil kryptonite for wood,” Daves says. Daves also warns that not all reclaimed wood is created equal. A broken-up pallet will not withstand moisture at all like ***-growth pine lumber harvested from a pre-1940s barn, for example. Other good choices for moisture resistance are reclaimed teak and ***-growth cypress. Whichever wood you use and wherever you decide to use it, check out this list of ideas and advice to see if reclaimed wood will suit your bathroom.
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Barn Wood Bathroom

Beinfield Architecture PC 4. Add a different countertop atop a reclaimed wood base. If you’re turned off by the extra maintenance required by a wood counter, this is a good alternative. In this elegant bath, an open vanity base constructed from *** barn wood adds a striking material to the textural palette. The designers at Beinfield Architecture treated it with a clear wood sealer. Using a fan when you’re steaming up the bathroom is another way to help keep moisture away from your reclaimed wood.
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Barn Wood Bathroom

4. Add a different countertop atop a reclaimed wood base. If you’re turned off by the extra maintenance required by a wood counter, this is a good alternative. In this elegant bath, an open vanity base constructed from *** barn wood adds a striking material to the textural palette. The designers at Beinfield Architecture treated it with a clear wood sealer. Using a fan when you’re steaming up the bathroom is another way to help keep moisture away from your reclaimed wood.

Barn Wood Bathroom

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