As one of the coolest spaces in the house thanks to all that tile, bathrooms often need to be coaxed into cozy territory. Sure, you can add plants in a pinch, or you can weave in wood. Not only does a natural material invite warmth, but it adds contrast, turning a plain space into a spectacular one. Flip through these loos for ideas.
A grainy wood floor invites tranquility and warmth in this exceptional spa-inspired bathroom. Note the precision of the slatted-wood drain, the cantilevered tub and the wall-mounted toilet. The tropical plant in the faceted vase brings a pop of brightness to the palette.
A refined wood vanity features a duo of whimsical sinks in this stunner of a bathroom, where a soaker tub reads like sculpture. Using wood brings warmth to the cool (in every sense of the word) room.
A custom-made floating storage cabinet and a wood-framed mirror inject warmth into this bathroom. To maximize the size of the mirror, the designer mounted the sconces directly onto it.
A Simple Strip
The wooden ledge is a slab of repurposed butcher block in this bathroom that’s mostly from IKEA.
Subway tile, stone and light wood aren’t the likeliest combination. Yet they coexist beautifully in this bathroom designed by the Property Brothers. The wood gives the bathroom character and warmth.
The star of this bathroom (and the rest of the house) is the wood herringbone floor designed by the Rock the Block team.
To the Wall
This gorgeous Japanese-inspired bathroom features not only a stunner of a soaker tub, but a wood wall and wood vanity. Also, we see you outdoor wood fence.