That’s Cool, Modern and Rustic Guest Bathroom

At long last, the very last spaces of Scandi barn are becoming finished, that’s any such thrill! It has been a while since the build began again in 2020, however matters were seriously not on time with the pandemic. So ultimately, I’m sincerely excited to show the toilet space inner Scandi Barn!

I nearly always layout bathrooms with the technique that greater is more. As long term fans will likely realize, I’ve frequently preferred bold colorations, styles and photo tile shapes in my toilet designs. That’s a design aesthetic I nonetheless very a lot enjoy growing, however for this bathroom in Scandi Barn I aimed to design a room that felt genuine to the pared-back area wherein it sits. This is the result: a modern and minimal meets rustic yet subtle rest room that attracts from Scandinavian and Mediterranean design. The bathroom is for visitors who stay within the new visitor bedroom, but as it’s also near the new the front door it can be used as a powder room, too.

So allow me take you round the space:


Much like the relaxation of Scandi Barn, I became to herbal materials and factors to deliver warm temperature and individual to the layout. The first factor you notice as you step into the distance is a custom facet-to-aspect concrete sink that I had fabricated regionally. I love that it stretches all the way among the 2 walls, it lends such placing architectural detail to the room. The sink pairs beautifully with the single handed wall-established Zura® faucets from Delta. I chose these as the Delta Faucet Matte Black end provided the smooth and minimal feeling I was trying to gain, and pairs surely properly with the current casement windows in the area. I’m virtually glad I select wall-mounted faucets as it offers the rest room an extended feeling and helps preserve the streamlined look of the custom sink.


I balanced those business information with plenty of texture within the form of woven palm leaf pendants, raffia storage baskets, earthy coloured walls and iridescent and abnormal zellige tile inside the shower. Everything on this area is designed to make you need to the touch it — it’s a tactile experience, which in my opinion is what toilets should be, especially ones of a minimal design.

Below the sink we hooked up a custom white okayshelf which helps add in addition warmth to the room but it also offers lots of storage for towels and visitor’s assets when they may be staying. Is there some thing worse than being in a lavatory and having nowhere to place your things down?!

I’m passionate about the woven palm leaf pendants. They are smaller versions of the only I used inside the visitor bedroom and I not handiest love their particular form and texture but how they make the room experience extra intimate with the aid of bringing the eye down from the excessive ceilings.

On the other facet of the rest room is the oversized bathe and rest room. Of direction, I had to add a touch splash of surprising pattern for the starred bathe floor. In my creativeness, it’s like getting into the glowing azure of the Mediterranean sea. And in any case, isn’t that what design is all about… embracing and living on your creativeness. These are handmade cement tiles which imply every one is barely exceptional and that they have a lovely chalky, matte end, which is so beautiful underfoot. I chose those because they feel natural and natural rather than shiny or glossy. Plus, I love how they’re imperfect in form, it gives them so much persona!



On the walls of the shower I extensively utilized Delta Faucet’s Matte Black shower collection. This series works flawlessly in the area due to the fact they coordinate seamlessly with taps, door hardware and casement windows. Again, their matte finish, vs. Some thing that was glossy or bright, makes them paintings truely well with this rustic but delicate layout.

I love that Delta Faucet gives a life-time guarantee on their products so I know they don’t simply look awesome however that they’re also exquisite high-quality, too. For the tile on the wall I went with a herbal zellige tile that has an almost iridescent appearance — so quite! Each tile is unique and complete of texture, which is exactly what I wanted. Much like the custom concrete sink, I desired the tile to have a secure and natural feeling, so the tiles’ chipped edges and cracks assist deliver just that. You really need to reach out and contact them as the feel is so inviting.


At the strategy planning stage of the construct, I designed the room in order that the toilet might be hidden around the nook. I did this in order that the toilet wouldn’t be the primary factor you spot whilst you stroll into the room. The quality part is that Delta’s Zura® series has coordinating rest room add-ons, which include paper holders, towel bars and hooks, which I extensively utilized inside the space to finish the general appearance.

What do you watched of this new guest rest room?