There are big and small ways to transform your home into the farmhouse chic space you’ve been eyeing in all of the interior design magazines. And sometimes those tinier additions can happen in the bathroom. Today, we’re compiled a list of 15 rustic bathroom DIYs to whip up this weekend. Have a look, grab the materials, and get yourself started.
1. Weathered White
The Weather Fox shows off how to create a weathered mirror for your bathroom. Of course, this is a piece that would look nice in a foyer or bedroom, but it’s also a surprising way to add easy style to the bathroom. Take the leap and follow the tutorial now.
2. Seed Box
How sweet is this seed box sprucing up the porcelain thrown? Olde Farmhouse will walk you through the details. but it would look great in any nook or cranny. Add fresh flowers to the jars or use them to organize the basics like cotton balls – or just use the box to store extra toilet paper.
3. Barn Door
What do you think about installing a barn door to your guest bathroom? This will completely change the look and feel of the space and transform the area around it as well. Check out more inspo at Home Stratosphere.
4. Bed Frame Towel Bar
Sarah Joy took an old, vintage bed frame and turned it into a towel rack for the bathroom. It’s a great way to add texture and interest to the walls – and even more so as a topping to your garden tub. With a shelf addition, you can also add some fresh decor to really roundabout that farmhouse feel.
5. Wooden Valence
A wooden valence for your shower curtain could be a unique addition as well. We like seeing these in living rooms, but it’s especially charming in a quaint bathroom as well. Check it out at Cedar Hill Farmhouse.
6. Wooden Hooks
Hooks in the bathroom are always helpful. You can easily organize your towels and robes which are necessities, of course! Over at My Fabuless Life, you can learn how to make one with an easy, rustic charm.
7. Toilet Paper Holder
Mountain Modern Life will give you some tips on how to make sure your toilet paper holder is on par in style as well. This industrial version is a great mix to a modern, farmhouse home. Hop on over now and learn how to turn hardware pieces into a new and improved toiler paper holder.
8. Window Storage
We’ve seen old windows turned into decor pieces, but what about old windows turned into storage for the bathroom. Cabinets can be easily made from recycled wood pieces and an old window – just check out this DIY from Liz Marie to learn how. You’ll be able to tidy up the bathroom and add that rustic appeal you’re craving.
9. Mason Jar Storage
Mason jar storage is an obvious addition to a rustic or farmhouse styled home. And Liz Marie gives us some of the best inspiration for it. There are multiple ways to decorate your jars and there are multiple items that you can stuff inside.
10. Towel Ladder
11. Magazine Rack
Four Generations One Roof will walk you through how to make your own wall-installed magazine rack. Your guests will get a giggle, but some good reading material at the same time. The kiddos will probably enjoy this one too.
12. Apothecary Jar Vases
Take some glass bottles and turn them into apothecary jars! Bless’er House will give you some free printable that can decorate your collection. And that collection can be used to organize or decorate the bathroom.