25 Inspiring Farmhouse Bathroom Decor Ideas All Design Enthusiasts Will Love

updated Dec 14, 2023
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Wicker basket in newly renovated bathroom.

It’s safe to say that the farmhouse decor trend has swept the globe (thanks, Joanna Gaines), and all sorts of branches have emerged — from modern farmhouse to coastal. If you’re looking to revamp your bathroom, going for a farmhouse aesthetic can be a great choice for keeping the color palette simple and working with the materials already found in your home to create a soothing retreat.

But while we love the shiplap look as much as the next design lover (and you’ll see a lot of that here), you can embrace a new paint color and the tiles you already have for a simple yet stylish farmhouse bathroom renovation. Follow along to get inspired with these 25 farmhouse bathroom decor ideas.

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1. Naturally Neutral

With its white half-wood paneling, wooden flooring, white walls, and potted philodendron, the natural and neutral elements in this Virginia bathroom ensure it is the perfect place for both relaxation and reinvigoration.

2. Wooden Wonderland

What do you get when you mix shiplap with wooden floors and ceilings? A rustic, relaxing restroom that embodies the farmhouse aesthetic — perfect for a Minnesota cabin.

3. Classic Charms

We don’t know what we love most about this gorgeous bathroom in Ohio; the half-shiplap walls, the tile floor, the wooden shutters, or the antique rugs. All together, this Ohio home’s bathroom is just plain perfect.

4. Old Meets New (Use)

An old door of a wardrobe became a farmhouse-style bathroom vanity (with plenty of towel storage) in this Buenos Aires home.

5. Busy as a Bee

We’re trying to decide what we love more: the wall-mounted trough sink (which is primarily used to wash toy ponies in this sweet kids’ bathroom) or the busy bee wallpaper.

6. Shades of Gray

This elegant farmhouse bathroom is well suited for the Edwardian Yorkshire farmhouse it resides in. A clawfoot tub makes this space feel absolutely luxurious while decorative tiles and matching artworks up the glam factor. 

7. Bohemian-Inspired

Every room in this gorgeous Polish home is full of bohemian-meets-eclectic-meets-farmhouse style. The bathroom is no exception, featuring a simple color palette of green and white that’s made more visually interesting with well-collected decor, fixtures, and plant life.

8. Farmhouse by the Sea

This bathroom exudes the Canadian cottage’s motif of “English cottage meets Nordic countryside” and feels right at home by the water. Beachy touches upgrade the space to feel unique from the usual Pinterest finds for farmhouse bathroom inspo.

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9. Neutral Elegance

The bathroom of this Maine condo keeps things simple in terms of color palette while the mix of old and new makes this space interesting and inviting. The room, as well as the rest of the home, is inspired by antique finds and the owners’ gorgeous natural surroundings to make for a space that’s uniquely theirs. 

10. Crafty Chic

This Massachusetts farmhouse is swathed in personal touches, and many of its most impressive details are hand-painted and patterned. The bathroom wall treatment was designed and painted by the owner, and the rest of the space is full of her touches, from the tub to the gorgeous rug she collected.

11. Wooden Wonder

Jenna Shaughnessy‘s farmhouse sink looks lovely atop the wooden vanity in her bathroom, and those who prefer a more minimalist approach will appreciate her clean and simple setup. A round mirror works perfectly in this space, too, as does the addition of a cute little two-tone stool for bath products.

12. Shabby Chic Sweetness

Carissa Brown‘s bathroom is full of delightful shabby chic elements such as galvanized metal baskets, charming vases, and an abundance of greenery. Imagine yourself lighting a candle and applying a face mask in this calming space. Not a bad way to wind down from a long day!

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13. Double Duty

Sara Syrett turned a small space into a super-functional double vanity setup for two. Shiplap walls add visual interest to the space and a large vanity with two separate mirrors means that no one will get in the other’s way while getting ready.

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14. Simple Shiplap

Megan Wilson‘s space features many favorite farmhouse elements, including shiplap, an oversized wooden mirror, and cute black-and-white artwork. And though quote artwork can be polarizing, this piece is a lovely way to kick off your morning routine.

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15. All in the Details

Lisa Bass thought carefully about the finishing touches in her modern farmhouse bath. She incorporated a candle, flowers, and handmade soap, all of which add a homey, cozy feel to the space. And that paisley-meets-floral wallpaper is a lovely touch for those who want a bit more pizazz.

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16. Pretty in Pink

Sisters Kelli and Kristi of Lolly Jane turned an outdated bathroom into a glam farmhouse space in just six weeks. Beautiful tiles and a pink vanity add warmth to the room and make it the perfect place to start the day. The penny tile is a fun graphic element for creating a more layered, textured room.

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17. Rustically Artistic

Shannon Acheson hung dainty black and white prints with rustic motifs on her shiplap walls, which intrigue without making the space look too busy. She kept the space simple but stylish by sticking to neutral tones throughout.

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18. Modern Marvel

We also love Chelsea’s modern farmhouse project that offers plenty of style and storage. From the black hardware to wooden bath tray, she captured the essence of farmhouse bathroom decor as well as Joanna Gaines would herself.

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19. Sleek and Stylish

Ashley Thurman’s bathroom underwent a major renovation and looks stunning with the marble-topped vanity, gray-blue cabinets, and wooden accents galore. Stylish jars, canisters, and metal baskets provide function and personality.

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20. A French Twist

Sarah Vandiver’s farmhouse bathroom has a bit of French flair, thanks to the repurposed dressers and elegantly minimalist aesthetic. Plus, the  stool and metal toilet paper basket she used to fill an empty corner are perfectly on theme.

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21. Blue and White Beauty

Amanda Gordon‘s space veers away from the black-and-white motif often used in farmhouse-style homes and features darling light blues instead. The room is full of texture and personality thanks to colorful cabinetry, a pretty patterned wallpaper, and wooden accents that stand out well against the blue.

22. Petite and Sweet

How precious is this cozy cabin-like bathroom that Katelyn of Little Farmhouse on Taylor designed? The space looks even more adorable decked out for the holidays, and we love the touches of metal and Mason jars used for storage.

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23. Checks, Please

Kasey of SBK Living incorporated this patterned window shade into her bathroom to bring an extra dose of farmhouse flair to this charming bathroom. A small wooden sign, vintage-inspired lighting, and dark fixtures round out the room’s design

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24. Storage Galore

The galvanized metal mirror that Robyn Huff used above her bathroom vanity feels at home in a farmhouse-style space. Plus, you can’t get more “farmhouse” than a raw wood vanity with dark bin pulls. Simply changing out your hardware can introduce a sweet, easy farmhouse touch without buying new furniture. And to add to the charm try storing your towels in a wicker basket like this one from Serena & Lily.

25. Terrific Tile

Kara Woolery’s daughter’s bathroom features peel-and-stick floor tile—who knew?This is a great way to revamp a space on a budget without having to take on a big, complicated project.