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30 Lovely Bathrooms With Exposed Wooden Beams
Wooden beams used to be a structural elements in the construction but today they are more like part of decor. Exposed wooden beams can add charm and coziness to any space, even if it’s a very minimalist one, and I’m going to prove that to you showing some beautiful bathrooms with wooden beams.
What Bathroom Can Welcome Wooden Beams?
Any bathroom can welcome wooden beams, from a rustic to a minimalist one. If you use them in a rustic space, they will match the decor and style and if you rock them in a contemporary or minimalist bathroom, they will contrast the space making it more welcoming.
a bright bathroom with penny tiles, rich-stained wooden beams, a clawfoot tub, a floating vanity and a wooden bookshelf plus lots of potted plants
a contemporary bathroom clad with concrete, with a wooden pillar and beam, a floating vanity, a round mirror and a sink
a contemporary bathroom clad with white subway tiles, with wooden beams and hanging bulbs, a built-in sleek vanity with two sinks
a contemporary bathroom in white, with a weathered wood floor, a wooden beam, a black marble floating vanity and a large mirror
a contemporary bathroom with a tub of concrete and a terrazzo floor, a wooden ceiling with beams, a floating vanity with a concrete countertop
a contemporary bathroom with concrete walls and a floor, wooden beams and pillars, a matching vanity with two sinks and a shower space plus a view
What Stain Is Better For Wooden Beams?
You may go for any stain, light stain is great for a very neutral and sleek bathroom, it will blend with the decor of the space. Dark-stained and rich-stained wooden beams will stand out in a neutral bathroom and accent it much more than light-stained ones.
a lovely coastal bathroom with rich-stained wooden beams and a window frame, an oval tub, a floating vanity, baskets for storage and ladders
a minimalist neutral bathroom with a wooden pillar and a wooden beam, a bathtub clad with white stone, a wooden floor and a small window
a neutral and welcoming bathroom with a wooden roof and beams, a built-in vanity and a shelf, a shower space and a mirror
a neutral bathroom with a stone accent wall, neutral tiles, a ceiling with wooden beams, modern appliances and a window with a dark frame
a neutral bathroom with wodoen beams, a blue clawfoot tub, a bench, dark stained ladders and a black chair plus a mirror
a neutral bathroom with wooden beams and a wooden floor, a light-stained vanity, a clad bathtub and a large wardrobe plus a large mirror
How To Pull Off Wooden Beams In A Bathroom?
Go for some echoing touches to make the space look more cohesive – these can be wooden vanities, wooden stools and other touches of the wood with the same stain. Think of rocking some other rustic decor touches here and there to make your bathroom more welcoming.
a neutral coastal bathroom with neutral large scale tiles and white skinny ones, an oval tub, a wooden beam and a wooden stool
a neutral contemporary bathroom with a shower and a tub, a double vanity, wooden beams and vintage fixtures and lamps
a neutral modern bathroom with wooden beams, a built-in storage space, a shower space and modern appliances
a neutral warm-colored bathroom with rich-stained wooden beams, a double vanity, a shower space and some pretty textiles
a pretty bright bathroom wiht a terrazzo floor, a light-stained vanity with two sinks, mirrors in gilded frames, a rich-stained wooden beam
What Pros And Cons Do Wooden Beams Have?
You may get less natural light if there are windows in your bathroom – beams will prevent your space from getting it. Installing wooden beams if you don’t have them, may cost you a pretty penny. Another disadvantage of post and beam buildings is their susceptibility to rotting. Often beams are on the outside of the home and are not covered. This exposure allows the beams, which are essential structural elements, to rot over long periods of time. Get inspired by the ideas below and decide to have them in your bathroom or not.
a refined white bathroom with white subway tiles, whitewashed floors, two free-standing sinks, round mirrors and dark stained beams
a rustic bathroom covered with weathered wood looking laminate, with wooden beams, a long open shelf and an oval tub plus pendant lamps
a rustic bathroom with a platform with a clawfoot tub, a free-standing sink, wooden beams, potted plants and some artworks
a rustic bathroom with a wooden floor, a ceiling with beams, a wooden vanity, a pendant lamp, some windows and a vintage bathtub
a rustic bathroom with a wooden roof and beams, a wooden vanity, an oval tub and a catchy star-shaped lamp
a rustic blue and white bathroom clad with wooden planks, a blue clawfoot tub, lots of wooden beams and pillars and blue textiles
a shabby chic bathroom with shabby chic frames and wodoen beams, a concrete tub and corrugated stee, a potted tree is cool
a stylish bathroom with wooden beams, navy hex tiles, a navy oval tub, a floating vanity and some art plus a glazed shower space
a vintage bathroom with wooden beams and floors, a separate space with a vintage vanity and a clawfoot bathtub
a vintage neutral bathroom with a wooden ceiling and beams, hex tiles, a free-standing sink, a mini gallery wall and a round mirror
an airy bathroom in white, with a roof with wooden beams, a clawfoot tub, a stool and some shelves with pillar candles is like a spa