Editors' Picks: Our Favorite Wood-Tone Bathrooms
Wood-rich baths became popular long ago and prevail as a warm and classic option
A sink vanity made from furniture, paired with creamy beadboard, add warmth to this bathroom while white walls and ample windows keep it bright.
See the gorgeous results of a growing family forced into a houseboat expansion within Seattle's height limits and the structure's original style.
Creamy beadboard wainscoting topped with cocoa-colored walls complement mahogany-stained recessed cabinets and matching vanities. A border of stone-look ceramic on the floor picks up the warm woodsy hues.
Frequently hosting their grown kids' friends called for a whole house renovation for empty nesters.
You don't have to use light colors to bring in light. Consider texture. Here, the sheen of multi-colored slate tiles reflects plenty of light coming from outdoors.
There are lots more wood-adorned rooms in this remodeled 1910 American Foursquare beauty.
A salvaged stained-glass window found a new home in this bath's detailed wood door, right beside wood trim and marble wainscoting.
Lots of salvaged materials and sweat equity brought a rough 1911 bungalow back to life.
A dark wall in a small bathroom creates the illusion of a larger space.
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Showcase the patterns found in natural materials. Here, the sink cabinet shows off the wood's striking grain.
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Such an earthy, organic space made with a mix of three different rocks and a lowered soffit feels as though it were carved out of a hillside—a hillside with great views.
Black and white subway tile keep the bells and whistles—like in-floor heating and a multi-jet shower—of this former spare room from looking out of place.
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Can't decide on a tile for your bathroom's walls? Pick more than one. Here, the bath walls are wrapped in variegated green tile, while squares of marble grace another wall.
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The wooden trim and vanity in this American Craftsman-style bath follows the movement's edict of sticking to natural colors in order to showcase the material.
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Lacquered mahogany, bamboo furnishings, and a wooden floor enliven this half bath.
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Stained oak mirror frames and matching cabinetry take center stage in this bathroom.
If the pairing of red and green makes you think of Christmas, think again. Here, the deep tone of the cherry-colored cabinets and the muted greenstone painted on the walls work together beautifully.
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Clean lines, a white wall and a white vanity top add lightness to dark wood and stone tiles.
For a sprinkling of color, turn an old glass window with bits of jewel-toned stained glass into a vanity mirror.
You don't have to get all matchy-match with the woodwork. Here, deep-red wood frames anchor the windows, and mirrors make the space feel roomy—as does the pale honey-colored cabinetry. Its light hue makes it blend visually with the similarly tinted floor and walls.
A bath with an organic shape complements its veined black stone surround.
An antique buffet-turned-vanity and baseboard wood trim used on the mirror bring cool, classic style to this bath remodel.
Period wood accents and a refurbished sideboard fool the casual onlooker in this converted carriage house bath.
A commanding dresser-style vanity and classic radiator cover surpass the bare minimum of a half bath.
Planning for a small space doesn't have to cramp your style. Half baths are full of decor possibilities.
Dark-stained maple custom cabinetry adds a rich masculine flair to marble floor tile and a claw-foot tub.
A leaking shower created the perfect excuse for a homeowner to trade in outdated style for something straight out of a traditional gentleman's club.
A niche-filling vanity with his and her sinks, and gracious mirror make this traditional bath feel grand.
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Rift-sawn white oak cabinets play off of clerestory windows and a limestone pencil edge in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Flooding cleared the way for Prairie and Craftsman style in the master bath redo.
Dark wood his and hers vanities and rubbed-oil bronze fixtures keep a seaside Cape Cod bath from looking beach kitschy.
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A small master suite can still accommodate a luxurious bath fit for royalty. A deep-toned vanity provides lots of storage, leaving more room to admire the tile shower surround.
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Barn wood finds a new home as wainscoting in this rustic-looking bath with chic touches and genius open-shelving storage.
View other salvaged finds in this charming 1911 rowhouse redo.
Dark wood from extra countertop storage keeps this former enclosed sleeping porch from looking too dainty.
A Victorian-era house got a full makeover—will the help of TOH TV—and became a lifetime home for a family.