- 1 1. Charleston Fall
- 2 2. Lindfield Property
- 3 3. Alexander Julian Estate
- 4 4. Valley View
- 5 5. The Island
- 6 6. Langhe Country House
- 7 7. Wyoming Residence
- 8 8. Bethlehem Hill
- 9 11. Attic Bathroom in Essex
- 10 12. Kent
- 11 13. Surrey
- 12 14. Philadelphia Home
- 13 15. House in South Tampa
- 14 16. The quaint Edwardian meets the French provincial
- 15 17. The Dutch House
- 16 18. Rivertowne Country Club Residence
- 17 19. London Home
Do you have that used chair that you wanted to throw away or repaint? Think again! It takes two things to create a shabby chic interior – white or neutral tinted paint, and that weathered dresser or chair that has been lying around your warehouse for years!
Wouldn’t it be great, old ones Really reusing furniture at home? ? Most of the time, homeowners either sell their old furniture or just keep it in storage cabinets until they need to be tidied up again, but if you’re one of those smart women who like home projects and just bored of one afternoon, decorating your bathroom might be something that You can do for your home and your sanity.
In today’s list we would introduce bathroom designs with a shabby chic theme that are not only pretty but also really fascinating. You’ll even find that most of the bathrooms here have this distressed chair that just completes the look, and believe me, it actually does.
1. Charleston Fall
Using white for shabby chic spaces is one of my favorite perks with this type of Draft. You can just use white and basically play with it – add a little more color or add wooden furniture to accentuate the room more. In here, right next to the bathtub, we see a used-look chair that could serve as a seat or as a shelf for towels, bathrobes or telephones.
2. Lindfield Property
used-look furniture is perhaps the easiest way to find out if a room is something run down or a bit contemporary. Everything about the space is neat and clean and new – adding used furniture like a console gives this look an interesting finish.
3. Alexander Julian Estate
This bathroom sure has enough used furniture surrounding the stunning white bathtub in the room. The furniture here is definitely fun and has a cool story about how the owner or designer acquired them.
4. Valley View
A bit traditional, a bit farmhouse and a bit shabby – This bathroom by Schmidt Custom Homes also gives the bathroom a feeling of home! Very interesting! Do you not agree?
5. The Island
We only see part of this bathroom, but it definitely looks more interesting than many a bathroom I’ve been in. The mirror in this bathroom may be a little worried, but I don’t mind taking it home!
6. Langhe Country House
This photo looks like something out of a horror film – it seems to have a story to be shared with others; how beautiful this room is and how much cold this room gives us. Quite picturesque.
7. Wyoming Residence
That is sure to be a large bathroom! It has its own corner showcase and even a center table! Personally, I would be shy to use this tub because the windows are so open – but the entire garden is yours – then why not?
8. Bethlehem Hill
Double sinks are really something special – it makes Make a bathroom particularly beautiful because you and your significant other or whoever you share the bathroom with can use the sink at the same time as you actually use it.Goblet Avenue
Everything in this bathroom looks new, except for the table with the double vanity and the mirror directly above it. The combination of new furnishings and used-look furniture gives bathrooms or rooms like this one – a shabby chic inspired space – more interest and fun.
11. Attic Bathroom in Essex
This attic bathroom is truly a beauty! The furniture is interesting and the overall picture is just gorgeous! I love spaces like this because it shows a character you didn’t know this space could actually have.
This shabby chic bathroom is because of the unique pieces that have been added , totally interesting – the rectangular cupboard with a flower vase, the pictures and paintings, the decorative fireplace, the chair and the large mirror. All interesting things that made this room so wonderful.
Here is another bathroom photo that shows us that these bathrooms are shabby chic usually really ‘the chair’ that completes the overall picture! I like the vintage bathtub and the cabinet with the double vanity because it fits perfectly into the entire bathroom.
14. Philadelphia Home
Note that in this list there are some bathrooms with double sinks, which totally is fine, but check this one out because it looks really great and chic, especially when combined with the mirror and the troubled closet and modern bathtub.
15. House in South Tampa
This bathroom photo was taken of a house in South Tampa with a beautiful set of furniture, furnishings and design and definitely quality pieces! There are a few things in this bathroom that I think you would really love.
16. The quaint Edwardian meets the French provincial
I have the feeling that the closet that contains the toilet in this photo it could have been converted to a double toilet vanity, but then again this house could belong to a single woman who doesn’t need it, then the single toilet is fine.
17. The Dutch House
This Dutch house is located in Sri Lanka. This bathroom is certainly a work of art in itself. The bathtub in the middle of the room, the sturdy furniture in the room are sure to be nicely placed in their places that add beauty and interest to the room.
18. Rivertowne Country Club Residence
A well-lit bathroom says a lot about the right interior design – like a kitchen, Bathrooms with lots of lighting or enough window openings are sure to work well at killing the surrounding bacteria as the bathroom is often wet. In terms of design, this room sure looks stunning and is the best wedding cake you’ve seen.
19. London Home
I’m not sure if this bathroom is suitable for children because of the added stool to each of the toilets, but I think it looks totally cute and interesting.