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3 Steps for a Farmhouse Bathroom Project

FIND INSPIRATION + SHOP DECOR

Article by Hayley Hyer

Photography by Stock Images

There are several steps to renovating a bathroom. First, you have to gather all of your inspiration photos and pick out which elements you like best. You can do that with 21 Modern Farmhouse Style Bathrooms! Next, you'll need to shop for all of those pieces you are consistently liking in each inspiration photo. To make it easy, you can shop the links that are in Design a Farmhouse-Style Bathroom. Lastly, once you put the whole project together and have everything installed, painted and hung, you'll want to add some final touches to make it feel like home to you. You'll also want it to be stocked for friends and family visiting. Use Creating a Welcoming Bathroom for Guests to make sure you've thought of everything and are ready to enjoy all of your hard work.

1. 21 Modern Farmhouse Style Bathrooms

If you're thinking about remodeling your bathroom, consider this modern farmhouse trend. It's cozy and inviting while still appearing clean and contemporary. Here is a great way to look through different bathroom layouts you could do. There are even links to all of the furniture and decor so you can do the exact same design as one of the pictures or pick and choose individual elements from different bathrooms to make it your own.

2. Design a Farmhouse-Style Bathroom

Are you obsessed with farmhouse-style sinks, tile and shelves? You're not the only one! Right now, you can find endless ideas for farmhouse bathroom on Pinterest. It's so much that it can be overwhelming. Here are a couple of inspo pictures for you and where you can buy all of your favorite farmhouse bathroom details.

3. Creating a Welcoming Bathroom for Guests

"I like to make sure our guest bathroom vanity is stocked with a few everyday essentials that guests may need when they stay with us, including; travel sizes of shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, floss, and extra toothbrushes. Special touches I also like to include are a bath bomb or bath salts in case they want a relaxing soak and a small first aid kit. I always leave extra toilet paper and tissues in the cabinet in case they run out. This is my favorite category of items to have available for guests, I think it really helps make a guest feel at home when they don't have to ask for extra items or to borrow something they may have forgotten!"

—Allie Flurer

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