This post is sponsored by Floor & Decor. All opinions are my own.
I think I’ve made it pretty clear that my style is farmhouse. I like to blend different things into that, which is why a lot of my stuff is called, Industrial Farmhouse, Modern Farmhouse, or Rustic farmhouse. Those are my favorite three combinations and today I’m going to show you how to get that perfect (to me) combination for your bathroom by choosing the right flooring, tile, and complimenting bathroom necessities with everything Floor & Decor has to offer!
Industrial farmhouse designs are usually minimalistic in nature and combine lots of wood and metal, black and white with concrete; you might even see some brick in there. Let’s take a look at some tile and design choices to achieve this look!
Using Concrete look Tile:
Black Hexagons on the floor:
Wood Mosaic Accents:
Modern Farmhouse is different from industrial in that it has less harsh, lines, it’s lighter, and a little more traditional is mixed in. I’m starting to see lots of patterns on floors (which I’m a huge fan of), and lots of gray tones. Throw in some reclaimed wood and you are good to go!
Using Patterned Tile on the floor:
Source: Kate Marker Interiors
White Squares in the shower:
Source: Cherished Bliss
Black and White Hexagon Floor
Rustic Farmhouse is ALL about the reclaimed wood. You’ll see it on the floor and in the accents. It has probably the least minimalistic design element when completely accessorized. Sometimes more is more ; )! Typically Rustic Farmhouse Bathrooms are in the middle of Industrial and Modern when it comes to light. You definitely see some lighter elements in there, but don’t be afraid of dark either! They go well together!
Large Subway Tiling
Source: Jenna Sue Design
Wood Look Tile Flooring
Bathrooms might be one of my favorite rooms to dream up designs for. They are a small enough space that it isn’t overwhelming, but still enough places to do something a little bold and different! If you are in need of tile and flooring Floor & Decor has you covered with their vast selection of in stock choices! Look for your nearest Floor & Decor here!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Floor & Decor. The opinions and text are all mine.
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