Choosing materials and elements for the bathroom is crucial. Different materials and elements bring different feelings and atmospheres. if you are looking for alternatives to tiles and marble, you can consider adding lots of wood elements to your bathroom.
There are many reasons why you should add wood elements to your bathroom. Tiles and ceramics tend to create a cold appearance feeling while wood elements add a warmness and earthy appearance to the room. It softens the interior and balances it as well.
If you are looking for the best inspiration, we have gathered some simple bathroom ideas with lots of wood elements to bring warmth and a spa-like feel to your space. Check them out below!
1. Wood & Marble by Nottdesign
Just like its name, Wood & Marble by Nottdesign is a residential project that uses marble and wood to design its interior, including its bathroom. Earthiness and glamor are united in this bathroom well. The result is a warm and elegant bathroom that looks luxurious.
Photographer: A. Avdeenko
2. Villa Amsterdam by HofmanDujardin
A simple bathroom idea with lots of wood elements also can be found in Villa Amsterdam by HofmanDujardin. Wood elements in this bathroom come from the floor, the shelf, and the vanity. The big white tub in the middle of these wood elements become a focal point of the room.
Photographer: Matthijs van Roon
3. N8A House by Holz Architekten
The simple bathroom idea with lots of wood elements in N8A House by Holz Architekten is about creating a spa-like feeling. Besides adding a warm feeling, the wood elements in this bathroom also help the homeowner to create a cozy oasis inside the house.
Photographer: Zooey Braun
4. House in Krakow by Kropka Studio
The simple bathroom idea with lots of wood elements in House in Krakow by Kropka Studio is perfect for you who have a small bathroom size. The presence of wood elements creates a soft, natural, and cozy appearance and feeling in this bathroom. Size doesn’t matter in this bathroom.
Photography: Kropka Studio
5. House in Vilnius by PRUSTA
If you are looking for a village atmosphere, this simple bathroom idea with lots of wood elements can be your main inspiration. House in Vilnius by PRUSTA uses lots of wood elements to create a village atmosphere in its bathroom. Pots of plants are also added to freshen the air.
Photography: Leonas Garbačiauskas
6. The HACHI Skyscape by WARchitect
The HACHI Skyscape by WARchitect is an awesome house that uses wood as the main material for its structure, including its bathroom. The simple bathroom idea with lots of wood elements in this house is about using wood to design the whole surface of the bathroom interior. The result is an earthy bathroom that is warm and neutral.
Image Source: WARchitect
7. Old Orchard by BMA Architects
Wood is also a perfect material to create a spa-like feeling in your home just like this one. Old Orchard by BMA Architects combines wood and marble to create a warm and spa-like feeling. Thanks to the large mirror, this bathroom looks elegant as well.
Photographer: JOSHUA MCHUGH
8. Brooklyn Townhouse by Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects
Brooklyn Townhouse by Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects has a simple bathroom idea with lots of wood elements which is also perfect for your small bathroom. In this bathroom, wood elements come from the wall, floor, and vanity. The bath tub and glass door add elegance to this bathroom.
Photographer: © Ty Cole
9. Residence of The Clématities by BOOM TOWN
If you are also looking for a bathroom with good organization, this simple bathroom idea with lots of wood elements can be the solution. Residence of The Clématities by BOOM TOWN is a modern house that uses wood to create a warm bathroom with good organization. Using different shapes of tiles os also a great idea to add texture.
Photographer: STEVE MONTPETIT
10. Quimby by Blaze Makoid Architecture
The simple bathroom idea with lots of wood elements in Quimby by Blaze Makoid Architecture is perfect for a large bathroom. The presence of wood elements on the vanity and the frame of the mirror adds warmness to this bathroom which is full of marble.
Photography: MICK HALES