Rustic Bathroom Vanities To Upgrade Your Outhouse

Rustic bathroom style is in right now, and I for one am thrilled. Rustic bathrooms are so cozy, unique and nostalgic. It takes the best of nature, farmhouse chic, and craftsman characteristics and combines them to take a sometimes cold feeling space and makes it feel warm. Here are a few examples of unique rustic bathroom vanities that will upgrade your outhouse in a flash!

1. The Live Edge Slab Rustic Bathroom Vanity

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A live edge is when a slab of wood has not been cut on all sides and the natural edge of the tree is visible. This is an incredible feature to have in your home, whether it is your bathroom vanity, your kitchen countertop, island top, or kitchen table. It can be used in so many ways and is fairly affordable! Look for a local lumber yard to help you out. Now, just find the perfect vessel, undermount or drop in sink and you’ve got a rustic look instantly!

2. Bourbon Barrel Bathroom Vanity

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Living in Kentucky, Bourbon Barrels are a big part of our culture and heritage. We live in Bourbon country, and we’re proud of it. One great way to pay homage to our great state is by using bourbon barrels as a bathroom vanity! You can use an undermount or drop-in sink, but the easiest would be a vessel sink, as you only need to drill one small hole, and not much more. Regardless of where you live, this is a great rustic touch for a bathroom.

3. James Martin Driftwood Double Vanity

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James Martin Furniture Style Vanities are some of the most well made, beautiful pieces that we’ve seen for bathrooms. One style called “Savannah Driftwood” Is one of my very favorites for the rustic feel that it brings. Shop James Martin Vanities 50% off or more in our store today! Quantities are limited for many styles, but we can always custom order any James Martin Vanity that interests you.

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4. Industrial Farm Trough Bathroom Vanity

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This is such a creative idea! You definitely need some space to pull off this bathroom vanity, but how unique! Finding an old farm trough may be the hardest part, but after that, simply create some wood countertops, polyurethane of course, and add a stainless steel undermount sink (found here). Voila! Rustic bathroom accomplished.

5. Distressed Dresser Bathroom Vanity

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One of my favorite rustic bathroom vanity ideas is to take an old antique dresser, update it (or not) and add a vessel sink. It is pretty easy and painless. It adds a beautiful farmhouse chic feel to your bathroom that you just can’t find brand new.

Builders Surplus offers many bathroom vanity sink options. While many of our in stock and custom order products are online, the best deals are found in store. Quantities are limited, so stop by today! Bathroom Vanities in Louisville, Bathroom Vanities in Newport and Bathroom Vanities in Cincinnati are also available daily!
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Written By: Allie Bloyd

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