I can’t think of a cooler material for a bathroom than rough stone – it’s natural, eco-friendly and looks modern and luxurious at the same time. This material is durable and easy to find. There are many ideas how to apply it in design, for example, decorating the floor and legs of the bathroom with stones. decorate the walls and floor with stones – or designers simply use them to decorate the walls of the shower and sink. Stone bathtubs look great and warm, as do the sinks. Rough stone creates a rustic atmosphere with a natural touch, smooth stone creates elegance. See below for more ideas.
Stone walls, whether you choose one accent wall or all, are an amazing idea for adding texture and interest to the space and making it feel like the outdoors. You can apply such an idea to rustic, farmhouse, cottage, shabby chic, vintage and many other styles. You can accent your bathing area, sink or just shower area with stone and cover the rest with tile or wood. Play with the color, or if real stone is difficult to install, you can opt for decorative stone or tiles that imitate it. Floors can also be finished with the same stone or tiles if you want a stone-inspired look.
If stone isn’t your thing on the walls and floor (installation can be tricky), there are other ways to add stone texture and beauty to the space. Do you prefer stone sinks, bathtubs or vanities – they will definitely stand out in the room. Don’t go for more than one item at a time or it won’t stand out. Real stone slab bathtubs, sinks and vanity tops with living edges look fantastic and feel like the outdoors. Emphasize the imperfections, don’t choose smooth surfaces – that’s natural beauty!