20 Great Looking Industrial Design Bathroom Ideas

The industrial style design is quickly taking a new seat in popularity among homeowners who want a cool, sophisticated look in their homes. You can incorporate the industrial style into any room of the house. The bathroom is one that the design can really spice up; turning your bathroom into a spectacular example of both old and modern design by combining the look and feel of old industrial and manufacturer plants with a modern twist, so that you have a rough, rustic, and often weathered appeal, yet it is a fresh new look. You can be as creative as you want to with this type of design and make it as industrial as you want. For a most unique and relaxing industrial style bathroom to rejuvenate in at the end of a long day, here are some tips that can help you create it in your home.

1. Materials and textures

Mix-and match textures in the bathroom using raw materials such as brick, slate, tiles, metals and wood. Wood flooring gives the bathroom and authentic look. A brick wall behind the shower, or another main focal point wall, brings the industrial look into your bathroom nicely. Weathered wood vanities and countertops create an “old” feel, rustic yet warm and cozy. Pebble-tiled shower walls are classy, yet set the stage for re-creating the industrial feel. Urban gray tiled shower walls or around the bathtub are also a great choice for commercial looking bathrooms.

2. Color choices

Browns are a main color choice for industrial settings. Brown woods, brown walls, or brown accents, such as incorporating old ceiling beams, or weathered shelving units on a wall or around the vanity, among other ideas for the use of brown tones. Gunmetal gray is a favorite of the industrial look, and works well with lots of design options for an industrial bathroom, whether in tile choices, fixtures or more.

3. Fixtures and pipes

Overexposure is one of the biggest keys in an industrial design theme. You want to expose pipes, beams, brick, chains with strong, thick links and more. A white sink that exposes the metal pipes below helps to create an old-fashioned feel. Exposed piping that runs along the ceiling or down the walls really transforms your bathroom into the industrial era, or you may choose to install some of these elements if they aren’t already exposed.

4. Accessories

Choosing accessories for this style bathroom will mean choosing light fixtures that fit the look, such as an old train light hanging from the ceiling, recessed lighting, or elaborately style bulbs are unique and timeless. Wood-framed mirrors, a hands-free soap dispenser, or metal basin tub sink are ways to help bring industrialization into your home.

Your style choices will depend on the style of the rest of your home. You may want to scale the industrial look down to a simple and subtle industrial look and feel. Or you may choose to give it an entire industrial overhaul with industrial elements used in every aspect of the bathroom.

Here are 20 great looking industrial design bathroom ideas to view for more inspiration.

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