I love log homes. They’re cozy and rustic and absolutely gorgeous. Kitchens usually hold the biggest wow factor for me. I did a post a while back featuring some of my favorite log cabin kitchens. This time we’ll be heading into some really gorgeous log house bathrooms.
As usual, I’ve scoured the web to find the original sources of these images whenever possible in case you want to contact the designers. With that said, let’s get to it!
The stone work in this bathroom is amazing. The designer somehow managed to combined light & open with rustic & cozy. The end result was fabulous.
This image was originally posted on loghome.com and was described as the Gifford Cabin Bathroom after the homeowners. Unfortunately, the page has since been removed.
The slate tile in the shower, the log ceiling, the slate on the bathtub, the stone counters… there’s a ton to love about this bathroom with a very rustic feel. It’s got both a log cabin and rustic farmhouse feel.
Talk about a bathroom with a view! This old-fashioned tub surrounded by modern decor in this Montana based log cabin definitely “works.” I’m also a huge fan of the floor.
Dark wood beams, slate tile and a unique design give this bathroom a mega dose of character. I also love that there is a skylight above to keep the bathroom from being too dark.
This bathroom features a slate brick shower wall with cobblestone floors. The dark wood paneling has a lot of character and is reminiscent of old barn wood. Love.
Talk about some gorgeous tile work! I’m not sure if the tile is marble or stone, but it’s beautiful whatever it is. The cabinets remind you of a deep colored barn wood and the green counter works in a way I wouldn’t have believed before seeing it in action.
The centerpiece of this bathroom is an amazing bronze old-fashioned tub, but the ceiling takes a close second place. The tile gives off a very rustic feel complimented by pale green cabinets and brown granite.
This is the second log bathroom we’ve featured by Lands End Development.
Once again, who knew green went so well with log homes? This log cabin bathroom features a lighter log color with light tiles and granite. And old fashioned tub and a modern mirror complete the look.
This bathroom is in a home called the Tinder Block in The Cove at Round Mountains community in North Carolina. You can find more pictures of the Timber Block here or get more information on The Cove in general here.
If you like the feel of lighter wood, you’ll love this cabin bathroom. A tub that feels like a hot tub surrounded by knotty wood, tile and granite that has a really “light” feel.
There’s only one word for this log home bathroom and that’s luxurious. The tile work is amazing, from the floor to the border accent tiles near the ceiling and the custom built ins leave a lot of room for storage.
Talk about romantic! The tile shower, the glass doors and lighting galore make this log home bathroom unique from pretty much everything else I’ve ever seen. And that tub!
This bathroom was designed by Random Harvest Productions Ltd., a design firm based in Canada. They don’t appear to have a website, but you can find their contact information on Houzz here.
This log home bathroom definitely has a rustic farmhouse kind of feel. The stone wall is amazing, especially when coupled with that traditional tub and when contrasted by the log walls.
The room was designed by Pearson Design Group, which is an architecture firm based out of Boze, Montana. You can find out more about them on their website here.