The modern urban farmhouse is home design keywords that are very popular today as the natural aesthetic vibe is very much in sync with being grounded to Mother Earth and being respectful to her compassion. Growing up on farms and being surrounded by nature, incorporating rustic wood and furniture is a natural progression of the farmhouse decor style.
Find an old steel sink for the bathroom and convert a rustic chest into a vanity. Reclaimed old doors are used to make these chests and are very earth-friendly. Some have metals like iron and brass that will balance the energy in the room by grounding the negative ions into the earth.
Combine the new into the old. The bathroom glass shower disappears into the stone wall. The carved Tree of Life barn door adds softness to this rustic room. Exposed beams and a carved natural stone Buddha statue carries the zen ambiance through with a waterfall cascading behind it and lots of broadleaf palms accent the white stone walls. Exposed plumbing and electrical conduits run parallel to the cabinets.
A barn door slider made from Indian old doors gives the unique statement needed. The master bath is a sanctuary of calmness with Buddha carvings lined across the walls in old sandstone finish providing a nice contrast to the smooth countertops. The dual vanity sinks created out of a huge Haveli door sideboard has a granite top and utility drawers. The reclaimed oak wood floor carries on from the bedroom into the bathroom.
Sinks are put on top of vanities and pedestals. They have a variety of different kinds of sinks. They can be bought will all different types of colors. The vessel sinks come in china, glass, farmhouse, and temper of all different colors such as green, brown, crystal, and blue. There are also a lot of different shapes for vessel sinks such as round, oval, square, and rectangular.