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Bathroom Trend Watch: Modern Farmhouse

For those that like mixing the old and new, the modern farmhouse look is one to consider. It's become especially popular in kitchens and baths. We'll break down the components that make up this warm and inviting bathroom.

Trends to Follow

1. Brass Accents

From cabinet pulls and faucets to lighting and furniture, brass is everywhere. Brushed or matte finishes are especially popular, as shown in these sconces and mirror.

2. Sconces

Wall sconces that flank either side of a mirror is an attractive addition to this bathroom. And when you're getting ready in the morning, side lighting is a more flattering alternative to overhead lighting.

3. Industrial Shower Door

This industrial shower door introduces the "modern" into the modern farmhouse look. The black metal panes add definition and complement the softer colors and woods in the room.

4. Lighting Mix

Matchy-matchy is no more -- as shown in this bathroom. The brass sconces have an antique feel that it's in contrast to the modern glass globes in the chandelier. But they all work together to form a cohesive modern farmhouse look.

5. Freestanding Tub

For a while, tubs were being replaced with larger showers, but the pendulum has swung and tubs are back -- especially freestanding ones. The black feet blend seamlessly with the lighting, bath accessories and panes in the shower door.

6. Black Bathroom Accessories

A matte black towel bar, toilet paper holder, hand towel rings and tub faucet complement the other black accents in the room and pop against the white walls.

7. Mixing Tile

Using different tile styles defines each space and adds visual interest. The subway tile on the shower wall, pebbled shower floor and wood-look tile throughout create a striking statement.

8. Wood Look Tile

If you love the look of hardwood floors but don't want the high maintenance, look no further than wood-look tiles. They come in a range of widths and colors and can be used on walls and floors.

9. Open Shelving

Display your prettiest lotions, potions, towels, and baskets with open-shelves. The openness of these vanities makes the room appear more expansive.

10. Shiplap

Transform plain white walls with shiplap. These wide boards can run horizontally or vertically and create an aged look that's long been popular in barns and historic homes.

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