Wood Paneled Baths, 6 Favorites


Wood paneling adds an organic element to otherwise spare spaces; here are our favorites:

Rural Office for Architecture Old Barn in Norfolk
Above: Stained wood paneling in a Norfolk house by Rural Office for Architecture from A Rural Remodel in Norfolk, Tithe Barn and Piggery Included.
Slow House by s O’Connor and Houle
Above: Horizontal wood paneling in a Melbourne house by O’Connor and Houle from Slow House: A Serene Cabin in the Woods.
Salt + Bones, Fritz House, Esalen. Big Sur, CA. Photographed by Laure Joliet
Above: Original redwood paneling at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California updated by Salt + Bones. Photograph by Laure Joliet from A Storied Retreat in Big Sur Gets an Update (for the First Time in 50 Years).
Jersey Ice Cream Co, Old Chatham, paneled bath
Above: Added reclaimed wood paneling by Tara Mangini and Percy Bright of Jersey Ice Cream Company from Old Soul: A Revolution-Era Hudson Valley Home Gets an Update from Jersey Ice Cream Co.

Above: A wood paneled bathroom made from reclaimed long leaf pine sealed with oil from our post: In Austin, a Woodworker Takes Affordable Creativity to New Heights.
Japanese-styled fumed oak-paneled bath in London designed by architect Simon Astridge. Nicholas Worley photo.
Above: Fumed oak-paneled in a London bath designed by architect Simon Astridge from Bathroom of the Week: A Japanese-Style Bath in London, Greenery Included.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on May 6, 2010.