Wood to heat the bathroom

Wood to heat the bathroom

White has long been the star of bathrooms, making them look cold and impersonal. Appeared in the 60s, colored bathtubs and sinks also experienced a period of success before falling into disuse. Today we want more naturalness and warmth, in a room where we spend almost an hour a day! Wood, mineral materials and soft colors make an ideal combination for a warm and cozy bathroom, which makes you want to take care of yourself and relax. Explanations in pictures.

A modern bathroom

Alinea Flee from conventional wisdom, wood is not the preserve of Nordic or rustic bathrooms! It can prove to be the modernity asset of your interior as in this original set imagined by Alinea.


Ikea With its very clear wood essence, this bathroom furniture is discreet while blending perfectly into the decoration of the room. The darker imitation wood floor comes when it wakes up the neutral tones of the whole, which shines with its simplicity!

Retro atmosphere

Maisons du Monde Here is a way to integrate wood in the bathroom that will not leave anyone indifferent! With this reproduction of grocer's furniture from the early 20th century, the centerpiece of a decorative set, Maisons du Monde signs an original collection of bathroom furniture. The French brand will certainly delight lovers of vintage.

Dark essences for a touch of modernity

Lapeyre Whether used on accessories or as a total look in the bathroom, dark wood immediately underlines the warm and friendly look of the room. We favor essences such as bamboo, teak or eucalyptus whose renderings are particularly aesthetic.

Nordic atmosphere

Leroy Merlin Wood plays an important role here in the ambiance of this arrangement: almost omnipresent, it is the star of this bathroom with the look of a Swedish sauna. Only the apple-green section of the wall shakes up this natural whole by bringing it a vitamin and modern touch.

Chalet spirit

Maison du Monde Maisons du Monde imagined this harmonious bathroom inspired by Swiss mountain chalets. The wood of the furniture remained raw, without patina or varnish, for a more natural style. A wall paneling warms the whole with its very aesthetic honey shade.

Special for small budgets

Ikea Do you want to integrate wood into your bathroom without having the necessary budget for a vanity unit or parquet? Why not lay a slatted floor! The example imagined by Ikea clearly shows that a wooden floor and some judiciously chosen accessories immediately bring a warm touch to this rather ordinary bathroom.

Minimalist design

Leroy Merlin And if you replaced wood with tiles ... wood effect! This very design earthenware is offered at Leroy Merlin: its soft and felted color warms the room while its texture allows an easy and practical maintenance. We adopt it without delay!

Rustic chic

Alinea Back to professional furniture with this practical and harmonious set inspired by postal sorting furniture from the 50s. The only difference is the wood which replaces the metal and gives a chic rustic look to this collection.