Taking a look at the interior decor trends today, you might think the 1920s are back. Different shades of pink, including millennial pink, rose, peach, and baby pink, grace everything from the walls to the furniture.
Thanks to the different hues of the color, there are endless possibilities for using it in the house. From adding pink accessories in the bathrooms to dousing the bedroom walls with pink paint, there’s a lot you can do with this trendy shade in every room.
The color, which was previously reserved for a little girl’s room, dollhouses, or nurseries, is now making an appearance in the overall home decor – particularly the bathroom. Here are some pink bathrooms for inspiration.
Why only use one shade when there are so many beautiful options available? The designers have done a marvelous job of balancing different hues of pink in this bathroom.
While the walls are blush-colored, the tile is a lighter shade, creating a juxtaposition. Likewise, the pink tub blends well with the floor tile.
However, the show-stopper is the artistic pink curtain. The light pink stool with an artisan plant pot on it takes second place.
If you don’t want pink to take over the whole room, you can confine it to one part, such as the pink vanity, in this case. The vanity is surrounded by black and white accents.
The trick is to balance the hues right. If you mix it up with a contrasting shade, the overall effect would be splendid.
Many people like to play it safe with blush and rosy hues. However, if you want to dial it up a notch, go for neon pink walls. In this design, the frameless mirrors seem like a built-in part of the wall, giving a clean finish.
At the bottom is an electric-blue cement sink with black fixtures. With only three colors in the whole room, the designers have successfully kept the shocking-pink in focus.
Again, if you don’t want pink to make an appearance in the main bathroom, you can use it in the shower area instead. The pink subway tile runs through the length of this shower stall while the tile slabs on the floor are a lighter shade.
Finishing the shower stall’s decor is a golden shower head, which is a much better choice than black or silver.
Having a pink tub in your bathroom is one of the best ways to spice up the room’s glamor. If you’re replicating this idea for the master bathroom, keep the tub in the center to focus attention on it.
For a small bathroom, designate an entire corner to the tub to bring personality and a cozy glow to the area.
Here’s a lovely bathroom that will get you compliments from all your guests. As you walk in, the rosy bathtub and the huge round mirror grab your attention.
Then, there’s a light pink vanity with a cute sink bowl to complete the look.
Although the floors have huge marble slabs, one wall of the room has a rosy wallpaper for an overall chic vibe.
The tile pattern in this bathroom is pretty unique. Even more impressive is the color choice as salmon-colored tiles cover half the wall. Despite being subtle, the salmon shade is the center of attention in the room.
Here’s another pink vanity to please your eyes. The hue in this room is quite muted yet still very visible. On one side of the room, you can spot a pink vanity while the patterned rug matches the vanity perfectly.
If there’s one option that you’ll never go wrong with – when used with pink – it’s golden. Both hues complement each other in the most natural and gorgeous way. Here, you can see a white marble countertop on a powder-pink vanity.
The rest of the room has golden items, such as the details around the mirror, light fixtures, towel holders, and accessories on the glass shelves.
If the darker shades of the color aren’t your style, take a look at these muted pink sinks. They go nicely with the white wall pattern, black countertop, and the golden fixtures in the sink area.
Here’s a cute idea that you can replicate with tiles or wallpaper. The shade’s presence in the entirety of the room creates such a happy feeling – a blessing if the bathroom is your favorite cozy space to relax.
Pink is already such a fun and happy shade. Thus, it allows you to be a little creative with the decor.
For example, the painting on the wall adds a certain funk to the room while the pendant lights further amplify the glory. Plus, the white tub looks perfect against the painted pink walls.
Wonderfully designed, this bathroom is a union between minimalistic modern and 20’s chic. The mirror definitely attracts attention, but it wouldn’t have been so eye-catching if not for the paint color behind it.
The rest of the bathroom is quite simple, with golden and white accents to keep the wall in focus.
If you don’t want to go overboard with the shade, use tiny accents in different corners of the bathroom. For example, in this bathroom, the towels, sink bowl, tiles in the storage area, and soap bottle are pink while everything else has neutral tones.
With abstractly-painted walls, golden accents, marble tiles, and a huge chandelier, this bathroom is an epitome of regality and class. Different hues of pink spread in the whole area make this bathroom a visual treat.
Looking for a design idea for the kids’ bathroom? Here’s the right choice. The pastel shade on the walls and counter space is complemented by the hanging light fixture and a silver mirror. It’s simple, uncluttered, and happy – just what a kid’s bathroom needs to be.
You can bring Barbie’s Dream House to life with this bathroom design. The chandeliers on the ceiling aren’t the only glorious thing in this bathroom. They’re complemented by the white pillar, rustic golden mirror on the wall, a chest of drawers with a mantle, and a beautiful clawfoot bathtub.
Additionally, the pink curtains and floor tiles add depth to the room, making it look as regal as it gets. Replicating this for the master bathroom might be a bit too much for most people but if you love the rosy vibes, go for it.
The vintage themes of this bathroom are exuded by the subway tiles, knitted rug, and honey bee painting on a corner. Plus, the patterned green curtains add an old school cozy vibe to the room. Although there isn’t a proper vanity, the countertop compensates for it.
When replicating this idea, you can replace the tile with wallpaper as an economical and less showy alternative.
If you don’t want a bright wall color, go for pink tiles behind the sink or vanity instead. It’s an excellent way to confine the hue to a single side of the bathroom while still letting it make an overall huge impression.
Plus, the golden light fixtures and mirrors in this bathroom set the mood, making the interior look even more sophisticated.
Besides golden, white is another hue that goes smoothly with the color pink. In this interior, you can see it blending in with the pink cabinets and accents beautifully. To prevent the bathroom from looking overwhelming, the floors have been kept black and white.
But then again, there’s a pastel rug to continue the rosy theme throughout the room.
If misused, pink tiles and walls can make the bathroom look overdone. Thus, if you want to play it safe, start with the vanity or the sink. For instance, this bathroom has a pink pedestal sink with a Barbie-style standing mirror.
The rest of the bathroom is quite dark owing to the black walls, wooden floors, and dark blue behind the sink. However, you can spot a blush ceiling contrasting with the other accents in the bathroom.
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