Gorgeous Pink Bathroom Ideas

Start the day in the pink with this hot hue

It won’t have escaped your notice that the clinical white bathroom is over. Or that pink is a colour that’s having its moment in the style spotlight. So put the two together for a bathroom scheme that’s truly on point.

Unless you’re already planning a renovation, opting for a pink bathroom doesn’t have to involve an expensive – or wasteful – overhaul. It’s a look that can be achieved with ease in a number of ways, utilising your existing bathroom furniture and sanitary-ware. In fact against a blush backdrop, white fittings really stand out.

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A fresh lick of paint is the most obvious way to introduce pink in the bathroom. Most paint brands are onto it with trend driven colour palettes and we’ve seen a beautiful spectrum of grown-up pinks ranging from the palest calamine to those with earthy red pigments from Farrow & Ball, Little Greene, Earthborn, Annie Sloan and Benjamin Moore, to name just a few.

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Of course tadelact –  or polished plaster – is another way to bring a beautiful earthy pink pigment into your bathroom or shower area. And there are professional firms who can apply it for you and ensure it’s waterproof.

Highlighting architectural features is an effective way to add a flush of blush or a burst of pink toned terracotta. We’d suggest avoiding any sugary, sacharinne soaked shades as these can look tacky.

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For larger projects the scope is even wider, with a wonderful array of pink tiles on the market. This gives the opportunity to incorporate two trends at the same time. There are chevron shapes from Topps Tiles, fish scale styles at Otto Tiles & Design and the ever-popular hexagonal Lily Pad tiles at Tiles Direct – all in gorgeous shades of pink.

Rather than tile an entire wall or floor, if you’re just after a splash of pink or a nod the the trend, think about a tiled splashback next to basin or bath – or in a shower room.

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Want to take things a step further? A free-standing pink bath tub is the height of decadence – and many companies, such as Waters of Ashbourne, Victoria + Albert Baths, BC Designs and Albion, will colour match a bath exterior to the exact shade you want. So read on and see what gets you tickled pink.

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