Trend inspo: Pink Bathrooms

After saying we think pink will be big we thought we’d back it up by sharing the many fabulous bathrooms that have convinced us pink is the future!

1. Pink Nooks

Textured elongated metro tiles in a dusty pale pink decorate each delightful nook of this bathrooms. With details in gold and a bold monstera leaf feature the result doesn’t go overboard with pink, but makes the most of its fun vibe. Create a matching look with Leather Pale Rectangle Zellige from Bert & May (UK), Desert Bloom from Fireclay Tile (USA), or Zellige Vintage Rose from ClΓ© Tile (USA).


2. Fan of Pink

Add a touch of intrigue with a fan shape and mix shades of pink for a playful vibe. The tiles used below are Ice Cream Pink Mix 14 from Hup Kiong (Asia), though some lovely squat substitutes are Fish Scale Pink from Otto Tile & Design (UK) and Small Moroccan Fish Scales in 309E Grapefruit from Mercury Mosaics (USA).


3. TroPink

Blending the bold patterns and colours of tropical wallpaper and jungle themed decor with the warmth and loveliness of pink is one of the best ways to create a memorable bathroom. Featured below are Rose Mallow tiles from Equipe Ceramicas (Europe), though Borgo Pink from CTD Architectural Tiles (UK) and Shrimp Pink tiles from Bert & May (UK) would work wonderfully too.


4. Pastel Partner

Mix lovely light pink floors with equally lovely pastel colours. Sage green, baby blue, soft lemon all work with pink, especially when combined with a statement floor. The bathroom below uses Hex 25 Porto Capri Pink from Codicer95 (Europe), though Zip Line Rose from Claybook Studio (UK) and Echo Jaipur Pink from Zia Tile (USA) are fabulous alternatives.

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5. Pink Hex

Gorgeous pink hex features here as a fabulous example of pink perfection, and the importance of statement showers. Find your perfect pink hex with Red Cherry Hexagonal from Bert & May (UK), Handmade Hex Rosa Oscuro from Maitland & Poate (UK), or Pink Hex from Jatana Interiors (Australia).


Part two coming on Friday!

A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, December 2021.

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