6. Baby Pink & Blue
A block of baby pink contrasted with an adorable shade of blue gives off cartoonish Wes Anderson vibes. The sweet shade is as pink as it gets, creating the perfect bubblegum bathroom. Used below is Piglet from DTile (The Netherlands) – though the pigment of the original tiles has been emphasised – with SUCC_002 from Tajimi Custom Tiles (Japan) and Marseille Pink Gloss from Victoria Plum (UK) offering a similar look.
7. Dusty Pink
Make pink a mature shade with dusty tones and a simple curved Art Deco motif. The tiles used below are Musk SSSX from Concrete Collaborative (USA) with Deco Tayberry from Original Style (UK) and Opal Maze Three from Bert & May (UK) being wonderful substitutes.
8. Patterns in Pink
A gorgeous combination of patterns makes for a rich and exciting bathroom. Blending geometric moifs with a floral decor works wonderfully, especially when the colour tones match. The floor in the bathroom below is decorated with Pink Flower from Jatana Interiors (Australia) but patterns like Cats Pink from Otto Tiles & Design (UK) or Rodese from Tilovely (Europe) work just as well.
9. Shades of Pink
Simple squares in many shades can be just what’s needed to tone down pink, or celebrate its many facets. Elevenuance Rosa from Tonalite (Italy) are featured below, with Campinola Pretty Pink from Claybrook Studio (UK) and Antique Blush from Elisa Passino for New Terracotta (Portugal) creating a similar look.
10. Pink Patchwork
Mix up the shower with a pink and white pattern. Go agular, curved, or both, and enjoy the variety. Pictured is Pink Split Shift One and Two from Bert & May (UK), although Flotilla Pink from Claybrook Studio (UK) and Powder Triangle from London Encuastic (UK) have a similar vibe.
That’s us for 2021! Happy New Year!
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, December 2021.