Pink bathroom ideas

10 chic color schemes that are just peachy

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1. GO RETRO WITH BLACK AND PINK

Photo: Drummonds.

Fancy a little retro flair? This sweet pink and black bathroom marries the classic Art Deco style color pairing bringing it up to date with a shower enclosure of handmade pink tiles and smart black tile beading.

The black is carried through into other elements like the radiator and light fixtures keeping the look contemporary and cohesive.

2. CREATE AN ECLECTIC SPACE WITH TERRAZZO

Photo: CP Hart.

This eclectic bathroom mixes artwork, textures, and styles with ease and uses the color pink as a gentle thread that weaves together the artful look.

Featuring a dynamic pink terrazzo flooring and delicate pink curtains, the characterful blend of pieces in the room mean the pink floor doesn't overwhelm.

'For those wanting to inject old school glamour into their bathrooms,' says Yousef Mansuri, Director of Design at CP Hart.

'Roll top baths, dramatic statement bathroom tiles, and traditional brassware, all united by jewel-inspired pink tones, make for the perfect updates.'

3. CREATE A MEDITERRANEAN WET ROOM

Photo: Future.

A warming pink can feel transportive and this Meditteranean-inspired bathroom with an earthy pink stone walk in shower wall achieves the impression of warmer climes.

The darker end of the hue is perfectly paired with white stone walls and a natural wood floor and ceiling.

4. MIX WARM METALLIC AND SHERBET SHADES

Photo: Mylands.

Warmer, sherbet hues – think pastels with a zingy twist – evoke an era of glitz and hedonism, plus are big in bathroom trends right now.

Hot pink hues colors pair perfectly with brass taps and showerheads - injecting a small bathroom with glamorous vintage vibes.

5. USE PINK TO WARM A SMALL SPACE

Photo: James Merrell.

This small bathroom is entirely clad in tiles and the rest of the items like the rolltop bath that fills the space and the sanitary ware are beautiful but hard surfaces.

Choosing pink tiles to encase the space instantly warms up what could be a clinical room.

6. PAIR A HINT OF PINK WITH GLOSSY BLACK

Photo: Farrow and Ball.

Whilst bathrooms can be a hum of activity in the morning, they can also be a space of calm and relaxation at the end of a long day.

With this in mind, consider a gentle hint of pink to start and end your day.

This sweet bathroom pairs a pale pink wall and matching vanity with a bold glossy painted black door and trims that pick out the room's period details.

7. CELEBRATE BRASS HARDWARE

Photo: Blakes London.

Polished plaster walls, marble tiles, and brass fittings are a winning combo.

This minimal space benefits from the playfulness of the rose-hued walls and is further softened by brass fixtures.

8. ADORN A TINY SPACE IN PINK WALLPAPER

Photo: Astrid Templier.

Every downstairs bathroom has the potential for a wow factor.

It's a simple fact that people tend to be braver with their guest bathrooms and experiment with bright colors or unusual bathroom wallpaper.

This tiny pink loo features Gucci's iconic heron print pink wallpaper which cocoons the tiny space.

9. IF IN DOUBT PAIR PINK AND WHITE

Photo: Blakes London.

Pink and white make a really classic pairing and the blush hue of the pink makes white sanitary ware and accessories pop and creates a fresh space.

This contemporary pink bathroom features a wall with delicate pink plaster and white orb wall lights that really stand out.

The basin is white marble with slight veining that adds depth to the pink and white scheme.

10. GO MAXIMALIST WITH BOLD PATTERN

Photo: Bert and May.

Pink is such a pretty romantic hue, so go all out by teaming it with an unexpected playful pattern into your bathroom with on-trend scallop bathroom wall tiles by Bert and May.

The energetic Ric Rac design boasts a sense of movement through comforting repeats and the pairing of red and pink make a vivid and bold combination to accentuate flowing patterns.

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