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Pink is a fantastic color to use with interior design and decorating. In more muted shades, it can be used in the same manner as a neutral color, blending with several different tones. When used in more vibrant hues like the classic hot pink, it can be used in chorus with other bright colors, or their corresponding dark shades.
Lighter, softer shades of pink have a calming, peaceful effect. In contrast, the brighter, more dynamic shades are energetic and bring attention and energy to the areas of the room where you choose to incorporate it.
Let’s look over some ideas presented below and spend time watching the video too. These examples will give you some inspiration to start your own pink bathroom!
If you have an idea for a design, but you’re worried it might be too much, don’t be. Chandeliers, ceiling-mounted curtains, a standalone tub, and pillars look great with pink!
2. The Small Details
This whole room is a very muted shade of pink, bordering on grey or brown. The brown carpet on the floor helps draw out the more brown tones, helping the designer focus on the shade that they want to achieve.
3. Brick and Paint
Adhesive, vinyl brick can be used to decorate in a space where installing and painting pink bricks seems like too much of a hassle to get what you want.
A solid pink wall and floor, though pink, are not the focus, leaving you with the option to decorate however you like, as with this fern.
5. Wood and Stone
This bathroom has a very natural look, with marble surfaces, and a solid pink wall that gives a nice flourish to complete the job.
6. Pink Marble
These pink marble floors and walls are gorgeous, and the patterns create enough visual interest that not much else is needed.
7. Contrasting Neutrals
When working with pink, it’s a good idea to include neutrals such as the black and white floor or black fixtures, to calm it down. This is especially important when you start working with more attention-grabbing shades.
8. Marble Print
This pink tub and basin complement the wall very nicely, while the matching marble tiles on the floor and forward wall blend seamlessly, helping the bathroom seem bigger than it is.
These pink textured walls add a pink glow to the tub, accented quite nicely by gold fixtures, and the inclusion of a house plant to give some variety.
10. Partially Unfinished
Wood floors and an abstract pattern on the wall that is slightly dual-toned blend well together. The cabinet in the corner matches the color of the wood and has a pattern that matches the walls.
11. Utilize Neutrals
The different blend of texture in this bathroom is beautiful. We have a solid pink wall, a dark grey and white surface behind the mirror, and horizontal lines in the shower.
12. Sandy Pink
This bathroom uses an open plan to incorporate the outside of the house into the bathroom decor. The desert outside gives the bathroom walls a sandy feel, which blends nicely with the use of stone.
13. Wall to Wall
The choice to paint the walls pink but to leave the baseboards and cabinets white is a tasteful way to incorporate an accent color without putting in too much effort.
14. Accent Colors
Using several different colors of tiles in your bathroom is a great way to utilize an accent color. Whether you decide to use pink as the accent color or the primary color is completely up to you.
15. A Subtle Touch
Off-white, pink-tinted installations, like a sink and counter, is a smart, subtle way to include pink in your bathroom without it being too overwhelming.
16. A Cheaper Alternative
Tiling your bathroom is a lovely way to get the specific color and aesthetic that you’re looking for. So, when actual tiles are too expensive, you can use adhesive vinyl tiles instead, saving you time and money.
17. A Blush of Pink
Lighter shades of pink used with a more severe shade can be a great way to draw out a color that might be harder to discern, as with the dark pink flowers and the lighter shades in the wallpaper.
18. Simple Things
Try incorporating a pink bath mat, a shower curtain with pink accents, and a plant in a pink flower pot. Click here to view some pink shower curtains that could be just right for you!
19. Small Steps
Incorporating a new set of hand towels in the shade you want, or buying pink soap containers can help you start the project towards turning your bathroom pink.
20. Back to Basics
Pink tile is a basic but effective way to remodel a bathroom to get the pink shade you want.
21. Rose Quartz
The slightly peach, almost cream brown shade of the wall has its pink hues brought out by the inclusion of a central pink element.
22. Soft Paneling
This soft pink paneling behind the counter and mirror gives the bathroom a calming effect that is easy to feel, an almost tactile comfort that is present as soon as you walk into the room.
23. Dramatic Flair
If you are looking for inspiration for your bathroom, whether it be as a whole, or to take individual elements from, this bathroom just may have it all. Furniture, countertops, cabinets, lights, linoleum, flowers, window decals, and more. This bathroom has ideas aplenty to draw from!
24. Tiles and Tones
Soft pink tiles are a simple way to add the color of your choice to your bathroom. In addition to this, using small tiles will help make the bathroom look bigger than it actually is, giving you the big pink bathroom you’ve been dreaming of.
25. Pictures and Pineapples
If the pink in the wallpaper wasn’t enough, in this example, the bathroom counter is also pink, bringing a superior level of coordination to the table. Click here to look at some ideas for the perfect pink wallpaper!
The edges of the outcroppings in this bathroom have been highlighted in muted pink lights that focus your attention.
You don’t have to use a plethora of pink to be effective or have your effort be noticeable. For example, this bathroom uses grey walls and a lone pink tub to great effect.