by Michelle Gage
We are big believers in the color pink. This soft, feminine shade has been showing up everywhere in the last year. Pantone even gave this shade the coveted spot as one of its colors of the year. Whether you are working with a dated bathroom or considering a renovation, keep this color in mind. Pink walls, floors and soft accessories are gaining speed in bathrooms everywhere.
We are completely smitten with this marbleized pink wallpaper. Adding wallpaper into a small space, like a powder room, can add a lot of impact. Make it much more special with the inclusion of brilliant brushed brass hardware and accents.
This soft blush shade borders on nude. This cheeky tone makes this a smile-worthy space. Create a color blocked bathroom all family members can enjoy.
Amp up the color in your shower. Add this hot pink tile to your walls. Some unexpected color can go a long way in your shower space.
If you are trying to test the waters with this tone, paint just one wall. Stick to a lighter shade and splash some color onto an accent wall. Outfit your space with a little art to show off your unique personality.
If you have inherited an outdated bathroom, consider keeping it as is. Save some funds for renovating the rest of your home. Your pink tiled bathroom is making a comeback.
Even with the inclusion of pink, you can still have a predominately white bathroom. Add this stunning shade to your bathroom’s blank walls. Stock up on soft pink accessories to try this shade without too much commitment.
Nothing says “chic” like a bubblegum pink bathtub. Emphasize the stunning moldings on your wall with a touch of a slightly lighter pink shade. This combination creates a seriously soothing bathroom.
This bathroom features an unexpected salmon shade. When sticking with this shade, select rose gold metals for the faucets and fixtures.
There is literally nothing to not love about this bathroom. While we are totally digging the mini marble hexagon floor tiles, we are just swooning over the soft pink shade that was selected for the walls. These finishes combine to create a gender neutral, soothing space.
Make your white trim pop by choosing a colorful shade for the walls. This space is sweet without being too sugary. Include two home trends in your bathroom – pink walls and tiny floor tiles.
We would be remise if we did not show you the other side of the bathroom from the previous slide. There are few combinations we love more than pink and brass. This stunning shower situation is one we could soak in all Saturday.
If you are looking to make a minor change, just update your shower curtain. Switch out your tired option, for a slightly trendier selection. This bubblegum shade immediately draws your eye in. It is the perfect pop for your already beautiful bathroom.
Glass subway tiles add the perfect amount of pink to your bathroom. If you have brick walls and are on a budget, try painting those a blush shade. You can achieve this tiled look with a can of paint, provided your walls are brick.
Update your small powder room by simply painting your sink’s cabinet pink. Pick up a pint of paint at your local hardware store and resolve to make this quick fix. One day is all the time it will take you to transform your basic bathroom into one that is pretty and fresh feeling.
If you have not caught on by now, pink bathrooms really have a soft spot in our hearts. We are also pretty taken by yellow tubs. This winning combination is both strong and soft. We cannot help but dream about relaxing moments in this room.
If you are officially on the “pink bathroom bandwagon,” then this space is for you. This bathroom’s walls capture this trend beautifully. The majority of this space is a perfect pink shade, making it a winner in our books.
A pair of pink shower curtains really stand out in this mainly white room. Have a little fun with color without making a big commitment. Your shower curtain can be switched up every season, whereas your wall tile cannot. It is always best to learn to walk before you learn to run. Baby steps, people.
This unique bathroom design is certainly for the adventurous soul. If you are a risk taker by nature, try this take on a trendy pink space. This vibrant color climbs off of the wall and effortlessly onto the floor.
This cool bathroom has us thinking back to our old high school locker rooms. We are all about these nostalgic vibes. If you have a big family on your hands, give everyone equal towel space. Tiny hooks will do the trick – and look great against your pink tiled walls.
Yes, you can add a powder pink shower curtain to your bathroom, without making it too girly. This spaces appeals to both sexes. Crisp black and white shades help to balance out the blush toned textile.