With all this buzz around pink bathroom concept and pastel colors for bathroom tiles and fixtures are we going back into the fifties and sixties? You can if you want to. But you don’t have to use old retro materials if you want a pink bathroom or pastels. Now the pastels trend is bluntly obvious within any decorating style – industrial, modern farmhouse, bohemian, modern minimal, wabi-sabi, traditional, just to name a few.
Here I am showing you just a few examples of my favorite design picks. They inspire me, so hopefully, you won’t be indifferent as well. I also enclose a shopping resource guide which I created especially for you. I included my suggestions for the bathroom fixtures that will sustain the test of time in terms of color if you are concerned with being too trendy.
So, let’s start with inspiration images.
To me, this unapologetically pink bathroom is a futuristic take on feminine and masculine, streamline geometric forms and rounded shapes, sharp contrasts and clean lines. It is as much modern as it is classic. Black, slim hardware reminds me of luxurious and sexy lingerie. It is naughty and glamorous. Well, before I start getting wild with my fantasies, let’s continue.
This bathroom above is one of my absolute favorites. I admire the ability of Jenkins Interiors to create this bright and welcoming space. It is timeless in style and classic in concept. The application of wonderful shade of pastel blue on the ceiling is simple but yet luxurious. What an elegant bathroom!
Blush color walls in imaginative marble finish work with brass hardware and black cabinetry. Luxurious and refined, this is an artful interpretation of a modern classic.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to have a restful and fresh looking bathroom. This simple retro style all pink bathroom is intentionally minimal. The wall tile is light blush color is as delicious as a strawberry sorbet. It is not your ten-year-old daughter’s bathroom. There are no overly cute details and themes. It is soft and fresh without being childish. The immaculate installation of the tiles makes it look even more adult.
Who didn’t dream of taking a shower in the garden in mid-July? There is no limit to a creative process and many artists today use tile as an outlet. You can commission an artist to have a section of your bathroom handpainted. Keep the rest of the bathroom plain and simple, and just focus on one feature wall for the accent.
Using pastel blue ogee drop tile, white fixtures, and brass accents and hardware, Emily Henderson creates a modern bathroom with a traditional vibe. It is imaginary, glamorous but yet quite simple at the same time. Brenna Giessen wall art adds a splash of colors.
It never fails to use a contrast color for the tile grout to create a statement. Compliment simple wabi-sabi style vanity with a blush color tile to soften the look. Starting your day in this minimalist modern bathroom creates clarity. And you come back home late at night it can easily put you in a meditative state.
One of my favorite designers, Katie Ridder is a master of color and detail. here is just a subtle idea borrowed from her design above. If you like a classic country look, consider using an old table for the vanity. All you have to do is open it on the top and use it for the sink. I like how the wall paint color picks from the light blue of the floor tile. Subway wall tile is light cream color and it works beautifully with the grays and blues of the floor.
Resources for Pastel Colored Tile, Fixtures and Accents
- Rockwell Deck Mounted Basin Taps
- Rockwell Lavatory with Concealed Cistern
- Daltile Multi-Surface Tile – Tradition Blue Tile Field Tile
- Cleo Blush Bathroom Accessory Set
- Seafoam Duncan 1 Light Indoor Pendant – 14 Inches Wide
- Pink Duncan 1 Light Indoor Pendant – 14 Inches Wide
- Daltile/Expressions 3″ Coral Mist Porcelain.
- Susan Jablon Mosaics – 2×2 Inch Opaque Blush Pink Glass Tile
- KOHLER K-2099-1-55 Anatole Pedestal Bathroom Sink with Single-Hole Faucet Drilling, Innocent Blush
- KOHLER K-2354-1-55 Yin Yang Wading Pool Bathroom Sink with Single-Hole Faucet Drilling and Overflow, Innocent Blush
- KOHLER K-2347-1-55 Bancroft Pedestal Bathroom Sink with Single-Hole Faucet Drilling, Innocent Blush
- Sepp Bath Mat – Blush
- Kohler K-2008-8-55 Revival Pedestal Lavatory Basin with 8″ Centers, Innocent Blush
- Kohler K-2011-1-55 Revival Transitional Pedestal Lavatory with Single-Hole Faucet Drilling, Innocent Blush
- KOHLER K-2340-8-55 Bancroft 24″ Bathroom Sink Basin with Centers for 8″ Centers, Innocent Blush
- Spike Towel – Blush – Bath Towel
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