Do you have a crush on pink? Well, I have a deep commitment to this colour – particularly one shade of dusty rose, which follows me everywhere, from fashion and nails to decor. And, for many years, a blush, freestanding bath has been top of my bathroom wishlist.
This romantic shade suits many bathroom styles, from modern to traditional. Although pink leans towards a more feminine style, don’t feel constrained by it but experiment with different shades and materials to find out how you can best balance this hue to suit your home.
Pink can be used in a variety of ways: from injecting subtle pops of dusty rose with new accessories to creating a moody scheme that Barbie herself would be proud of; try using fuchsia paint, tiles, and furniture. Even the tiniest dash of pink can refresh a bathroom.
Pink bathrooms offer plenty of versatility, so why not have fun with this dreamy colour? There is something so exciting, yet relaxing, about using pink as the main shade.
We’ve got lots of ideas on how to use a range of pink shades all over the bathroom – from my pink dream bath to blush tiles and coloured sanitaryware.
And, if you are tempted by the extreme, don’t forget to check out our Barbiecore decor round-up. Now, let’s explore this dreamy inspirational gallery: we are going to start off small with hints of pink and work our way to the rosiest hue…