How to use pink in a luxury bathroom

Pink Vermont bathroom range

While the Barbiecore trend was at its peak in 2023, it’s had a lasting effect on the interiors world. Pink is now everywhere – yes, even in luxury bathrooms.

There is no doubt that pink can help you add a touch of contemporary glamour to your bathroom design. But did you know it also comes equipped with wellbeing benefits?

According to some psychologists and colour experts, soft and powdery shades of pink can have anti-anxiety attributes, promoting a calmer environment, while brighter hues denote energy and a joyful feeling.

Embracing this colourful movement is luxury brand Nôsa, who has just added Blossom Pink to its Elements bathroom collection, which comprises a modern freestanding bath, a curved countertop basin and a sleek shelf – all drenched in this sweet shade.

Luxury bathroom design with wall-mounted shelf, double basins, matching taps, two mirrors and a freestanding tub with a floorstanding filled in the centre of the room.
Freestanding bath 170cm, from £1397; Basin 56cm, from £247, and Stone resin countertop, from £237 for a 66cm basin shelf, all from the Elements collection by Nôsa.

The freestanding tub measures 170cm and is made from stone, which naturally retains heat, meaning you can enjoy your bubbly soak for longer. It also has a tactile matt finish and features sleek lines and curves to help you relax in true comfort.

The matt pink basin oozes modern, minimalist style and is ideal for elevating your bathroom vanity. And, if you want to achieve a uniform look, pair it with Nôsa’s matching natural stone countertop shelf, which makes the perfect solution for keeping your beauty and wellness items on hand.

The addition of Blossom Pink follows the brand’s recently launched nature-inspired shades – Olive Green, Mako Grey and Graphite. “Many homeowners are moving away from traditional bathroom colours and shifting to shades that create a more luxurious and relaxing space,” explains Mike Manders, chief executive officer at Nôsa.

“Alongside our earthy tones, the Pink Blossom hue allows for a playful contemporary interior design, across a variety of aesthetics including romantic, retro, maximalism and nature-inspired minimalism,” he says.

So, if you’re ready to enjoy the decadence of bathing in pink, here is how you can welcome this dreamy shade into your own bathroom…

How to use pink in a luxury bathroom

Name a more classic and charming colour combination than pink and white… we will wait. This pairing will forever be a match made in heaven.

Pink freestanding bath with wall-mounted brassware, pink side table, a robe on a hook and a white mat.
Increase your bathing and relaxation time with the help of the Elements Pink Blossom stone tub.

Start by choosing a pink freestanding bath as your centrepiece and matching wall-mounted basins and storage shelves to create a cohesive look while also giving the illusion of a brighter and more open space. Using white as the backdrop will make your colourful sanitaryware truly stand out.

If you’re more of a neutral lover, then embrace warmer tones such as creams and beiges alongside your soft pinks, which will aid overall wellness and personal serenity. For something a little different, why not give limewash paint or wall panelling a try?

Using natural materials is a great way of adding a touch of luxury to your bathroom. A marble bath stand, for example, will help you create a statement, opulent look while also visually zoning your space.

It’s equally important to ensure you keep a consistent finish throughout your scheme – from your taps and statement lights to vanity mirrors and hardware. Brass, for example, is ideal for completing your glamorous pink bathroom.

Luxury design with a marble stand for the tub, grand chandelier above it and vanity area with two mirrors and double basins.
Pink is an ideal choice for a zen yet opulent bathing and showering space.

Brassware and the finishing touches

Speaking of brass, accessories, taps and mixers in this stylish finish pair perfectly with a pink colour scheme. Gold accents will add warmth to cooler pink tones, creating more balance and harmony for your at-home luxury spa sanctuary.

For a decadent and sleek effect, complete your pink bathroom with Nôsa’s bath, shower and mixer taps in brushed gold.

Close-up of a wall-mounted bath filler and shower in a brushed brass finish.
Faro wall-mounted bath shower and mixer tap in brushed gold, from £477.

As for the perfect finishing touch, add a couple of house plants, which are not only beneficial to your health, but the natural green foliage also complements this type of scheme. Some species, including Anthurium, can absorb excess moisture, helping to prevent mould in humid environments – bonus.

Are you ready to make your dream luxury pink bathroom a reality?

Click here to explore the Elements Blossom Pink bathroom range.

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