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Pink is deemed an ‘intimate’ colour if you’re to follow colour theory. It is said to represent the love of oneself, and to promote inner peace. In that knowledge, it’s hard to deny that pink makes a fully fitting choice for our bathrooms where we want nothing more than a bit of peace–and to find a love of ourselves no matter how rough we might look at the start and end of each day! Of course, pink bathrooms don’t always come in intimate soothing pastel shades; hot pink sure will get morning motors revving too. Whether you want soft and serene or hot and hyper, we flush out all the inspiration in this gallery of 51 inspirational pink bathroom designs.

Pink and precise. This pastel pink bathroom is made neat and sweet with very precise lines of pink statement. A pink vanity unit aligns edge-to-edge with its pink backsplash wall, and a pink vertical radiator drizzles another line of delicious strawberry icecream colour.

Tiptoe on terrazzo. Give a pink bathroom a stylish statement floor by laying terrazzo. It’s confetti pattern is spot on trend right now, and it gives a fun edge to a plain pink scheme.

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Or, back up your colour scheme with a terrazzo backsplash. A rose terrazzo backsplash brings in colour whilst avoiding solidity, so would be a great option for tinting an white based bathroom. Or, team rose terrazzo with pink concrete walls for an all out and stunning textured alternative.

Go glam with golden accents. A pink and gold bathroom palette holds undeniable glamour and, in this case, a certain vintage charm.

Go up the glamour scale by bringing in sparkling crystal bathroom lights and miles of marble.

Hotter than a steaming bubble bath, this fully hot pink bathroom design amps up the fun factor even more with some hot pink bathroom accessories. A pink graphic pink shower curtain matches the decal on the vanity, and a set of pink wall shelves complement the pink loo seat!

Make the most of your new colour scheme by investing in a whole host of pink bathroom accessories too. This pink vanity unit is topped with a set of pink candle holders. Don’t forget to grab pink towels, washcloths and pink soap dispensers while you’re at it.

This unique bathroom sink sets quite the style statement. The single towering column of pink ceramic would be enough to set the trend on its own, but we get a double pink whammy with a pink toilet here too.

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Colourful meets classic, meets contemporary, meets downright quirky! Although pink walls might be the first thing you notice about this bathroom design, there is a whole lot more going on. Sleek contemporary pieces have been mixed with classic and unusual elements to build a curated eclectic look. A trio of quirky bathroom vanity lights dangle from a ceiling cut through with a geometric pattern of LED strips, and a traditional cabinet offsets the modernity of a the vanity, mirror, and geo wall tiles.

Splash in some aqua. No we don’t mean fill the bath, we’re talking about introducing aqua blue elements to your pink bathroom design to create areas of deep contrast without heading to the monochrome spectrum.

Green has similar contrasting effect, although a deep leaf green tends to build more of a feeling of calm, like a walk through the park in a pink sunset. This pink and green bathroom design splits the colour ratio 50/50; light pink paintwork brightens the upper half of the walls, whilst green tile and bathroom furniture weigh the lower segment.

This design shows the balance of colour flipped around, with green paintwork spanning the upper wall space and ceiling, and pink tile flooding the lower walls and floor.

Although strong, the dark green and pink colour balance also works in small spaces. Note how the loo brush and trash can have been colour matched to the pink walls so that they almost disappear from sight–a top tip for cramped spaces.

Work light and shade into solid sections of colour by utilising different textured wall panels, like this beautiful ribbed backsplash wall.

Bump up the oomph in a basic white bathroom. A bathroom of standard white tiles makes a fine jumping off point for hyper statement pieces, such as a pink heated towel rail, pink vanity unit and matching mirror, and a standout pink shower curtain. This particular design lets the pink pieces shine brighter by keeping all bathroom fixtures white on white.

This pink and white bathroom design has a softer side, accessorised with gold fixtures and a fluffy pink bathroom mat.

Electrify your colour scheme with pink neon lighting.

Speaking of electrifying…

… One more!

Well, two more. Okay, now we’re done.

All up top. This pink and black bathroom design puts everything rosy right in eyeline, whilst everything down lower is solid black so that it melts away into oblivion.

Tentatively dip a toe into the pink trend with the teeniest of tints.

For those who are a afraid of commitment… By limiting pink input to bathroom paint only, you can create a colour scheme that can be changed out relatively quickly and cheaply–and best of all without having to call in a plumber.

Another isolated pink feature wall bathroom idea.

Make your pink feature wall a secondary style statement by hanging backlit vanity mirrors, and underlining the vanity with an atmospheric LED strip light.

A switch around of the mood lit pink and white bathroom idea. This time pink walls are pushed to the sides to let atmospheric illumination wash down a white vanity wall.

Pink and botanical. There is something super fresh about the lush greenery of live indoor plants against a room canvas of pink and grey. Create yourself a mini courtyard of sorts around the bathtub by laying pebbles and layering in planters at different heights.

If you’re not green fingered though, a static botanical backdrop pulls off the theme too…

… And with the right wallpaper you can revel in a really tropical vibe.

Pink lacking a little a little magic for you? Do it up DIsney style.

Go a cut above with concrete. You’ve purchased every single pink thing in the bathroom line, but now what? Putting pink elements in a raw grey concrete room instantly translates all items into on point industrial chic.

A little bit of retro goes a long way.

Step out of the safe zone, paint a bold salmon pink bathroom wall…

… Areas of grey will balance out the brightness.

More smokin’ salmon.

Keep it loose. This gentle blush bathroom design explores a loose layout of furniture and fixtures. A vanity table with vessel basin is stood next to an entirely different pedestal sink, by a mirror that is assigned to neither in particular. The result is a relaxed design that is not restricted by the norm.

Build a luxe look by combining pink statements with chunky black and white marble.

There can only be one star of the show–or two. Placing just one pink hero piece into a monochrome setting gives it showstopping effect. A dynamic duo of pink basins on a double vanity has the same effect.

Pink hero pieces give a similar result in a natural neutral setting, illustrated here as part of a pink and brown bathroom design.

Go for black grout to completely change the nature of pale pink tiles.

Colour with quartz or granite. This superb pink bathroom countertop has its subtle shade highlighted by illuminated vanity mirrors behind, and globe pendant lights above.

Pull a double sink bathroom vanity arrangement together with an area of focussed colour.

Pink vanity mirrors and pink reflective panels look punchy.

Shake up a samey top to bottom pink scheme with sections of differing tile texture.

Pink tiled panels provide all the colourful personality in this light grey and white bathroom. A glass vase of pink flowers adds a temporary extra flourish.

Colour block black on pink for easy impact…

… Smoked black glass on blush pink works too.

Pull together pink furniture, wood slatted walls and graphite grey paint for a fashion forward ensemble.

Fill in the gaps with pink flamingos. Well, why not?

Customise your bathroom with vibrant coral paintwork and complementary artwork.

Go vintage with a pink boiserie or wainscot encased bathroom design. Be sure to select a traditional pedestal sink and roll top bath with claw feet to really get that old manor house magic going.


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