Pink is considered a girlish color though it can be incorporated in many spaces besides girlish ones. Today I’d like to prove that featuring some ideas to incorporate pink into bathroom decor and do that with style to avoid a bubblegum-like look. Let’s get started!
Pink may be applied to the walls, you may paint all the walls or just one statement wall in the shade of pink that you like. One more idea is pink tiles, which can also cover all the walls or just one of them, besides, it’s a great idea to accent the sink area or the shower. In such a case it’s better to go for another color on the walls and choose some bold shade of pink or mosaic tiles to accentuate the zone you want. If you wanna more eye-catchy walls, add depth to the space with black touches and trim, or go for partly pink walls and partly black or cream molded panels. One more way to get bold walls is rocking partly pink and partly wallpaper walls considering that the wallpaper print should coincide with the pink part somehow. You may also go for a completely pink bathroom with pink walls and floors and add copper or brass touches and tropical leaves in pots for an ultimate glam look.
Furniture And Appliances
If you feel like subtle pink touches and not big changes, go for pink appliances and furniture to rock. There are a lot of pink console tables that you may use as sink stands, and you may also add pink stools or cabinets for storing towels. Modern designers also present various pink sinks you may choose from, in vintage and refined shapes and looks or in laconic and minimalist designs. One more chic idea is a pink clawfoot bathtub, which is ideal for a girlish or just vintage space, such a statement will make your space very refined at once. Get inspired!