Pink: It’s a big trend for 2021 – so why not in the bathroom? Just try checking out these pink bathroom tile ideas and you don’t want to just add a touch of this stylish shade to your bathroom. We are certainly tempted! Pink bathrooms are everywhere right now and in so many different shapes, from bright Barbie dream home vibe rooms to traditional, rose-filled rooms. It can be as subtle or as comprehensive as you like. Check out our great design ideas below and find out which ones you love the most!
If you’re looking for more bathroom ideas, check out our entire feature too. And pink lovers that you absolutely must see in our Pink Room Ideas gallery next.
1. Mix blushing pinks with darker hues for a statement statement
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The great thing about this bathroom is the contrasting textures – the matte black painted walls and the shimmering pink tiles that serve as the back wall. The result is a modern look, which means you may be able to convince your other half to say yes to a touch of pink in your bathroom! The accessories and the irregularly shaped basin break up the scheme and the wood countertop adds extra texture. Do it!
2. Give pink bathroom tiles an Art Deco feel
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Chunky brass fixtures, a marble bathtub, and those adorable square pink tiles make for a fabulous designer-style bathroom. And we love the black Crittall window that is cleverly mimicked in the black edge around the tiles and across the top half of the wall. Glossy, shiny tiles are back so strive for shine and be bold in your choices.
3. Use pink tiles to zone your bathroom
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These rectangular metro style tiles look fabulous in this walk in shower. They zone the area and add warmth to the otherwise white walls. The patterned tile floor creates a decorative element and the colors, especially the light blue in the design, are similar to the pink. Therefore, it goes well together to create this harmonious scheme.
4. Choose an unusual pink tile shape
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Ice tones and unusual tile shapes make for an interesting bathroom scheme. We love the size of these pink and white tiles, they are bold, beautiful and really create the most perfect decorative aspect. The pink tiles are the perfect height and can handle splashes from the bathroom. Combine it with pink accessories in a darker shade to add depth to the overall look.
5. Make it easy with an all-round pink bathroom
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This is for those of you who want an all-over pink look! It’s pretty fabulous, isn’t it? We love the smaller tiles – they’re a great option for a bathroom, you can lay them horizontally or vertically in a brick or herringbone pattern, and the crisp white sink and top look modern on the tiles. Combine chrome for a contemporary finish and invest in some light pink, super fluffy towels.