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Proof That Pink Is Cool
The secret is out––pink is back in style in a big way. From millennial pink to rose to peach, there are endless ways to use a color that was once reserved for nurseries and little girls' rooms. Whether you want to dabble in a stunning can of pink paint or you're drawn to pink accessories instead, there are many ways to use this super trendy hue in every room of the house—but especially in the bathroom.
If you're lucky enough to have a gloriously oversized bathroom, like this one taken by annastathakiphoto, pink is a great color to add a little dimension and depth to the space. This soft pink is subtle enough that it feels nearly white, but with just enough tint to give it a cozy glow.Continue to 2 of 16 below.
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Paint Your Tub
There's one word for this eclectic bathroom from threeboysandapinkbath: stunning. This boldly painted pink tub is an instant centerpiece and sets the tone of the rest of the bright, fun decor. From the statement-worthy floor tiling to the rich navy walls, this bathroom isn't an afterthought in the home's design scheme, but rather a space anyone would love to relax and rejuvenate in.Continue to 3 of 16 below.
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Transform Your Vanity
Want to add a splash of pink to your bathroom without committing to floor-to-ceiling color? Take a cue from this adorable bathroom from bevmurf and give your vanity an easy makeover. Adding a coat of paint to a vanity not only gives your room a healthy dose of color, but it's also a great way to upgrade a standard vanity and make it look elegant and expensive.Continue to 4 of 16 below.
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Keep It Simple
One of the best things about decorating with pink is you can still create a modern, minimalistic space without being devoid of all color. This bathroom from peonie.cole.cottage is chic and mature, but the light pink walls add a little bit of color without taking away from the modern feel. The framed rose art also draws in the pink hue and ties the whole space together.Continue to 5 of 16 below.
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It's All in the Details
This lovely bathroom designed by tomtobey_builds is proof that sometimes subtle is best. Between the soft barely-there pink shade of the vanity and the pops of pink in the runner and artwork, this bathroom creates a uniform color palette that's simple, welcoming, and cozy. Keeping things monochromatic is a great way to introduce a cohesive look through the entire space.Continue to 6 of 16 below.
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Pink Cement Sinks
This utterly chic bathroom from norsuhome features stunning pink cement sinks that are instant focal points in the bathroom. Paired with the gold faucets in the bathtub and sinks, this pink bathroom is incredibly sophisticated, and the perfect inspiration to create a spa-like space in your own home.Continue to 7 of 16 below.
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Bold Pink Tiles
Whether your home came with retro pink tiling or you want to recreate this vintage look, this bathroom from 2lgstudio is proof that pink tiles have not gone out of style. To keep things modern, upgrade your hardware with a streamlined, contemporary shower head and faucet. By adding these little details, pink doesn't have to feel like your grandma's color.Continue to 8 of 16 below.
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Pick a Pink Wallpaper
Here's a bathroom from living_at_number_3 that's filled with endless personality and just enough pink to give it that little something special. The whimsical green and pink wallpaper behind the tub not only frames the clawfoot, but also makes the bathroom feel even larger by drawing your eyes up. Add in the innovative Edison bulb chandelier, and this is a bathroom worthy of a photo shoot.Continue to 9 of 16 below.
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Pink Chevron Walls
If you love the retro feel of pink tiled bathrooms, but want to give your own space a little upgrade, consider laying pink tile in a unique pattern—such as chevron, as seen in this bathroom from loveaudrey83. Simply by choosing pink tiles instead of white ones, this small bathroom becomes filled with endless personality.Continue to 10 of 16 below.
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Pick a Rosy Pink
Sometimes all you need is a can of paint and a fun wall hanging to transform a room. This bathroom from whitecliffsco features a medium rosy pink paint that adds depth to a cozy space without a full renovation. If the rest of your bathroom is simple, don't be afraid to experiment with bolder, deeper pinks that make the room pop.Continue to 11 of 16 below.
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The color pink can take a fun, unique pattern and make it even bolder. This bathroom from francishill_interiors is spunky, creative, and eye-catching, mostly due to the statement-making black and pink wallpaper. Not only does this wallpaper add texture and visual interest to the bathroom, but the rosy pink lends a happy, welcoming vibe.Continue to 12 of 16 below.
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An Upgraded Vintage Bathroom
This bathroom from sarahbytyqi is proof that if your house came outfitted with a retro 1950s bathroom, you should consider yourself lucky. The vintage salmon-colored tiles and the old-fashioned vanity look far from outdated when paired with updated fixtures and lighting. Simple swaps like new sconces or trendy vanity pulls can help a pink bathroom feel renovated and new.Continue to 13 of 16 below.
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Add Colorful Accessories
Another great element of pink bathrooms? You can feel free to experiment and explore as many bright, bold colors as your heart desires. This bathroom from T. Moore Home proves that simple pink tiles can look fun and original when paired with the bold rainbow towels and shower curtain.Continue to 14 of 16 below.
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Pretty as a Peach
This bathroom from Cuckoo 4 Design is a happy, warm space that just makes you want to smile. We love the use of peachy pink that gives off an inviting, cozy vibe. Pink comes in so many shades that there's no one-size-fits-all tint—try samples and swatches until you find just the right pink for your space.Continue to 15 of 16 below.
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Add Pink Accents
This bathroom from Lolly Jane is not overwhelmingly pink, but the bursts of color add enough pizzazz to spice up the space and give it a whimsical, happy feel. Updating an old dresser with a coat of paint is a great way to create a DIY vanity that is perfect for your bathroom.Continue to 16 of 16 below.
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Hints of Pink
We love this stunning bathroom by At Home With Ashley because it has just a hint of pink, but still feels utterly modern and fresh. Picking bold wallpaper (like this floral one) is a great way to weave in bold colors, such as pink, into your bathroom without sacrificing a minimalistic feel.