Designer bathrooms that demonstrate the power of pink 1

Did you know that there is a long and fascinating history behind the pink baths? In the 1950s, after World War II, pink was a deliberate departure from the modesty and wartime solemnity of grayscale color combinations. It also dates back to First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, who popularized the color when she wore it throughout the White House executives’ residence after moving in 1953 (in fact, it even earned the nickname “The Pink Palace”). Today, it may not seem like the most obvious color option to use in a bathroom, but more and more designers have incorporated pink, if not making it completely monochromatic. In fact, pink offers tons of variety; If you choose a powder pink shade, you can create a sexy and mysterious vibe, while a pastel shade radiates sweetness and a coral instantly energizes a space. If you’re still not convinced in the power of pink, the pink bathroom examples below will introduce you to your range, from modern to cheery and traditional or even relaxed and country inspired. Read on to learn about the pink bathroom trend, and jot down your favorite ways to use it, from a floor-to-ceiling bubble gum tile situation or keeping it low with a pastel marble vanity or a touch of flushed bedding.


It’s easy to feel stuck decorating a small chest of drawers, but limited space is actually a huge plus; Since it’s small, you can do everything you can without worrying about being overwhelming. Take this dressing table at Ailana Michelle Ralph’s house, for example. With a powder pink wall and a surrounding gallery of eclectic artwork, the small space leaves a strong impression. Household appliances & Furniture


Consider this a lesson in using soft, barely noticeable shades of pink. The beautiful blue and peach wallpaper in this bathroom designed by Anne Hepfer reflects the swirls of color on the marble cabinet, creating cohesion in this small corner cabinet.

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A clean stack pattern of monochromatic bubble gum pink subway tiles is surprisingly soothing to the eye. By placing them vertically, this bathroom designed by Studio Life / Style extends. Perabot Unik


Adopt your favorite color in the powder bath – this is the perfect time to be daring and create a jewelry box. Heather Hilliard opted for an energizing tangerine and cheerful fuchsia background here. Perabot Rumah Tangga


When you want to use various shades of pink without looking too playful, modern or loud, switch to the humble zellige tile. One of the many great things about zellige is that you can create a tonal cocoon that offers more variety than cookie stencil tiles or a single shade of paint. ETC.etera chose a rainbow of roses for this mosaic shower at the Firehouse Hotel in Los Angeles’ trendy Arts District. Property News