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If this sumptuous master bathroom doesn’t make you feel like royalty, we don’t know what will. With arches, floors, and walls finished in pink marble all the way to the chair line, natural stone is a beautiful backdrop that speaks for itself. That whimsical crystal chandelier is the icing on the cake, while the bubblegum pink padded makeup seat carries the pink theme at home. Household appliances & Furniture


Commune Design opted for a burnt coral paint color that works almost as a neutral in this space. Along with mid-century inspired items and more industrial materials, this bathroom proves that some variations of rose can ripen and take hold. Perabot Unik


For the 2019 Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Designer showhouse, the Studio DB design studio lightens the mood in a corner bathroom with sweet caramel accents. The darker streaks in stone tiles also work to offset the more romantic pinks with just one touch. From the floor tiles to the sconces, the marble vanity and even the romantic bathrobe, Art Deco roots get a new contemporary and unique interpretation. Perabot Rumah Tangga

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Before we get vain, let’s talk about smart storage solutions in this Robson Rak-designed bathroom. Floor-to-ceiling cabinets provide ample storage space. Store toilet paper, cleaning supplies, and other loose materials behind closed doors, then display your decor and towels on open shelves. Bonus points if you mimic these soft tonal towels and bathroom accessories to reflect the wood grain of the storage unit.


An unexpected way to incorporate pink? On the marble. This stunning shower by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture and Design is like stepping into a magical cotton candy haven (one that’s not sticky, of course, as it wouldn’t be of much use in a shower). But seriously, if you’re wondering how to wear pink in a bathroom to still look timeless and classy, look no further. Property News