Why Pink Bathrooms Are Back In Fashion

As one of the more surprising additions to the year’s hottest looks, pink bathrooms have suddenly found themselves back in favour – so what’s all the fuss about?

Like it or not, kitchens and bathrooms are often responsible for selling homes. In recent times, the latter has been regarded as a sacred space dedicated to both hygiene and relaxation – so the fact that pink bathrooms are currently en vogue may come as a bit of a shock. 

However, we all know that colour can have a major influence on the end result of a renovation, and a growing number of homeowners are using pink as a means to make a splash. For those sceptical about using such a tone, it’s worth remembering that the trend isn’t about shelling out for a fuschia bathtub, but more so harnessing the shades of salmon, peach and terracotta that are all included in this colour’s spectrum as well. 

How Pink Bathrooms Went From Drab To Fab 

According to industry experts, Australians began to turn away from decor inspiration sourced from the United Kingdom in favour of the United States soon after World War II. By following the outlandish trends coming out of America, Aussie home owners soon began to splash these tones around in large numbers after Mamie Doud Eisenhower – the wife of President Eisenhower – brought new life into the White House through installing pink bathrooms into her own quarters.

While pink bathrooms are still common in unrenovated homes that were built in the fifties and sixties, the look has since made a comeback through the current retro renaissance.  Serving as a neutral backdrop or as a statement pop of colour, pink has now been embraced as the perfect hue for attaining that eye-catching update – but how can the average homeowner incorporate this hue?

Copper Fixtures – For a chic, feminine and modern pink bathroom design, partner a tactile, fluted pink feature wall with graphic, geometric copper designs. The industrial style look that comes from copper hardware details, fittings and lighting perfectly compliment lighter tones of pastel pink walls, creating a luxurious and light filled finish. 

Marble For Luxury – Are you a fan of pink bathrooms but find the vintage look to be too daggy for your tastes? To elevate your bathroom renovation with pink while adding the wow factor, consider partnering this tone with a white marble look tile. For those who don’t want the shade to take over the whole space, it’s the perfect marriage of the old world and the new. 

Create A Feature Wall – If you’re a fan of pink bathrooms but don’t necessarily want to commit to the shade for the entire room, consider using pink for a feature wall. Regardless of whether you want a loud hue or something more subdued like an earthy shade that’s slightly more subtle, pink is a surefire way to make a statement, even if it’s just one wall.

White Subway Tiles – For those on the hunt for a bohemian pink bathroom that blends pastels and shades with a hint of brown or orange, consider pairing these tones with a stripped back white subway tile. For the more conservative renovator, adding a splash of white helps to modernise this look while still experimenting with colour.

Go For Greenery – If you’re looking to bring the day spa home with you, turn your attention towards adding more natural materials and going hard on the greenery. Often seen on Instagram and Pinterest, modern pink bathrooms look their best when filled with rattan furnishings and packed with ferns and vines. 

While upcycling materials is a great way to keep your cash in your pocket if you’re renovating as a beginner on a budget, sometimes purchasing new building materials is simply unavoidable. However, make sure that you opt for products that are best suited to your individual needs and matches in with the overall look and feel of your home. When in doubt, it’s always worth speaking to the professionals – but where do you find them?

Your Partner For The Perfect Bathroom Renovation 

While your options for renovating on a budget are almost limitless, selecting the right type of flooring for your home renovation certainly isn’t an easy feat. With each space, comes a different preference or priority: are you chasing style, functionality, or simply want the most bang for your buck?

In operation for over 25 years, at Tile Wizards we pride ourselves on getting you more – for less. We pioneered the warehouse format, and our stores are purposefully designed to make your selection easier, and ultimately offer our customers quality, price and the right advice. 

While we specialise in options for tiles, carpets, timber and a wide variety of hybrid flooring materials, our services have just expanded even more. For customers who reside locally in Bokarina, Springwood and Para Hills, Tile Wizards have now introduced a range of vanities and tapware products in store, making it easier than ever to start conquering DIY projects at home. 

Even if you are just after some honest and friendly advice – please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Tile Wizards today for a free quote. We’re able to work with you in order to bring your dream flooring solution to life.