Did Somebody Say Vintage Pink?justinplace
Although pink is not the first colour you would think about when renovating your bathroom, it has gained a strong following among designers.
We are not talking about pastel baby pinks; we are talking about blush pink and vintage pinks. These shades have greys and browns in them and other neutral muted tones making them very appealing for bathrooms. They work very nicely with grey floor and wall tiles and add a romantic twist to the design. They pick up browns and beige in timber vanities or wooden accessories and create a very comfortable feel.
Although we love vintage pink, like with any colour you might not want to go overboard with it. Otherwise, the result is a claustrophobic and too busy space.
Choose one area where you want to create more interest. Whether it is a shower wall, wall behind a bath or behind your vanity, it will look pleasing and refreshing.
Tiles that have variations in colour look stunning and create movement in the walls. The overall look is also much more flexible when choosing accessories like bath towels, soap base or even the colour of flowers.
So, don’t be intimidated by pinks – we all need some playfulness in our lives, right!