Everybody loves pink. Even if someone claims that they don’t love pink, they’re probably just not being honest with themselves, or they don’t even realize what can be considered as being pink! Pink is so versatile. It can be calming or exciting, delicate or bold, light or dark.
Not everyone is willing to paint a room pink. I myself refuse to ever paint any of my walls anything other than white, but that’s probably because I have a lot of color in my furniture and accessories, and I like to let those items shine.
If you’re the type of person who is really keen to experiment with a colorful wall but you don’t really know where to start, the bathroom is the literal perfect room to try. While all your other rooms are there to make you feel relaxed and at ease, the bathroom is a really utile room, so it gives you the opportunity to play around and get funky!
That’s why we’ve created this collection of Pink Primary Bathrooms for all of you pink lovers out there. Hopefully you’re able to find all of the inspiration that you’re looking for to fulfill your very own home bathroom renovations and spiff-up projects!
1. The Subtle Art of Mauve Bathroom
Floors & Walls: We’re starting off this collection in a very traditional manner with this bathroom. Simplicity seems to be key here, with gray tiles, and a beautiful and subtle shade of mauve for the walls. This room provides a lovely combination of cooler tones with the floors and shower tiles, and the warmer tone of the walls.
Features: This primary bathroom features a wooden cabinet and set of drawers topped with a marble countertop and small under-mount sink. A spacious stand-up shower is decorated with a strip of speckled tiling running down the middle.
Decor: This space is minimally decorated with a vase of pink flowers, a piece of flamingo art on the opposing wall, and a lovely framed image of some pink coral. While there are so many pink features in this room, it doesn’t feel overbearing.
2. The Tiny Pink Tiled Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: This bathroom provides a really neat combination of blending older styles with newer ones. We have some really gorgeous antique wood flooring (which is already quite unusual to see in a bathroom) but crisply clean walls.
Features: This room has been superbly modernized with its tankless toilet, bidet, and heated towel drying rack, and spacious double vanity with under-mount sinks. Where this room gets really fun is with the dizzying array of differently shaded small pink tiles that have been used for the shower and sink backsplash. It provides quite a dramatic contrast with the wood floors!
Decor: This bathroom design is a rather unique one and doesn’t need much decoration because the tiles themselves are so bold! But that didn’t stop the designer from choose a hot pink chandelier to really send it into pink-palace vibes.
3. The Retro Blushing Pink Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: Now this is what I call a pink bathroom! Almost everything you see in the room is a beautiful shad of blushing pink, starting with the lovely retro pink patterned floor. I always love to see a bathroom with tiled walls, and this shade in particular is such a happy color of pink. My least favorite part of the design is probably the wallpaper on the upper half of the wall, but maybe it would have been too much to have the entire wall made of pink tile.
Features: This bathroom design is retro through and through with the double vanity featuring rounded knobs and two under-mount sinks. While it’s nothing fancy, it has its own little charm going on.
Decor: While this room doesn’t really have any decoration, I think it’s safe to say that it really doesn’t need any because of how vibrant and kitschy all of the main features of the room are. What sends it over the top for me (in a good way) is the shag toilet seat cover that’s also in pink. Why did those ever go out of style?
4. The Black, White & Pink Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: It’s like this room is the more modernized version of the previous primary bathroom that we just looked at. The designer did something smart here by using a darker speckled floor (which is always smart for a room that gets a lot of foot traffic) and combined that with a lovely blush pink tile for the walls and side of the tub.
Features: I really love this combination of deep tub and stand up shower, as you can just pull away the shower curtain and it’s like you’re in a spa tub. A tankless toilet really takes away any visual clutter, and a small vanity ensures that the bathroom feels nice and spacious.
Decor: While the room is currently undecorated, it’s the perfect bathroom to put plants in! Plants love humidity and they love light, so this bathroom would make some tropical plants very happy, and the green leaves would provide an excellent contrast against the pink tiles!
5. The Watermelon Pink Tub Bathroom
Floors & Walls: This super simple bathroom design makes quite a statement because of how bold the choices were. Combining the old with the new, we have some gorgeous and rustic antique wood floors, combined with super pale blue walls. This is a particularly nice pastel shade to combine with that juicy watermelon color.
Features: A very classic and plain bathroom with a very narrow but long tub, and a quaint vanity area with plenty of storage underneath and a top-mount sink. The only thing that is missing really is a mirror above the vanity!
Decor: This is a nice type of decoration to give a bathroom – happy plants! It’s an especially great choice in a room with big windows like these ones, and each color of green and pink really makes the other one pop. Sensational!
6. The Dream Pop Pink Bathroom
Floors & Walls: There’s just something really quirky and cute about this bathroom! I love small tiled floors, especially when those tiles give me a little bit of a pattern. The floor was probably the only aspect of the room that wasn’t updated, while the very cute shade of pink tiles with deep red trim was a lovely addition.
Features: Very standard bathroom features in this room with a porcelain toilet and modest pedestal sink, but it really has all that you need with a towel rack and two cute little bar soap shelves.
Decor: The checkered blue towels that were chosen for this room are such a good representation of how impactful contrasting colors can be! It goes the extra mile when those contrasting colors also have contrasting patterns. So much fun.
7. The Dollhouse Pink Bathroom
Floors & Walls: Here we have another pretty in pink bathroom design that isn’t too over the top, isn’t too subtle, but it sits right in the middle. While the choice of floor tiles is questionable, I am loving the baby pink paint for the walls and siding of the tub, as well as the floral wallpaper used for the upper portion of the room. The two combined really makes one feel like they’re in a dollhouse!
Features: This bathroom is equipped with everything you need: a lovely deep tub, a sliding shower curtain, a big vanity area with an under-mount sink and plenty of storage underneath, and a cute little window to let that light in.
Decor: This room is very minimally decorated but in a very cute way. The little starfish on the edge of the tub is just adorable and provides that water-theme vibe, while the little drapes matching the little accent chair is a particularly nice touch.
8. The Tropical Pink Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: Yet another simple bathroom design featuring some lovely pearly tiling on the floor to go with a very delicate shade of pink that’s been chosen for the walls. Large mirrors set above the vanity really helps make the bathroom feel bigger than it is.
Features: This lovely tropical themed bathroom features a huge vanity with some nice wooden cabinets and drawers, with a double sink and landscape windows.
Decor: Though the decoration in this bathroom is very minimal, it still gets the tropical point across with the bucolic shower curtain design and the awesome bamboo plant that’s set above the toilet. Just add a nice textured bath mat and some brightly colored towels, and you’re all set!
9. The Venetian Pink Bathroom
Floors & Walls: This is definitely the most extravagant of bathrooms that we’ve seen so far, and it’s coming from a very antique-themed place. We see a glimpse of some beautiful hardwood flooring which is already rather rare to see in a bathroom, and that’s been combined with some very dramatic hot pink wallpaper that’s been patterned with a metallic floral theme.
Features: This quaint bathroom features a gorgeous clawfoot tub with a cute little cosmetics holder, as well as a really beautiful pedestal sink with a glass shelf feature below. Though small, it really has all you need for a relaxing tub experience.
Decor: The designer really didn’t hold back when they were designing this room. A gold encrusted mirror has been set above the clawfoot tub, while not one, but two chandelier features provides that moody lighting we’re always happy to see when we’re about to have a bath.
This fun bathroom design has been sourced from Zillow Digs ™.
10. The Grapefruit Pink Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: I personally really love the layout of this particular bathroom, starting with some simple small white tiles to go with some light pink vertical panelling for the lower half of the room, and a lovely shade of grapefruit pink that has been chosen for the upper portion of the room.
Features: This bathroom features a super generously sized bathtub with a lovely tiled border, the toilet has its own little corner, and we have a built in double vanity with some really nice and modern bowl top-mount sinks.
Decor: The decoration in this room is keeping along nicely with the pink theme, with deep pink fuzzy towels, some floral curtains with pink accents, and a still life painting of a vase of flowers. Classic, simple, but very inviting.
This sweet bathroom has been sourced from Zillow Digs ™.
11. The Very Classic Pink Bathroom
Floors & Walls: This is definitely one of the more modern bathrooms of this collection, but more in its executed rather than aesthetic. This very elegant and proper bathroom starts with large white tiles for the floors, and walls with gorgeous moulding that have been painted a particularly lovely shade of blushing pink.
Features: This lovely bathroom features a tankless toilet, a quaint pedestal sink, and obviously the star of the show is this incredible clawfoot tub. I personally love the extravagant faucet feature that’s been implemented with the tub.
Decor: The design choices for this room are very intentional. They’re taking traditional designs but executing them with modern finesse and that’s apparent in the quality of the candle chandeliers on the walls, the quaint busts next to the sink, and the beautiful moulded painting about the bathtub.
This classic and clever bathroom has been sourced from Kohler.
12. The Bubblegum Pink Bathroom
Floors & Walls: Another classic and simple bathroom that is using pink to elevate it to another place. This room features some tiny hexagonal tiles (they really don’t make choices like that anymore but I just love it), some simple white tiling for the shower area, and the cutest shade of bubble gum pink walls.
Features: A very standard but lovely bathroom with a step in shower, a standard porcelain toilet, but a lovely vanity area with white cabinets, a light stone countertop and an under-mount sink. The landscape mirror set above the vanity helps make the room feel bigger than it is.
Decor: While the room isn’t currently decorated, a colorful or patterned shower curtain would a great way to incorporate a contrasting color. The room could also use some texture in the towels or bath mat, and I’m always a fan of having a vase of fresh flowers in the bathroom.
This cute bathroom design has been sourced from TW Homes LLC.
13. The Rustic Rose Bathroom
Floors & Walls: The most spacious of the collection so far, this extravagant bathroom starts with gorgeous limestone tiling that have been set diagonally (which always makes things a little bit more interesting) and a very lovely color of rose that has a subtle tinge of orange in it, which will brings out the color of the wood used for the cabinets.
Features: This entirely custom bathroom is really something incredible. Everything radiates from a stunning corner jacuzzi tub, including two complete vanity sets on opposite sides of the tub. Beautiful craftsmanship has gone into the cabinetry, while stunning top-mount bowl sinks bring the room into the modern.
Decor: This bathroom design is super on it with the vases of fresh flowers scattered throughout the room, but I think I would choose a different light fixture for above the mirrors, and I would also choose a lighter color for the bath mats as well to make the room feel a little bit more cohesive.
This gorgeous bathroom design was sourced from Artistic Renovations of Ohio LLC.
14. The Happy Pink Tiled Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: This super contemporary bathroom design is really something to behold. It’s using super delicate shades of pink for tiled floors and textured walls to make way for some beautiful magenta tiles that have been used for the siding of the bath tub and shower. We also see a darker pink accent wall that really helps tie everything together into one beautifully cohesive primary bathroom.
Features: I really love how the bathroom is really the focal point of this room. This is a bathroom that is dedicated to relaxation and luxury more than anything else, that’s apparent with everything surrounding the bathtub. We have an adorable little floating sink with a glass countertop and top-mount bowl sink.
Decor: This is probably the primary bathroom that has been best decorated not only in its simplicity, but it’s also really continuing the pink theme. We have a vase of beautiful pink tulips, an assortment of pink candles, pink sculptures, a pink sink, and a pink incense holder!
This Pretty-in-Pink bathroom was designed by Susan Jablon.
15. The Pretty in Pink Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: This is a bit of a different take on a bathroom, but I really appreciate how pink is being used in so many different ways. We start our pink journey with lilac pink floors, that go up to shining tan-pink wall, and another accent wall that’s made from gorgeous shining magenta tiles. I also appreciate the accent of wallpaper (or is it a decal?) right above the bidet.
Features: This bathroom truly comes fully equipped with a bidet, a lovely tub, a stand up shower, and two separate vanity areas, each with their very own top-mount bowl sinks. Towel racks are installed all around the room for very easy access.
Decor: With so many different shades of pink being used for this bathroom, you can really choose to be minimal with the decorations. I would personally choose cream colored towels and made a delicate orange floor mat for a little pop of color contrast.
This gorgeously pink bathroom has been designed by Трипольская Юлия.
16. The Pink Accent Bathroom
Floors & Walls: I think this may be my personal favorite bathroom of the collection. While pink isn’t the primary color, it’s a really lovely choice with the rest of the room, We’re starting with a very elegant black floor that leads to some small white tiles and that pink accent wall.
Features: What I really love about this bathroom is the absolutely gorgeous emerald green tile that was chosen for the backsplash of the tub area. The tub itself is gloriously deep with some nice faucets, and the other features are kept minimal with a tankless toilet and bidet.
Decor: This is also the only room we’ve seen so far that’s been properly decorated, starting with a gorgeous antique stool, some lovely tassled towels, and a collection of antique framed prints on the walls. So classy!
This wonderful bathroom design comes from Edilizia Oggi | Marco Paleari.
17. The Entirely Fuchsia Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: Now this is a punchy pink bathroom! This bathroom design is elevated through and through, starting with the fact that the floor has been painted the same gorgeous fuschia color as the walls, giving it a really expansive waterfall effect. It almost feels like this would be Barbie’s primary bathroom!
Features: Though completely standard in other bathrooms, the white feels particularly striking when it’s set against this shade of pink. All of the items are wonderfully modern with a squared tub, floating vanity with a black cabinet and top-mount sink, and a walk-in shower with clear walls.
Decor: This is really such a clever way to decorate – using a super bright primary color for the walls, and then using a super patterned textile for all of your towels that not only carry that color choice through, but it creates such a dramatic effect especially since every other aspect of the room is completely solid. Genius!
This amazing bathroom design is from Cyrus Ghanai.
18. The Raspberry Dream Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: We’re finishing off this pink bathroom collection with a rather classic design, but one that is really special in its execution. I love that the gently multicolored tile used for the floor was also used for the siding for the bath tub and little bench, and the choice of deep raspberry pink is such a dramatic one! What an effect!
Features: The features of this primary bathroom are particularly lovely, with a super deep jacuzzi tub, a little built in drying bench under the big window, and a double vanity with two top-mount bowl sinks. I also love how huge the mirror is to make the room feel huge.
Decor: With a room this big you can afford to go for it with the decoration. I personally would have put some mood lighting in here to really get in the tub-time mood, some super textured bath mats, and maybe some calming artwork around the walls, but that’s just me!
This stunning bathroom is thanks to Amplio.