Tiles large and small are one of the most common ways to incorporate colour into a bathroom. Use millennial pink tiling to cover an entire wall, floor, or simply use it as a splashback for your vanity, or as a feature point on an otherwise bland wall.
The bathroom vanity is one of the first things that draws the eye in many bathrooms. Whether you go for something sleek or cabinetry with character, a pink vanity will bring a neutral bathroom to life.
A millennial pink basin works well as a coloured accent in a bathroom and can be paired with statement tapware or ye-catching mirror for an up-market finish.
4. Linen curtains
Although many bathrooms don’t have curtains these days, for those that do some dramatic ceiling to floor linen curtains in the pink can soften the edge of a minimal bathroom. Pair with indoor plants and cute accessories for a cheap and cheerful bathroom update.
If you’re blessed with a bathroom that has extra room for stand-alone storage, make the most of the opportunity and transform your average cabinet or cupboard into a talking point with millennial pink.
6. Bath tub
Suitable for both stand-alone or under-the-shower interpretations, a millennial pink bathtub is the height of luxury that makes a style statement and speaks to an outgoing personality.
Quick, cheap and easy, a fresh coat of millennial pink paint on the walls of a white or neutral bathroom incorporate the trend without the large financial investment.
8. Towels and acessories
Bath mats, towels and other bathroom accessories are the perfect way to inject some colour into your bathroom without spending much money or having to commit to a trend. Try to get items that are a similar shade of pink, and enough towels to rotate when a set is in the wash.
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