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Powder Room: 11 Favorite Pink-Hued Bathrooms, Modern Edition

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Powder Room: 11 Favorite Pink-Hued Bathrooms, Modern Edition

February 15, 2019

Recently on our radar: bathrooms with a dose of pink that feel clean-lined and new, not girly. Here are a few of our favorites, pale pink tiles and peach-hued paint included.

Australian designer Dan Gayfer outfitted a family bath in pale pink tiles, light wood, and glossy black fixtures. Photograph by Dean Bradley.
Above: Australian designer Dan Gayfer outfitted a family bath in pale pink tiles, light wood, and glossy black fixtures. Photograph by Dean Bradley.
The tiled shower in the same High House project. Dark-colored grout, when paired with light tiles, gives the space graphic appeal.
Above: The tiled shower in the same High House project. Dark-colored grout, when paired with light tiles, gives the space graphic appeal.
Tiled pink walls and a floating vanity of pink marble at the Richards and Spence-designed Calile Hotel in Brisbane, Australia.
Above: Tiled pink walls and a floating vanity of pink marble at the Richards and Spence-designed Calile Hotel in Brisbane, Australia.
A modern take on a retro trend in this bath, tiled floor to ceiling in subtle pink by London-based Duggan Morris Architects. Photograph by Mark Hadden.
Above: A modern take on a retro trend in this bath, tiled floor to ceiling in subtle pink by London-based Duggan Morris Architects. Photograph by Mark Hadden.
In a Berlin apartment, designers Studio Oink painted the lower half of the bathroom wall in rose.
Above: In a Berlin apartment, designers Studio Oink painted the lower half of the bathroom wall in rose.
A geometric peach-toned mirror completes the palette.
Above: A geometric peach-toned mirror completes the palette.
Designer Nicola Harding paired walls in Farrow & Ball&#8
Above: Designer Nicola Harding paired walls in Farrow & Ball’s Setting Plaster with Hague Blue on the trim and Smoked Trout on the washstand. See more in ‘Mamma Mia’ Music Producer Nick Gilpin’s Stylishly Revived Georgian Manse. Photograph by Paul Massey.
This guest bath at Wanås Hotel in Sweden is tiled nearly floor to ceiling in dusty pink. See An Architect’s Estate, Open for Business: Wanås Hotel in Skåne, Sweden for a full look at this hotel; photograph by Magnus Mårdinger, courtesy of Wanås Hotel.
Above: This guest bath at Wanås Hotel in Sweden is tiled nearly floor to ceiling in dusty pink. See An Architect’s Estate, Open for Business: Wanås Hotel in Skåne, Sweden for a full look at this hotel; photograph by Magnus Mårdinger, courtesy of Wanås Hotel.
An otherwise white bathroom at Spring restaurant in London gets a dose of pink from a tiled floor; see Steal This Look: Pink Herringbone Bath at Spring in London. Photograph by Paul Massey for Vogue Living.
Above: An otherwise white bathroom at Spring restaurant in London gets a dose of pink from a tiled floor; see Steal This Look: Pink Herringbone Bath at Spring in London. Photograph by Paul Massey for Vogue Living.
Cotton-candy-colored walls are matched with deep pink marble in a guest bath at Hotel des Grands Boulevards in Paris. (For more, see our feature on the interiors: Beds Take a Bow: The New Grands Boulevards Hotel in Paris.)
Above: Cotton-candy-colored walls are matched with deep pink marble in a guest bath at Hotel des Grands Boulevards in Paris. (For more, see our feature on the interiors: Beds Take a Bow: The New Grands Boulevards Hotel in Paris.)
A coral-pink bathroom is clad in tiny tile in this House Au Yeung project by Australian-based Tribe Studio Architects. Photograph by Katherine Lu.
Above: A coral-pink bathroom is clad in tiny tile in this House Au Yeung project by Australian-based Tribe Studio Architects. Photograph by Katherine Lu.
Another bath at Hotel des Grands Boulevards has a pink-tiled floor in a basket-weave pattern; see Beds Take a Bow: The New Grands Boulevards Hotel in Paris. Photograph by Karel Balas, courtesy of Chzon.
Above: Another bath at Hotel des Grands Boulevards has a pink-tiled floor in a basket-weave pattern; see Beds Take a Bow: The New Grands Boulevards Hotel in Paris. Photograph by Karel Balas, courtesy of Chzon.
Cinematic pink: The bathroom at a Chengdu, China, cafe inspired by Wes Anderson&#8
Above: Cinematic pink: The bathroom at a Chengdu, China, cafe inspired by Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel by Australian firm Biasol has pink terrazzo walls. Photograph by James Morgan, courtesy of Biasol.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original ran on February 16, 2018.

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