How To Style Pretty Pink Tiles in the Home

Do you want to give your house a pink makeover? Think pink when designing your bathroom or kitchen, from pastel pinks to vibrant hues! Pink is the colour to embrace if you want a delicate, feminine appearance or a bold, fashion-forward statement.

Pink isn't for the faint of heart, so if you are planning on installing pink tile in your bathroom, kitchen, or hallway, be prepared to make some bold decisions to make it work. Pink is a colour that falls between white and red. It combines the purity of white with the passion of red to create the ideal colour combination for tiles. Pink tiles should be handled with discretion - there is a narrow line between a peaceful warm retro style and a look that makes your brain spin and your stomach churn. You can counteract the appearance of your pink floor tiles with a few simple design methods, allowing other elements to take centre stage. You may reduce the impact of this bold hue by adding neutral or similar colours near it, covering it up, or pulling attention away from it.

If you adore pink as much as we do but are unsure how to incorporate it into your house, don't worry! We've gathered some expert advice on how to use tiles to incorporate these lovely pink colours into your house! 

For all the inspiration you need, take a peek at how you can use pink tiles by AGL to renovate your home. 


Bathroom: 

Before you start looking at different types of bathroom furniture, you need to have an idea of how much space you have to work with. Make a floor plan of your bathroom to determine where things could fit, and make sure to leave enough space for doors to open easily. 

Bathrooms are fantastic places to let your imagination run wild. Pink bathroom tiles design may also be used in a larger area of your bathroom, or even the entire room, if properly accessorised. Pretty pastels tiles will brighten up your bathroom. Pink tiles for the bathroom have grown in popularity in recent years and is undoubtedly a style that is here to stay for a long time. If you don't have enough space in your bathroom, consider zoning it with pink bathroom tiles. The Bloom Decor & Gofresh Decor are perfect pink bathroom wall tiles for your rosy bathroom. 

Bathroom


Kitchen:

A splash of pink may be a fantastic accent to your kitchen backsplash to give individuality and charm to the area. The herringbone pattern, subway, square tiles, and kitchen graphic tiles are all popular choices here. Pink kitchen tiles are a great way to add some fun and colour to your decor. If you want to use this eye-catching colour to decorate the centre of your house, a statement backsplash may be the way to go. Our stunning Bloom Cup Decor kitchen tiles is one of our favourites for using as a kitchen background- the glossy pattern looks fantastic and makes a bold statement in all the right ways.

Kitchen


Living Room:

If you enjoy the concept of adding some warmth to your floors but aren't sure you want to commit to pink, why not choose a more neutral shade? The Calleva Pink by AGL is ideal for this. If you are concerned that you are using too much pink, simply tone it down by integrating softer colour palettes and wood treatments. A light colour will soften the overall effect, resulting in an interior that flows elegantly while being trendy. Pink tiles are a fantastic choice for living room decor. Pastel pink tiles, like our Imperial Pink tiles, look great with white furniture.

Living Room


Bedroom:

Pink tiles on the bedroom floor or wall will give the space a calm and peaceful atmosphere. While our pink tiles may be used to create a more delicate aesthetic, they can also be used to make a bold statement! Our pink bedroom tiles are excellent for adding eye-catching patterns to your home design. Our Bloom Light and Gofresh Pink tiles are fantastic statement flooring that will surely draw the attention of your visitors.

Bedroom


Things to Keep in Mind While Working with Pink Tiles:

Accessories: When it comes to presenting your pink tiles and creating the desired atmosphere, accessories are crucial. White, of course, provide the area with a bright, clean finish – and lets the pink tiles get the attention they deserve. However, if your space allows, you may extend the black accents to your furnishings for a quirky and retro atmosphere.

Keep it Neutral: The easiest approach to balance the pink in your kitchen, bathroom, or even a hallway, is to choose a neutral wall colour. When selecting a colour, keep the depth of the tile's pink tone in mind. If the contrast between the floor and the wall is too severe, it will only attract attention to your pink tiles.

Draw Attention Away: If you don't want your pink tile to be the centre of attention, find a technique to detract attention from it. Your guests will be less likely to notice the tiling if you create a dramatic focal point for space. When trying to deflect attention away from your floor, a feature that attracts the eye upward is an excellent choice. To draw attention, hang a beautiful overhead light fixture, such as a chandelier, in the centre of the room. 

We hope we've persuaded you to go ahead and incorporate this lovely pink colour into your house. If you want to learn more about our floor tile & wall tile collection, please visit our website or get in touch with us.