About a month ago, I got another *brilliant* idea — ummm, one that meant an *epic* amount of eye-crossing work for Katiedoodle, of course! Yes, super thanks to SuperKate for doing a massive amount of research — then an equally massive amount of clipping and pasting — to create our 99 ideas to decorate a pink bathroom.
Thanks also to the readers who contributed mood boards! We actually have one more to mock up — we’ll hit #100!
Why did we do this project? We are constantly getting questions about how to decorate pink bathrooms — which I believe were the most popular colorway for American bathrooms throughout the 1950s and into the early 1960s.
In addition: The basic techniques we used to make all these design boards apply to decorating a vintage bathroom with virtually any color tile on the wall. In a nut: Find a patterned shower curtain or wallpaper with that color tile; the pattern will include a variety of other coordinating colors — bring those colors into the rest of the room. Edit carefully; keep the palette within a relatively narrow range, and you likely will have success. See this followup story –> A foolproof guide to choosing bathrooms colors — five steps to success:
One of our other key learnings from this marathon: Pulling this impressive number of pink bathroom decor ideas together shows just how versatile they really are — hey, pink is a neutral color!
To see our complete series of stories with product links for all 99 ideas to decorate a pink bathroom, click here
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