05 Jul 2019
Every few years there seems to be a new emerging colour trend in tiles. Over the last 6 months we have seen the popularity of pink increasing in varying shades. It is one of the most exciting colour trends of 2019. Pink is not the colour for everyone, however the shades we see being used regularly now are soft pastel pink, blush pink and rose pink. These soft shades really complement modern interiors and refresh more dated ones dramatically bringing them into the present. See below some ideas of how to introduce pink to your home.
A subtle way of introducing pink to a bathroom or kitchen is to use it in conjunction with patterns. Patterned tiles have had a massive resurgence over the last few years. Incorporating pink in your home using patterns means the colour can be far more understated, as most of the attention is on the pattern. This is perfect if you just want a hint of pink rather than an intense splash of colour.
When using pink, you aren’t limited to using pastel and fuchsia shades. Pink works in conjunction with varying shades of beiges, creams and warm greys as they are all from the same base colours. This means that using a fusion of tiles in these shades and simply adding pink accents works well. Using a base of neutral colours means you can change up your accent pieces regularly to stay on trend.
Mosaics are an ideal option to incorporate just a hint of colour to an area. Mosaics are used as borders, splashbacks or feature pieces. This means you can use neutral colours, or white, on your walls ike white, which will give a sense of space to smaller areas. Using a mosaic splashback behind a cooker or sink is a fantastic way to introduce a real splash of colour to add interest through a splash of colour.
Everyone loves metro tiles, so why not a pink metro? Add some Hollywood glamour by blending pink metros with gold and white accessories for a luxurious design scheme. You will find these pink shades appearing in industrial and Scandinavian inspired design trends also due to the fresh pop of colour they provide.
So why not consider pink? We think it’s the perfect colour! Let us inspire your pink colour scheme today.