Our top 5 interiors using pink tiles

Friday 9 February 2018, Written by Laura Tompkins

There’s a real buzz around ‘Millennial Pink’ this year in interiors and we’ve got to admit we absolutely love the trend! The soft and muted tones of Millennial Pink pairs well with so many other colours, like green, copper and white. Whether it’s a pop of pink or a full wall, it’s no surprise the colour pink is so popular. This week, we’ve rounded up five of our favourite interiors using millennial pink and naturally they all incorporate tiles…

1. Pink paired with patterned tiles

For a more subtle shade of pink - these Metropolitan Clover field tiles from The Winchester Tile Company are great for those who prefer an understated effect. But for a real statement, team them with some patterned floor tiles! Here we’ve used Odyssey Primo Persian tiles.

There’s plenty of patterned floor tiles to choose from in our Odyssey collection. So these Clover tiles would also look great with Knightshayes or Pentillie designs.

2. Contemporary kitchens

Teaming white tiles with a pop of pink paint is a great way to add some interest into a scheme. In this setting we’ve used Ice White tiles from the Tileworks Collection with Copper Orabella Mosaics. A strip of pink paint ties the whole look together and injects some warmth into a cool toned interior.

3. Mosaic accents

Mosaics are brilliant for adding some colour into a bathroom, whether you use them in a small splashback or to cover a larger area. Showcase some ‘Millennial Pink’ in your bathroom with these ‘Actamira’ Mosaics; they make for a beautiful contrast in a white bathroom.

4. Show stopping bathrooms

To make a real statement with a stronger pink, go all out with these Panorama Spring brick tiles from The Winchester Tile Company. Team together with copper fixtures and fittings for a striking contemporary look, in our opinion pink teamed with copper is a winning combination!

5. Off pink

If you like the idea of adding some warmth to your walls but you are not sure you want to commit to pink, why not opt for a more neutral shade? The Dulux Colour of the Year Heartwood is perfect for this.  For the below bathroom setting we’ve teamed different tones of grey together with a similar tone to Heartwood.  This shade is ideal for warming up a scheme and it works well in any room in the home.

Keep up to date with tile trends on our Instagram we are always sharing lots of beautiful imagery and ideas!

For more ideas, head over to our Inspiration pages or browse more images on Pinterest.

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