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7 colourful bathroom designs that are instant mood boosters

These happy and inviting bathrooms will get you inspired to make bold colour choices the next time you decorate or renovate your bathroom.

Text by Vanitha Pavapathi

Tired of white or monochrome bathroom? Inject some personality and life into it with some colours. You could start small by just changing out your fittings or go all out with multi-coloured tiles and brightly painted walls. Here are some ideas to get you started.

#1 Add pink hue for a feminine allure
colourful bathroom designs by Perinelli Design

The millennial pink trend doesn’t seem to be going away and is very much celebrated in this bathroom. Here, a playful exploration of the hue has been reimagined as an unexpectedly artful statement. Whimsical wallpaper and textured elements like mosaic and scallop tiles, beaded vanity timber and fluted glass work together to tie the space for a one-of-a-kind look.
Design by Perinelli Design. See full home feature here.

#2 Experiment with colour blocking
colourful bathroom designs by Linear Space Concepts 2

This bathroom is a reflection of the couple’s outgoing and fun-loving identity. Plastered with yellow mosaic walls, green subway tiles, turquoise frames and mint green walls, the uplifting palette makes time in the bathroom a lively affair.
Design by Linear Space Concepts.

#3 Pair bright accent with deeper shades
colourful bathroom designs by Carpenters

The colour scheme of this master bathroom gets a lot bolder in contrast to the rest of the condominium apartment. Here, brick-like tiles adorn the walls of the master bath, bathing it in the auspicious colour of crimson. Black and white accents inject contrast further, making the tiles pop. The light wood cabinetry, on the other hand, lends warmth while keeping the space airy.
Design by Carpenters. See full home feature here.

#4 Create contrast with just two hues
colourful bathroom designs by Ethereall

It’s possible to create a colourful effect in a space using only two colours in varying shades. While the classic blue vanity immediately catches the eye, it’s the striking pairing of blue and white subway tiles that creates a strong colour contrast. Spanish-patterned floor tiles simultaneously play up the visual drama here.
Design by Ethereall. See full home feature here.

#5 Go full on polychromatic
colourful bathroom designs by WOWOWA Architecture

This kaleidoscopic treat is prove that several vivid colours can converge beautifully. Pink, orange, green and blue appear on the brightly painted ceiling, door and vanity as well as on the tinted shower enclosure, and floor and wall tiles. With so many colours present in one space, the bathroom still looks serene and relaxing. The trick is to keep surfaces devoid of clutter.
Design by WOWOWA Architecture. See full home feature here.

#6 Achieve glamour with metallics
colourful bathroom designs by Linear Space Concepts

Nothing screams luxury quite like gold. The glass mosaic tile in this bathroom has an iridescent golden sheen that instantly elevates an otherwise cookie-cutter bathroom. Everything stays the same; the WC and washbasin are as ordinary as they get. And yet, the bathroom looks polished and grown-up with just the addition of metallic tiles.
Design by D’ Initial Concept.

#7 Create a pleasing ombre effect
colourful bathroom designs by Frederick Tang Architecture

This guest bathroom details balance elegance and whimsy with its appealing colour palette. A rain of tiles featuring graphic shapes sprinkles down the walls and then concentrate onto the floor. The ombre or waterfall effect give the illusion of a taller ceiling as the ceiling, walls and floors appear to be a homogeneous surface. Not to mention, the bright pop of blue fittings is an unusual albeit fun choice.
Design by Frederick Tang Architecture. Photography by Gieves Anderson.

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