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Recent bathroom colour trends are favouring rich, dark shades like deep grey, charcoal, plum, aubergine or ink tones. But that’s not the only bathroom colour trend that’s currently popular. More and more customers veer away from white and cream coloured bathrooms and move towards pastel tones. 
Compared to the deep colours that add a touch of luxury and sophistication, pastel tones are relaxed and bring a cheerful, friendly vibe to your space. Since pastels work well with silver and gleaming chrome, they’re an easy decor choice for a bathroom. And by adding lighter or darker accessories, you can ring in the changes throughout the year. 
 
Pastels are great with patterns, and so it’s not surprising that our recent love for pastel bathrooms has come hot on the heels of the last year’s love affair with subtly patterned tiles. 
Bathroom colour trends: pastels | Alchester Tiles Bicester
Showroom setting of pastel colour tiles 
L/A duck egg blue tiles give your bathroom a lovely, timeless vibe, especially when paired with a pastel matt white tile and wood-effect floor tiles. 
 
Away from subtle patterns, light grey shades always work well in a bathroom, as do mint, latte and pale blues, which all have an affinity with white sanitary ware and gleaming chrome. 
 
There’s no need to avoid pale pink, amethyst grey and peach hues, either, as they also team beautifully with white. And mocha colours matched with darker wood or wood-effect floor tiles will help you create an exceptional feeling of calm in your bathroom. 
Bathroom Colour Trends: Pastels | Alchester Tiles Bicester | image copyright: Clearwater
 
Pale grey bathroom decor 
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Bathroom Colour Trends: Pastels | Alchester Tiles Bicester | image copyright: Clearwater
Sontuouso by Clearwater 
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In fact, pastel colours play very well with both textures and natural materials, so adding rugs, glass, linen, wood ornaments or even wood-effect wall and floor tiles will produce a lovely effect. 
 
Darker pastel shades – like sage or bamboo colours – create a slightly more grown up space. And you can always add a touch of glamour with a matching glass mosaic tile. 
 
All in all, pastels don’t have to be spring lambs and pink bubblegum. Especially not when it comes to your bathroom. Instead, opt for relaxed, cheerful calm and match it with natural materials and a touch of luxury. 
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