It certainly doesn’t feel like spring out there at the moment, that’s for sure. Looking out of the window this week, at some point for all of the UK, has us feeling all winter wonderland! But we’re not letting that get us down here at Bathroom Supastore. We’re looking forward to the colour trends that will be gracing homes this Spring and Summer!


Build Me Up Buttercup

Yellow bathroom

Yes, were talking yellow! From bright canary yellow to pastel butter shades and everything in-between. This daring shade can be quite daunting however, adding this sunny shade to your bathroom is sure to put you in a great mood every morning. A whole wall of yellow could be a little overbearing, so choose your shade wisely. If you want in on this trend but don't want to commit fully start by adding some key accessories. A bright yellow bathmat or towels is a great way to start. Or choose a mosaic tile with a hint of yellow.


Blue Monday

Indigo bathroom decor

Blues and in particular darker blues, such as Indigo and Navy are huge hitters this spring summer. Not shades that you’d expect to see in the warmer months of the year leaning more towards trends in the autumn and winter. Blue is a great dark alternative to black whilst keeping your bathroom on trend. Add in a splash of complementary colours orange or yellow to brighten the room or team with grey for an industrial and masculine vibe.


Pretty in Pink

SS18 Pink bathroom

Pink has been growing in the interior design trend stakes for quite some time but always seen as an accompaniment to another shade. This Spring/Summer is pinks time to shine as the dominant shade. This seasons pink is a pastel salmon, cherry blossom or strawberry. Shades that have been given the name millennial pink. Instead of using your pink to warm up grey, industrial tones, team with a darker or more vibrant pink to add depth to your bathroom.



Certain Shade of Green

Sage green vintage style bathroom

Sage green is a shade that rose in popularity last year due to Pantones colour of the year. Greenery which is a vivid colour was often accompanied with sage or khaki for contrast. This subtle green shade is a beautiful blend of grey and green. It elegantly compliments vintage decor however, it can also add a natural feeling to any modern design. Just add a few potted plants for the ultimate outdoor indoor bathroom.


What do you think of the Spring Summer colours? Are these shades you'll be adding to your home this year?