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When choosing a color scheme for your bedroom, there are several things to consider: What atmosphere should I create? Should it be energizing or relaxing, soft or sophisticated, romantic or daring? We are here to make a case for one color in particular: pink, which can accomplish all of the above and pairs well with a variety of combinations and styles. Get inspired by 21 pink bedrooms from some of our favorite designers and save your favorite examples so you can recreate the look and color combination in your own home. From ultra-soft renditions to surprisingly bold takes, we promise it’ll all be pink by the time you’ve finished scrolling through our favorite pink rooms.
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Designer Kristin Fine added elegant touches in the master bedroom to give the home’s farmhouse bones a sophisticated edge. A small metal sconce and bronze sculpture by Tania Pérez Córdov crowns the bed and a lucite side table create a streamlined style, while the baby-pink upholstered bed and hardwood floors keep everything grounded.
Who said you had to choose between bright pink and bright blue? As evidenced by this room designed by Nick Olsenthe two form a magical duo, especially in a teenager’s room.
Go preppy with Matchy-Matchy prints
Matching roman shades and bedding is always a fun look, but Kristen Pantich took it a step further by using the same pattern to upholster the headboard and extended the wallpaper to the ceiling for an all-out pink.
studio informs match the wall paint color to the bedding for a cohesive look. The design firm left the ceilings, shutters, and frames white for a subtle contrast with the pink and colorful pillows for dimension.
Make the wallpaper stand out with painted moldings
This room designed by ND workshop explodes with fun colors. The goal was to use pretty floral wallpaper, but dress it up with elements that made it bold, not precious. Orange electric blinds, dark green rug, yellow side table, and purple plaid bedspread bring a bold mid-century feel that gets the job done. The unsung hero? Those pepto pink moldings!
Add a statement accent
In this modern bedroom Raji RM, crisp white paint and long sheers accentuate the height of the space, while all other furniture has been kept very low for a grounded effect. A framed sepia artwork, wooden side table and marigold pillow introduce warmth, while the magenta throw is a fun surprise.
Bend over pink highlighter
Can you imagine a sunnier, happier space to settle in and wake up to? We certainly can’t. This room by Design by Anna Spiro is about as energizing as the bedrooms, thanks to playful bubble gum painted walls and lemon yellow accents in the table lamp base and artwork.
Channel a time and place
Blue and white aren’t the only colors that work like magic in a beach house! This bedroom in a coastal getaway designed by Tamsin Johnson Interiors is dominated by pink and white, and asserts its sense of place through certain tropical materials, such as rattan and jute.
Designer David Kaihoi transformed this one-bedroom apartment into a family home, and yes, pink was involved. A floral mural with a pink background transforms the small space into a place where the imagination can soar and run wild. This small trundle bed folds up just under the bed when not in use, “first thing in the morning,” says Kaihoi. And they use that windowsill as a bedside table.
Dusty pink takes on a modern twist in this luxury bedroom designed by Arent and Pyke. The upholstered Womb chair and plush silver carpet soften the modern fixture, but still look bold and modern enough to dress the soft pale pink curtains.
Brighten with paint and creases
In this pink room designed by Heidi Caillernatural greenery brightens up the space while antique wood and bronze elements are brightened by pretty pink pleats and paint.
Introduce two accent colors
Fresh flowers in an elegant purple vase and lots of natural light streaming through classic window shutters set the mood in this bedroom by Kevin Isbell. In contrast, light purple bedding and pale pink walls become surprising neutrals.
Josh Green took advantage of all the vertical space in this otherwise small bedroom by installing an eye-catching gallery wall on a fun geometric wallpaper. Dusty rose bedding layers create a cozy and romantic sleeping situation.
Bring out different shades
This sunny, peach-toned bedroom is an airy departure from the moody blue lobby beyond. Light colors, minimal pieces and an easy mix of patterns in this Devin Kirk bedroom prove that less is more. If you want to experiment with pink but don’t feel ready to go with a super obvious shade just yet, use this piece as a template.
The walls may be painted a deep blue-green, but it’s the piles of custom throw pillows that add bohemian flair to the bedroom. They pair perfectly with glossy paint and marigold bedding for a cohesive yet relaxed feel.
Black and white contrast
Black and white foundations get a boost of energy from the bright pink and bright orange Suzani blanket and pillows in this bedroom designed by Janet Gridley.
Cecile Casagrande salvaged this marble mantle from a house in a nearby town built in the same period, then painted the walls Middleton Pink by Farrow & Ball for a rosy glow.
Set a Moody Base
In this fun room designed by ND workshop, a Vispring bed is upholstered in pink Pierre Frey mohair and moody deep purple walls make a strong statement. Coco & Wolf floral bedding, geometric print curtains and a mint green cubic nightstand by Sabine Marcelis keep things playful.
Layer eclectic prints and shades of pink
Balance warm and energetic hues by adding cool elements to a mostly pink bedroom. Here, Janie Molster opted for a pale gray backdrop and complementary accent chairs. Eclectic patterns are always in the spotlight.
We love the heaps of luxurious, soft-touch materials in this bedroom by Les Ensembliers; the pink accents really steal the show here. The glossy white floor under the carpet, the glossy white walls and the semi-sheer curtains add lightness, but it is the floral stool and the pink geometric throw at the end of the bed that provide complete elegance.
Hang curtains from the ceiling to the bottom of the floor just in front of the bed for a makeshift canopy that separates the room without making it claustrophobic.
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