Pink has become a highly desirable accent colour, not just in sugary sweet little girls’ rooms but in sophisticated master bedrooms alike (and just about every other room of the home too!) Pink decor is a hot topic right now and so we’ve put together a gorgeous collection of 101 of our favourite pink bedrooms and blush bedroom accessories, plus tips to help you imagine your very own. Hitting every part of the pink colour spectrum, we explore rosy accent walls, hot pink headboard feature walls, solid pink bed bases, stylish pink bedroom benches, chairs, lamps and rugs, and peaceful pink bed sets.
Gallery for 101 Pink Bedrooms With Images, Tips And Accessories To Help You Decorate Yours
2. Pink floral wall art
3. Pink and greybed sets
4. Pink chandelier
5. Grey lamp
6. Rose gold floor lamp
7. Metal marquee letters
8. Artificial flower with vase
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Old faithfuls and new delights. An old distressed bedstead looks right at home alongside super fresh bright coral paintwork. Crisp white bedclothes and white wall trims bring the two together. | Visualizer: Tovstyi Bohdan.
Ruches and ribbing. Simulate a ruched curtain by ribbing your pink headboard upholstery. Note how the slender stem of the tall floor lamp gets conveniently lost in the folds. | Visualizer: TOL’KO interiors.
Blend outward. Starting with a solid pink tufted headboard here, we move out into a territory of mixed colour and pale bedsides, before landing in plain white paintwork. The gentle transition is restul and easy on the eye. | Visualizer: MennatAllah Tarek.
Stage different areas in a room by colour blocking walls and doors, and sectioning up ceiling space–like the pink entryway and teal sleep ‘box’ in this shared kids’ room. | Visualizer: Maxim Shpinkov.
Pink isn’t just for the ladies, guys. Pink was never considered a ‘girl thing’ until some baby clothing retailers suggested it should be so in the early twentieth century. Thankfully pink is now being restored to its former gender neutral status and is regularly seen in men’s fashion and interiors. | Visualizer: Krzysztof Studziński.
Pink with polka dots! Whether your polka dots are pink in themselves, or you scatter rainbow polka dots alongside a solid pink background, this is an absolute winner for a fun kid’s room design–or for anyone still fun filled and young at heart! | Visualizer: Victoria Osypenko.
Rustic, industrial or sleek modern interior styles, pink works fabulously alongside them all. Bring on the raw timber, exposed brickwork or concrete, and pink pieces will add warmth and softness. | Visualizer: Konstantin Kildinov.
Confine pink to the furniture only. A pink headboard and matching pink closets can have more than enough impact on a bedroom colour scheme, particularly if they are built in the same textured/ribbed material to create that solid visual link. | Visualizer: Thành Kiến.
Sometimes it’s about what’s NOT pink in the room. When planning out a pink bedroom, it’s just as important to figure out the things that won’t follow suit, like this charcoal grey panelled headboard wall. | Visualizer: LEVEL80.
Push up the pink factor in your master suite, with a glass wall pink ensuite bathroom. A pink chaise lounge, attached to the bedside, extends the pink factor all the way across to the opposite window in here too. | Visualizer: Tam Nguyen.
Get picky about bedroom chairs. A basic bedroom chair in itself can be enough to add a pop of colour to a bedroom design, but the right piece could push your design to the next level. This chic modern pink chair has a sweeping backrest that vibes stunningly with a winged bed design, and its upholstery is the perfect shade to establish a third sugary perspective in the pink and wood grain room design. | Visualizer: Vlad Yuhimchuk Vlad Yuhimchuk.
Give each piece its wow factor. This geometric panel accent wall makes up for in pattern what is lacks in boldness of shade; on the other hand, a couple of basic pillows up the ante in hot pink covers. | Visualizer: Mariya Kabak.
Mellow pink and minty. Even out pastel pink elements with the same amount of minty coloured pieces for a cool and collected result. Use the two different colours to bring out areas of interest like display shelves and storage cupboards, or to give two bunk beds each an individual presence. | Visualizer: Horizon Render Vizualization Studio.
Dial it down with charcoal grey and black. Don’t stress too much about finding that oh-so-perfect muted shade of pink, pastel pink shades can be dialled back by layering darker elements into the scheme, like a dark grey bed set and curtains, and black and white photographic prints. | Visualizer: Artem Bukin.
Turn up the sunshine. If a bright fuschia wall isn’t enough to make you don sunglasses, throw in some orange, red and turquoise scatter cushions and a multicoloured bedroom rug to turn the vibe totally tropical. | Visualizer: Tallon Perry Interiors.
Chip away at any unwanted sweetness by choosing big and bold, black and white additions. A heavily graphic black and white rug will help weigh down a light scheme, monochrome art dresses walls without overflowing a colour palette. Finish with a black modern pendant light to keep the look tight. | Visualizer: Lanre Alao.
A bit of pink, a lot of raw concrete and one hot modern chandelier–what more could one ask for? Oh, ok then, how about some fabulous ambient lighting to set off the pink panel work and a huge shiny glass closet? Bellissimo! | Visualizer: Anastasia Kruseva.
Another beautifully executed nature themed decor scheme, this time achieved with a botanical print wallpaper that has blush pink accents amongst the foliage. A rising headboard silhouette sits like a pink crown bestowed upon the bed. | Visualizer: Horizon Render Vizualization Studio.
Nature themed bedrooms don’t have to be all about neutrals, mossy greens and shades of brown. Explore the possibility of a nature themed mural that’s been tinted with pink to evoke hazy memories of summer sunsets. Dress the room with a vase of gorgeous pink blooms to bring in a real piece of the outdoors. | Visualizer: Fakhri Gafarov.
The curvaceous nature of globe pendant lights mingles gracefully with an intimate pink bedroom setting. Choose a clustered low hanging pendant design to fashion chic glamour. | Visualizer: Nada AboElwafa.
Widen the effect of a pink headboard without overdoing it on colour. Add white patterned/textured panels onto each side of the pink headboard design, and frame all three pieces to keep them visually connected. | Visualizer: Haneen Shkukani.
Make a misty dreamy bedroom wall by rolling out a pink paint effect. In this room, a pink portiere draws across a home office area to keep work and rest zones softly sectioned. The home workspace is also decked out in deep teal green to exaggerate the boundary. | Visualizer: Shkolnikova Ksenia.
Lighten up a lofted bed or playspace. Light pink makes a light and delicate lining for a boxed-in bunk or play nook. Colour match the stairs or ladders that climb up to it to accentuate the effect. | Visualizer: LEVEL80 | architects.
Drape a white space with flowing pink accessories, like silky window drapes, soft bed set and a matching throw. Use elegant black accents to sharpen up the scene, such as monochrome artwork and some slimline swing arm wall lamps. | Visualizer: Anna Potapenko.
Take it over the top. Create a stripe of unapologetic fuschia pink across your floor, up your walls, and over your ceiling. Hang a colour coordinated chandelier for extra full-on effect. | Visualizer: Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design.
Pink and personalised. Kids love to see their names printed on just about anything, from pencils and pencil cases to mugs and tshirts. Why not personalise their room too with some painted wood wall letters. | Visualizer: Mai Khaled.
Fluff out with frills and extra fabric. Ruched nets dress the dual aspect windows here; pink drapes have been hung to the side of the glass to make the window look bigger. The walls beside the bed and desk have been softened with pink upholstered panels. | Visualizer: Andrey Malienko.
Fashion your own pink pieces. This luxury kids’ room has all of its storage furniture made-to-measure. A designer table lamp and a set of pink shelves fit inside a desk nook, below bespoke wall units with a matching pink door. | Visualizer: TOL’KO interiors.
Is there anything more traditionally girly than a pink bedroom with a four poster bed? This room also features a modern desk space with a pink kid’s chair so she can work at making her own dreams come true. | Visualizer: Vladimir Korsun.
Redesign your door. White walls, white trims and white floors fill this Scandinavian bedroom. In order not to disturb the peace, only the door has been painted with a hint of pink to match a pink bed set. | Visualizer: Pikcells Ltd.
Dress the room from head to toe. A bedroom that is completely enveloped in one colour, from ceiling to floor, will gain much needed colour relief in the form of a contrasting accent chair and bright home accessories. This example brings in warm sunshine yellow accents as a cheerful touch. | Visualizer: Angel black.
Curate small clusters of pink. You might colour just the closets and a vanity table, or just the bed and a reading corner like in this cozy bedroom. Keep the majority of the room white so that pink furniture, a rug or floor lamp will really stand out. | Visualizer: Filip Sapojnicov.
Pink doesn’t have to be the main event. Just because you want to feature pink in your bedroom, that doesn’t mean you have to make it the most dominant thing. The focal point of this bed is a showstopping white mandala headboard; the pink throw, accent cushions and pink bedroom chair provide a solid supporting act. | Visualizer: Dima Kravtsov & Alina Buligіna.
Tie it together with taupe. Pink and black bedroom accents rest well against a taupe backdrop, as the warm yet neutral colour works as a colour bridge between the two. | Visualizer: Ekaterina Svanberg.
Lovers of the eclectic vibe will be tickled pink with this one. Yellow ochre, cobalt blue, brown elements and pale pink come together with tiny streaks of gold in a magical boho melting pot. | Designer: 荣 烨.
Not all pink bedrooms are sweetness and light. Dusky pink and dark grey bedrooms have have touch of shadowy drama. Add a backlit glass closet to proceedings and you’ve really got yourself a show. | Visualizer: Ruslan Kovalchuk, Mariya Chmut and Stephen Tsimbalyuk.
Be selective. By picking out just a few of your favourite pink pieces you can put together a pink bedroom scheme that isn’t overbearing. In this example, a piece of modern artwork is the muse for the room, and has been given a pink backdrop that brings out its colours. Plush pink window drapes, pink pendant lights and a pink beanbag join the exhibit. | Visualizer: Maggi Samir.
Meet the colour scheme halfway. It’s no new thing to paint walls in two different colours on their upper and lower half, but a loose paint technique that this one adds modern and carefree character. | Visualizer: Nam Quang Đặng.
Weight down a light decor scheme with darker elements. Black bedside lights bring dark base notes to this pale pink modern bedroom. An asymmetrical design is created by hanging a pendant light at one side, and mounting a modern wall sconce at the other. | Visualizer: ZROBYM architects.
Pink painted traditional features fill the ceiling in this bedroom, where a modern pink light shade dangles from a classic ceiling rose. Decorative coving creates a beautiful border. | Visualizer: Andrey Barinov.
Meld colours with a piece of wall art. In this pink and blue bedroom design, peacock blue accentuates a pink textured headboard feature wall. Rose gold orbs drop down by a piece of wall art that brings the two hues together. A rose gold bedside table lamp echoes the metallic tone on the opposite side of the blue bed. | Visualizer: Andrew Athanasius.
Frame it, frame it, frame it. The cushioned headboard in this pink and grey bedroom has been set within three more frames, resulting in a grander headboard that also reaches behind the bedside units. | Visualizer: Andrew Athanasius.
There’s boiserie, and then there’s pink boiserie. This traditional wall treatment looks tooth-achingly delicious in sweet pink. Pink drapes, bed, pink bedroom bench and a pink area rug continue the delicate tone. | Visualizer: Tien nguyen.
Add a blast of contrast. If you’re looking for a second strong colour to contrast and complement pink decor, then teal is a terrific option. Coming from the opposite side of the colour wheel, this blue-green hue makes a bold partner for pink. You can combine the two easily by layering up bedclothes, or go duotone on wardrobe finishes. There are contrasting bedroom benches in this particular example too, but this time grey has been chosen to create a quieter balance… | Visualizer: Art Group.
Chic and shiny. A grey and pink bedroom scheme makes a chic combination but can fall a little flat on its own. Metallic accents like these twin pendant lights and small side tables add in a little sparkle. Whether you go for warm copper, light gold accents, or complement the pink tones of your room with rose gold lamps and accessories, it will be a harmonious pairing. | Visualizer: Yuliya Chudinovskikh.
You can also add a little texture to your pink headboard feature wall by adding slats. Accentuate the finished look with some stylish bedroom pendant lights too. These gold ones are the IC Lights S Style Pendant. The original is available here. | Visualizer: Arina Zamorina.
Go all in. If you’re an all or nothing kind of personality, then an all pink bedroom scheme should hit the mark. Go for a shade of pink paint that is warm and soothing so that the bedroom remains a calm and welcoming place. Choose all white furniture to cut crisp and clean silhouettes. | Visualizer: Design Lyiv.
Make pink the headline – or the headboard. If you don’t want a whole room full of blush pink then how about just a headboard feature wall? Keep other colours in the room within the same muted colour palette so that the scheme melds peacefully together, like this soft green accent rug, grey bed covers and curtains. | Visualizer: Olia Paliichuk.