As It Turns Out, Millennial Pink Can Also Be Used in a Kid's Room

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Who says a child's room can't be as chic as any other? Certainly not Anna Pirkola, who designed one that's fit for the trendiest of tiny humans. Cubbies are the clear focal point of this corner, which afford more surface area for the toys and books that have a way of accumulating around kiddos. Their raw wood finish creates a warm foundation for a menagerie of eye-catching accents, like the grouping of potted plants, but it also coordinates well with the blush tones spread throughout the space. If you're at a loss for how to furnish a private place for your kid, then pick a dominant color and your favorite type of decor. Here, pink-colored shades intertwine with Scandi-inspired sensibilities — minimalistic and orderly, even given the knick-knacks — to form a look that's as age-appropriate as it is stylish. A plan of action is vital, but it helps when the result looks like you're seeing everything through the prettiest rose-colored glasses.

Want to bring some of this blush goodness home? Treat your tyke to this desk chair.

Legare Furniture Pink Finish Bent Ply Chair ($54.99)

Kelly is a full-time freelance writer, aspiring aerialist, and passionate interior design enthusiast. She's a regular contributor to design-centric publications like Apartment Therapy, The Spruce, and TexasLiving Magazine.

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