29 Pink Bedroom Ideas That Are as Sweet as Can Be

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The millennial pink craze doesn't seem to be slowing down any time soon — and we're totally on board, especially when it comes to our sleeping quarters. Whether your style is modern, minimalist, or boho, there's a rosy shade that's just perfect for you. And to help you narrow down the search, here are 30 pink bedroom ideas filled with style, from corner to corner, so you'll have tons of blush-hued inspo to help you decide.


1. Find your perfect match.

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Some pinks are sweet, some are cheerful, some are bold, and others — like the peachy hue used in the makeover of this bedroom belonging to the sister of Joanna from Cup of Jo — provide instant retro flair.

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Get the look: Benjamin Moore Love & Happiness

2. Envision a monochrome palette.

In the Hudson, New York home of Paul Denoly and Nick Blaine, founders of Hawkins New York, a monochrome pale pink palette gives this bedroom a calming vibe. Keeping the bedding and art understated only adds to the minimalist effect.


Get the look: Benjamin Moore Odessa Pink

3. Go dark.

If you're worried that a pink bedroom might look too youthful, opt for a darker shade, like a soft mauve. It'll keep the overall design from becoming "cutesy" — especially if you pair it with strong accents like Tarina from Oh Eight Oh Nine did.


4. Mix and match.

Good news: You don't have to pick just one shade of pink. Nope! Follow the lead of Kimberly from Swoon Worthy and mix things up, by featuring an assortment of rosy hues throughout your bedroom — from the bedding to the drapery to the accessories. And we love the contrast of the mustard yellow headboard.



5. Think of pink as a neutral.

Interior designer Kate Marker created this soothing pink bedroom idea by mixing a subtle, dusty rose with white and beige tones. Despite the blush accents, you barely notice that this calming sanctuary is pink.


6. Invest in some new bedding.

One of the easiest (and most affordable) ways to make your personal space a little rosier is to deck out your bed. Whether you choose a vibrant blush duvet and pillow shams like Lindsay from Treasures and Travels, or something a little more subdued, it'll wake up your space in no time.


7. Embrace a bold headboard.

For a statement-making pink bedroom idea, opt for a grand tufted headboard like the one in this guest room at the posh Cliveden House in England. And bonus: It will double as your bedroom's focal point.



8. Throw in an accent color.

The secret to Kate from Kate La Vie's cozy bedroom: Pairing velvet tangerine pillows, soft pink bedding, and abstract artwork. Simple accents, like an understated bedside wall sconce, bring the look together.


9. Make pink an afterthought.

Even if the walls are painted pink, the unique color choice doesn't have to be the focal point of your bedroom. In this calming space, belonging to Emily Henderson alum Orlando Soria, a woven Sinnerlig pendant hanging above the bed creates contrast and immediately draws attention away from the pink walls and blush bedding.


Get the look: Benjamin Moore Yours Truly

10. Hang some wallpaper.

When Sarah Sherman Samuel created this bedroom belonging to Kelly from Kelly Go Lightly, she started out with an eye-catching agate wallpaper (which she also designed). It adds tons of visual interest, without making the space feel too busy.


Get the look: Sarah Sherman Samuel Pink Marble Wallpaper Mural

11. Keep it understated.

This pink bedroom idea created by Homepolish designer Annouchka Engel might be in a Victorian townhouse, but it's far from stuffy or dated. Blush walls, coral throw pillows, and modern art complement the architectural details beautifully.

12. Layer accessories.

Blogger Cate St. Hill gave her bedroom the blush treatment with a dreamy, grayish-pink wall color. She cleverly added decor — throw pillows, shams, area rugs, lighting — in similar shades, resulting in a beautifully layered refuge.

Get the look: Farrow & Ball Peignoir

13. Be bold.

YOLO, so throw caution to the wind like the team over at Studio Marcus Hay and paint your walls fuchsia, if you dare! It will totally transform the vibe of your space, creating a bold look that demands attention be paid.


14. Consider color blocking.

If you think solid pink walls still leave something to be desired, create some visual interest with color blocking. We love the way stylist Julia Green transitioned to white paint three quarters of the way up the walls in this bedroom.

15. Create an accent wall.

Keep the rosy hue limited to one wall, or in the case of this bedroom — designed by Jessica Helgerson — one simple shape.

16. Add copper accents.

While pink looks amazing with just about any metal finish, it looks especially good with copper accents like this IKEA lamp.

17. Play up the romance.

The bedroom in this restored Georgian home feels positively modern thanks to rosy pink walls and a matching Egg Chair. The four-poster canopy bed complements the overall design, adding a hint of tradition and a dash of romance.

18. Try a touch of whimsy.

This feminine bedroom designed by Emily Henderson is downright playful. Can you believe the charming floral wallpaper is removable?

Get the look: Opalhouse Canary Floral Peel & Stick Removable Wallpaper

19. Accent architectural details.

When Mandi from Making Nice in the Midwest was ready to make over her master bedroom, she installed DIY board and batten to give her space some custom architectural details. She painted them a dusty rose, which really brought out the shades of pink in other accessories.

Get the look: HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams Sweetened Plum

20. Get playful with patterns.

Eclectic bohemian decor — full of patterns and texture — and the color pink make an ideal pair, and this stunning space designed by Amber Lewis is picture-perfect proof.

21. Find a statement piece.

In Cara Irwin's home on the Jersey Shore, a lovely pink dresser — with gorgeous gold hardware — and pink faux fur throw add a sweet pop of color to her dramatic guest bedroom.

22. Don't forget the ceiling.

Elsie from A Beautiful Mess kept her bedroom walls white, painting only her ceiling a barely-there-shade-of-pink. A glam ceiling light, floor-to-ceiling drapery, some light wood furniture, and a couple of potted plants complete the elegant refuge.

Get the look: Valspar Baby Blush

23. Repurpose household items.

Instead of covering your entire bedroom with ballerina pink paint, mix it up like Heidi from Honeybear Lane did. She turned a barstool into a side table by painting it hot pink and gold, and then she gave her headboard a rosy makeover. Throw in a few accent pillows to tie it all together and ... voilà!

24. Take advantage of natural light.

If you're fortunate enough to have multiple large windows in your bedroom, take full advantage of them like Sim-Plex Design Studio did in this master suite. Your pink boudoir will look even better in the warmth of all that natural light.

25. Don't overthink it.

Follow the lead of Beth from Design Post Interiors and keep your bedroom decor simple. You don't have to overthink every selection. Take it one piece at a time and have fun.

Get the look: Valspar Champagne Glee

26. Try a pink rug.

You can create a pink bedroom without painting every wall. Instead, opt for drapery, bedding, and a couple of area rugs in vibrant shades of raspberry like Veronica from Semikah Textiles did in this striking bohemian bedroom.

27. Symmetry is key.

In this Baltimore home designed by Stephanie Gamble Interiors, symmetrical decor creates balance, while the simple and sophisticated color palette results in a soothing space prime for relaxation.

28. Opt for ombré.

This little girl's whimsical bedroom, created by Joanna Gaines, is bursting with bohemian texture. From the rattan headboard and hanging chair to the pièce de résistance: a sunset-inspired ombré accent wall, every layer weaves into the next creating the perfect backdrop for sweet dreams.

29. Make it cozy.

Opting for a softer, muted shade of pink and pairing it with cozy, textured accents — like a snuggly gray blanket, floor-to-ceiling drapery, and fluffy pendant light — help make this ash rose bedroom by Amber Design Group feel sophisticated yet dreamy.



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