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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 51 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.

Visualizer: Olia Paliichuk

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: Arina Zamorina

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: Design Lyiv

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: Daria Alieva

Change your tone. Brighten dusky shades with bright coral elements to bring things bang up to date.


Visualizer: Yuliya Chudinovskikh

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: Martin’s

Make your bed into a peaceful pink island, in the middle of a calm white sea.


Source: Street Workshop, Etsy

Plush pink bed sets look fresher when layered with white sheets and pure white pillows.


Visualizer: Art Group

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: Maggi Samir

A similar balance can be achieved with a teal, pink and brown bedroom palette.


Visualizer: Andrew Athanasius

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: Tien nguyen

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: Maria Novikova

More pink boiserie, this time within a pink and green interior design.


Visualizer: Andrey Barinov

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: ZROBYM architects

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: Archionica

Shape up. This pink and purple bedroom scheme uses graphic shapes for an uber contemporary feel.


Visualizer: Andrey Barinov

Grow a natural theme by adding green and wood accents. A pink and green bedroom with wooden elements evokes a sense of nature that will aid with relaxation.


Visualizer: Nam Quang Đặng

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.


Source: A Beautiful Mess

Wrap the room with pink wainscot for a smart classic take on the candy colour.


Source: Amazon

Look to luxe to add romance. The lustrous wall art, pendant light shade and furniture trims in this pink and gold bedroom add a dash of luxury. Get that gorgeous golden light here.


Visualizer: Maggi Samir

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: Ruslan Kovalchuk, Mariya Chmut and Stephen Tsimbalyuk

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: Olga Pavlyk

These dusky pink closets have a textured finish to make them stand out from the rest of the pink crowd.


Visualizer: Ekaterina Svanberg

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.


Designer: 荣 烨

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.


Visualizer: АНҐАР студія

Give your pink bedroom some jewellery. Add a bit of ‘bling’ with sparkly pendants, shiny wallpaper prints and multiple decorative wall mirrors.


Visualizer: VizLine Studio

Use colour to define areas of use. A pink slatted wall panel covers the area behind a vanity table in this bedroom, clearly separating the makeup table from the bed.


Visualizer: Maggi Samir

The padded pink wall section in this room marks the sleep and relaxation zone – with a dressing table and closets left out in the grey zone.


Visualizer: Hi-Light Architects

Put it in lights. There’s nothing subtle about a neon sign, a giant terrarium or a bold pink wallpaper, but who said a bedroom had to be subtle?


Visualizer: Dezest

Break it to make it. These green, black and white elements nicely break up this pink decor scheme, and balance each other out perfectly.


Visualizer: Dima Kravtsov & Alina Buligіna

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: Andrei Erokhin

Just a few pink bedroom accessories colour this predominantly white bedroom.


Visualizer: Filip Sapojnicov

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: Angel black

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: Pikcells Ltd

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: Ruslan Kovalchuk & Stephen Tsimbalyuk

Double the room colour with a huge mirror.


Visualizer: Olia Paliichuk

Paint with pastels. Pastel pink and powder blue will always be beautiful together. Apply in even amounts for a baby soft colour scheme.


Visualizer: Vladimir Korsun

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: Visable

Another traditional pink kids’ room, this time with a canopy bed.


Visualizer: Andrey Malienko

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: TOL’KO interiors

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: Maggi Samir

Sleep beneath a pink sky, like this dreamy pink cloud ceiling mural. A pink area rug reflects the hue back down on ground level.


Visualizer: Thao Uyen

A more child-like vision of the pink cloud theme.


Visualizer: Andrei Erokhin

Blow hot and cold, with hot fuschia and iced pink wall sections.


Visualizer: Anton Naselevets

Take inspiration from the tropics. A white swing arm wall lamp stretches across tropical bird prints on this hot pink headboard feature wall.


Visualizer: 7 Square Studio

Another take on a hot pink accent wall with animal art prints.


Visualizer: Mai Khaled

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: Maggi Samir

Change up prints and patterns.


Visualizer: FINE DESIGN

Soft pink meets soft lighting in this pink black and white kid’s room, which is trimmed with a half height border of LED perimeter lighting.


Visualizer: Maggi Samir

This softly lit floral feature forms a joint headboard for twin beds. See more ideas for shared kids’ rooms here.


Visualizer: Maggi Samir

LED strip lights trim a ceiling mural and a modern chandelier here. A recessed pink wall shelf glows warmly above the two matching pink kids’ beds.

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