7 Pink Bedrooms That Any Woman (Or Man) Would Love

It’s no secret that we are a fan of pink around here. Give us all the shades of blush and rose. But decorating with pink can be difficult. If done incorrectly, it can come off as juvenile. Also, have you ever tried to convince your husband to paint a wall pink? It’s pretty tricky. But it’s all about balance. Read on for 7 examples of bedrooms that perfectly incorporate our favorite hue into the space.

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Who would have thought blush and black would work so perfectly together? But the matte black in this space just pairs perfectly with the blush walls and neutral décor.

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If anyone knows how to incorporate color into a home, it’s our girl Elsie. She added a blush ceiling but left the walls white, giving it a completely grown up, yet feminine feel.

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Throwing my own bedroom in the mix here because I always get asked how I talked my husband into a fully pink bed 😂. We live in a rental so painting the walls isn’t an option for us. But our bedroom is a good compromise of subtle pinks that aren’t overwhelming for my punk rock hubby.

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If you’re going to go for it, I say go for it! Mix it up with different shades of pink and different textures to give your bedroom a really fun, bohemian feel.

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If your style is a little more glam, try incorporating metallics and unique accent pieces into your space. I love that night table with the mother-of-pearl inlay! It goes beautifully with the velvet rose headboard.

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A good way to make pink feel not so overwhelmingly “feminine” (we’re firm believers that colors shouldn’t be assigned to gender, everyone should love pink!) is add a rich contrasting color. This room takes peachy pink walls and bedding and adds in gorgeous navy blues for a perfectly paired contrast.

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When in doubt, just go neutral. If your heart is set on painting your walls pink, you can keep the furniture and textiles more neutral to balance it out. It gives it a sophisticated, yet serene feel to the space.

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Author: Samantha Welker

Samantha Welker is the business manager at Glitter Guide. She has an Master's in Corporate Finance & Sustainability from Harvard Business School but prefers working in the creative industry. She also hosts a weekly business podcast for creative women called Pretty Okay Podcast. She loves spending time with her husband and her son, Rocky, in sunny San Diego. Follow along on Instagram

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