Like most girls, Pretty Ink Pink was one of my favorite movies of the 1980s. I mean, who didn’t love the pink polka dot dress that Molly Ringwald made herself for the prom?! For me that was the moment I learned that the color pink was in fact fashionable. Beyond the girly and bubblegum pink that many of us think of when discussing the shade, pink spaces can be modern, edgy, and soulful. Here are some of my favorite pretty in pink bedrooms that use the feminine shade to create one-of-a-kind restful retreats.
Pink cushions in cultural patterns like these from John Robshaw can be used to create a bedroom with an eclectic global mix in soft and calming tones.
From dusty pink walls, to floor-to-ceiling drapes in the pretty hue, this bedroom is a celebration of the color pink. A chrome bed brings in modern 21st Century style, and I love the touch of a hot pink throw to the neutral bedding scheme.
With walls in your favorite shade of pink, you can bring in other pieces in cool contrasting shades for a unique look. A blue velvet bed in this bedroom brings in an instant cool factor.
Gray and pink are paired together beautifully in this bedroom. Just a touch of pink in this upholstered headboard adds a sophisticated touch to this elegant bedroom.
Layer shades of pink by using various patterns that feature the color. A throw featuring a hot pink pattern adds one layer of the shade to this bedding, while an upholstered headboard in baby pink brings in even more of the soft hue.
And I just love pairing pink with warm woods. It’s a great way to combine masculine and feminine details in a bedroom.