Are you pondering the idea of decorating your bedroom in pink but you feel this color is a bit overwhelming? Do you want a pink bedroom and are completely unsure where to start? We’ve gathered a list of more than 50 stunning pink bedroom ideas for you to check out and get inspired by.
Light Pink Bedroom ideas
1. Pallet Bed
Elevating your mattress using a wooden pallet is a cool idea, especially when you can cover the improvised “steps” with a gorgeous pink faux fur rug. The pleasant pink tones in this particular bedroom are very relaxing, and the string lights definitely help create the cozy ambiance.
2. Soft Flamingo Pink Bedroom
It’s amazing how you can basically make any bedroom cozier by adding faux fur elements here and there. We love the pink feather lighting fixture that matches the chromatic and coziness of the rest of the bedroom.
3. Pink Princess Bedroom
When you’re going for a princess-like bedroom with plenty of pink, you could spruce up the decor with simple wall art and even a chandelier, as you can see here. Just make sure you hang it at the right height so that it doesn’t dangerously dangle over the bed.
4. Delicate Pink Bedroom
The best thing about decorating a bedroom with light pink hues is that you can’t really overdo it. Even when you paint the walls, add the bedding, and go for decorative elements that are all light pink, it doesn’t feel heavy on the eyes, as you can see here.
Photo credit: @perfectpinkhouse
5. Light Pink Accent Wall
You don’t really need that much pink to make a bedroom cozy. Here you can see how few pink elements (such as window curtains) and an accent wall can do a pretty good job in complementing the whites used throughout the room.
Photo credit: @themarklandhome
6. Light and Airy Pink Bedroom
The elegance of this pink bedroom is partly given by its simplicity. As you can see, there is no clutter, as the central area is the large bed with pink and white bedding. Above the vanity, you can also spot some pink frames that blend into the decor, offering a pleasant view when doing the morning skincare routine.
Photo credit: @mrsvictoriabaker_athome
7. Simple White and Pink Bedroom
Whenever you’re going for that cozy bedroom vibe whilst integrating pink as a main color, consider a pale tone and combine it with white for that calming effect. While the walls, bedding, and nightstands remain white, the bed frame, throw blanket, and even rug are in a delicate shade of pink.
8. Zen Pink Bedroom Setup
Consider setting up a soft pink bedroom if you want to commit to decorating with this color but don’t want to go all the way through. Notice how the delicate shade of pink from the bedding is combined with neutral tones for the walls and greenery that anchors the entire chromatic setup.
9. Pink Floral Bedroom
Another pink bedroom setup that we fell in love with is this one, and it really is filled with elements that are pleasurable to look at. The delicacy of the bedding, the simple white nightstand, the floral wall art, the painted wallflowers, and even the wicker furniture and decor elements; all contribute to a calming environment.
Pink and Grey Bedroom Ideas
10. Large Pink Bedroom with Seating Area
As you can see in this image, pink and gray are two colors that go really well together. The gray area rug is paired with the bedframe, while the walls are painted in a light shade of pink. There are smaller details that contribute to the double color palette, such as throw pillow covers and even decorative boxes.
11. Bedroom with Wall Mural
You have to check out this lovely pink bedroom that combines gray elements for a very aesthetic look. The pink headboard is complemented by an exquisite mural. The bedroom on the left features hardwood nightstands, while the bedroom on the right features an IKEA hack using Rast drawers.
Photo credit: Swoon Worthy
12. Pink and Gray Girl’s Bedroom
If you’re not sure how to decorate your teenage daughter’s bedroom, how about pink and gray? This color scheme is gentler than black and pink alone and would look stunning in a teen girl’s room. As you can see, they also used white and natural wood, which looks incredible.
13. Blush and Gray Girls Bedroom
When you choose to paint a bedroom in light colors, you basically brighten up the entire space. However, if you are a fan of this pink and gray color combo, you can always add it to the decor using elements other than wall paint (including bedroom frames, bedding items, wall art, and even throw blankets).
14. Fuzzy Pink and Gray Bedroom
There’s something about faux fur items that makes a bedroom so inviting, especially on a cold winter day when all you want to do is crawl under the blanket. To further convince you that pink and gray are two colors that work perfectly together, here is a bedroom that combines different shades of these two.
Photo credit: @homebyis
15. Upholstered Gray Bedroom
Pink bedrooms aren’t about throwing in every pink furniture piece and decor element you can find. They’re about knowing how to combine pink to make it less straining on the eyes. Here, you can spot how the gray bed frame and curtains contrast the few pink tones across the bed to create an ambiance that’s inviting to relaxation.
Photo credit: @homeofcc
16. Oriental Bedroom Vibes
One might argue that this color combination has nothing to do with an oriental setup, but check out the round throw pillow, the string lights that resemble Japanese lanterns, and the choice of print on the nightstand. Can you visualize it now?
Photo credit: @ourss9
17. Teen Pink Bedroom
In this modern pink and grey adolescent room, a string of sparkling accent lights creates a warm and glowy atmosphere while also serving as a spot to pin up postcards, photos, stickers, and other keepsakes.
18. Pretty Pink Peonies
One might think there’s nothing special about this pink and gray bedroom, but we can’t help but notice how clean it is. Judging by the furniture lines alone, this bedroom is a somewhat modern one, with a gorgeous set of two pink peonies paintings that add playfulness to the decor.
19. Perfect Patterns
Balance candy pink’s sickly sweetness with zingy citrus yellows and chilly blues. This color scheme complements one another beautifully and is reminiscent of pastel-hued nostalgic confections. A neutral floor and dashes of grey can anchor the appearance, lending it a more mature vibe.
Turquoise and Pink Bedroom Ideas
20. Calming Bedroom Setup
A canopy bed can make a great addition to a pink bedroom, especially one that’s designed for girls. If you enjoy feminine, attractive vibes, this may be the ideal style of bed for you.
Photo credit: MYTEXASHOUSE
21. Pink Pom Poms and Window Treatments
As you can see, this bedroom is very simple in terms of accessories, but the boldness of the colors makes a powerful statement. The hot pink found in the furniture and window treatments is combined with a delicate light shade of turquoise, giving this bedroom an entire personality that simply can’t be ignored.
22. Two-Toned Bedroom
You can construct your own color scheme using only two hues, such as pink and turquoise, or you can incorporate all of them. If you bear in mind that a bedroom is a place to unwind, you may prefer a neutral area highlighted with vibrant furniture pieces or only fabrics, which will make it easier to make changes and transition to something more neutral.
23. Glam Turquoise and Pink Bedroom
Another bedroom with a plethora of elements to fall in love with. It’s a classy, vibrant bedroom with turquoise chairs, navy walls, pink pillows, and a rug, vivid bedding, and a gleaming mirror and metallic accents.
24. Toddler Pink and Turquoise Bedroom
How can you not adore the details in this bedroom? The floral prints on the delicate bedding items, the white clouds that rain colorful hearts instead of water droplets, and even that adorable elephant plushie on the bed, all make this bedroom perfect for a child.
25. Pink Plaids and Turquoise Treatments
The combination of colors in this bedroom is interior design at its finest. The playful pink plaid rug upon which one can find a pink bed with an aqua damask bed skirt, a pink Moroccan pouf, and a gray accent table; all decorate one of the most delicate rooms we’ve seen today.
Hot Pink Bedroom Ideas
26. Pink and Green Patterns
Utilize the rebirth of folk motifs in brilliant hues to produce an optimistic rural home. There is something lovely about this bedroom, which is highlighted with a lovely upholstered headboard. Although the palette is nearly entirely reminiscent of an English country garden, the more bright tones assure a contemporary finish.
Photo credit: David Brittain
27. Bold Pink Bedroom
This particular bedroom could be a little controversial as people usually like it or hate it, with no in-between. It’s true that the pink chosen for the bedding is a little bolder, but the other neutral tones in the room really seem to tone it down, so it’s not as unpleasant as one might think.
28. Playful Pink Tones
From mustard footrest bench upholstery to coral mirror frames that adorn the pastel pink walls, this bedroom is clearly full of personality. Some of the elements have been personalized (such as the initials on the throw pillow), while others are very easy to find in online stores.
29. Hot and Bold Pink Bedroom Setup
Granted, this is another hot pink bedroom that not everyone will fall in love with, but it is quite a statement and a pleasure for those who are die-hard fans of the color. Fit for royalty, this bedroom features pink tufted upholstery, a tall velvet headboard, and even a crystal chandelier to compliment the style.
30. Powerful Pink Bedroom Walls
We admire the choice of a black headboard that anchor the very powerful choice of pink for the walls. The contrast with the blue tabletop lamp is even more powerful, but the white bedding sheets intervene to make the composition more pleasant and easy on the eyes.
Pink Gold Bedroom Ideas
31. Master Bedroom
What we love about this pink bedroom is that it shows you don’t need too many fancy elements to make it an elegant room. The chandelier, the glam nightstand, and the imposing upholstered bed frame with a button-tufted headboard are enough to create an imposing statement for anyone who walks into the room.
32. Pink Boho Bedroom
Pink beds are becoming more prevalent. You can mix and match this pink bed with other colors such as green or blue, or you can make it the only color in your room. With its velvety bed texture, mustard yellow drapes, terracotta walls, art, and wallpaper, this bedroom is a maximalist fantasy in every way.
Photo credit: Swoon Worthy
33. Vintage modern Pink Bedroom
Yes, vintage and modern can come together in the very same room by using elements that pertain to both styles. Here, you can notice golden modern elements in the shape of a table lamp and throw pillows with golden accents being combined with a distressed wood nightstand.
34. Fairytale Bedroom
There’s something very Hollywood-esque about this particular bedroom setup. Maybe it’s the imposing headboard that seems to turn the bed into a stage, or maybe it’s the low-hanging lighting that creates a unique sense of glam into one of the most gorgeous pink bedrooms we’ve seen so far.
35. Elegant Pink and Gold Bedroom
Another great idea for people that don’t want to commit to an all-pink bedroom is to go for one element in this color and make it stand out. Here, that something is the bed itself, with its upholstered headboard and the pink bedding with golden accents.
36. Glam Canopy Bed
Decorating a girl’s bedroom isn’t easy these days, especially since our small princesses have LOADS of personality. However, if they love pink, you can’t go wrong with a gold-finish canopy, as these two colors go together really well.
Pink Bedroom Ideas for Adults
37. Farmhouse Bedroom
Who knew that you can add a sliding barn door to your bedroom, paint it pink, and make it look as amazing as it is right here. The plaid bedding combined with a floral wallpaper just contribute to the theme, even more, making this the ideal bedroom for pink and farmhouse-style lovers.
38. Dusty Pink Bedroom
We know that adults often run away from vivid pink bedrooms, but could easily fall in love with hues like these. Notice how contrasting colors are brought together without making one’s eyes sore in a bedroom that looks as cozy as ever.
39. Small Pink Bedroom
Even a very small bedroom could look amazing if you know which pink hues to use to avoid the space looking too overwhelming. Notice how these faded colors emit a sense of tranquillity, making this bedroom a perfect resting place for adults tired at the end of the day.
Photo credit: @everlasting.charm
40. Blooming Bedroom
Introducing pink does not require a large block of color. Splashes of the hue contrast beautifully against a dark background, such as this massive wall painting, and provide a smart way to incorporate it into your bedroom. To bring the idea together, accent the varied tones with bed linen and an area rug.
Photo credit: Simon Whittaker
41. Pale Pink Bedroom
Plaster pink is an all-purpose color that will take you through the seasons. It adds a touch of subtle grandeur to the concept and complements the natural bedding and carpeting, as well as the dressing table and bed frame.
Photo credit: Dominic Blackmore
42. Pink Bedroom Eye Candy
There really is no better way to describe this bedroom than “eye candy”. The vibrant pink stays constantly powerful throughout the entire room, with matching wall color, bedding, door, an even the pink chandelier that hangs elegantly above the bed.
Photo credit: Dean Kaufman
43. Pink Bedroom with Floral Wallpaper
Some might consider this bedroom to be a bit overwhelming, but there are plenty of people who would enjoy the vibrant colors. We love how the window treatments are designed to match the wallpaper, creating a perfect sense of unity throughout the bedroom.
44. Pink Attic Bedroom
Imagine turning your attic into a bedroom with a skylight that lets you contemplate the stars before going to bed. Here you have an example of how you can pull it off, especially when you want to combine pink with some white to further brighten up the space.
Pink Bedroom Ideas for Little Girls
45. Pink Bedroom with Play Cot
It’s almost impossible to focus on anything else in the picture once your eyes feast upon that gorgeous play tent. Adorned with golden stars, pink throw pillows, and even the cutest stuffed penguin, this feels like the most welcoming indoor play space for little girls.
46. Romantic Pink Bedroom
Pink can be used on the walls, a pink bench, pillows, and even in wall art to create a soft, glam space. Neutral and classic glam furniture can be used to counterbalance these features. Here, you can see the mirror-paneled nightstand and how gorgeous it looks in this particular setup.
47. Pink Ballerina Bedroom
When you want your little girl to feel like a princess, investing in her bedroom can be a little more expensive, especially if you choose quality furniture and bedding items. We fell in love with this combination of the white canopy and fairy lights and it feels like every girl’s bedroom could use these.
48. Comfy White and Pink Bedroom
A peaceful and romantic bedroom does not have to be pink, light green, or sky blue. Combine the pastel colors to produce a wonderful, but not particularly eye-catching, color play.
49. Pink Girls’ Room
People often falsely believe that pink is a very powerful color and doesn’t really go well with colors such as yellow or blue. However, when you keep the tones light, you can make a wonderful setup for a girl’s room, as you can see right here.
50. Modern Vintage Pink Bedroom
This room has a typical pastel pink hue, yet a few decadent details make things classy. Pillows piled high on top of one other, exquisite jacquard drapes, and sleek glass knobs all scream “hotel style,” while textured throws give color and comfort.
Photo credit: Dominic Blackmore
51. Dream Butterfly Bedroom
When it comes to dream bedrooms for little girls, this one definitely ranks in our top three. The floral accent wall, the pink wall paint and window treatments, the adorable customized wall pictures: everything goes so well together, it’s impossible to not dream what it would be like to own this bedroom even if you’re an adult.
52. Playful Pink Patterns
Delicate and more powerful shades of pink can be combined if you want your bedroom to vibrate with positive energy. You can get really playful with patterns which are often reflected in the choice of bedding items, as this is the most affordable and easy way to change the visuals of your bedroom.
53. White and Pink Bedroom
Every visual element of this bedroom is just stunning. Against a pale pink ceiling, a white feather chandelier falls from the eaves. The orange crown moldings add a pop of color to the space. A white tulip sconce mounted to a wall covered with pink and orange curtains illuminates the bed beneath a window with white plantation shutters. Simply stunning!
The Bottom Line
With these pink bedroom ideas, hopefully you got inspired at least for some elements that you’d love to see in your next project.
Remember that pink doesn’t always have to be imposing, as you can choose delicate shades and pair them with colors on the cooler side of the color wheel. Want more ideas? Check out our list of 40 whimsical bedroom ideas!