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.
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
Go all in. If you’re an all or nothing kind of personality, then an all-pink bedroom scheme should hit the mark.
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
Brighten dusky shades with bright coral elements.
chic combination but can fall a little flat on its own.
Make your bed into a peaceful pink island, in the middle of a calm white sea.
Plush pink bed sets look fresher when layered with white sheets & pure white pillows.
two easily by layering up bedclothes, or go duotone on wardrobe finishes.
A similar balance can be achieved with a teal, pink and brown bedroom palette.
Meld colours with a piece of wall art. In this pink and blue bedroom design, peacock blue accentuates a pink textured headboard feature wall.
By picking out just a few of your favourite pink pieces you can put together a pink bedroom scheme that isn’t overbearing.
These dusky pink closets have a textured finish to make them stand out from the rest of the pink crowd.
Old faithful and new delights. An old distressed bedstead looks right at home alongside super fresh bright coral paintwork. Crisp white bedclothes and white wall trims bring the two together.
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