Pink is not the most popular color for home decor as it is traditionally girly and not often used to decorate couples and family homes. Still, this color can be a beautiful and chic addition, or even the main tone in a room, and today’s roundup shows you how to use it in your bedroom without going too girly.
Color Schemes and Styles
Pink offers many shades, from light to darker, and they can be combined with many other colors. Pink goes well with all sorts of neutrals for a calm space, gold and copper for a soft girly feel, navy or teal for a modern contrast look, black for drama, gray as a cool alternative to neutrals.
Pink can be integrated into all types of spaces: minimalist, contemporary, boho, glamorous, modern and many others. You just have to work it in properly and choose a right shade to make it look perfect. How to add pink to your bedroom?
Pink furniture and decor
The most popular way to add color to any room is to paint the walls – a budget-friendly idea that doesn’t take a lot of time and effort. If you want to be creative with your pink walls, choose color block walls, watercolor, ombre, or even pink wallpaper walls.
Furniture can be another cool idea for incorporating pink into bedroom decor: it’s easier and quicker to integrate, doesn’t require much effort, and can be changed or removed when you get tired of it. Bring a cool pink chair, padded bench or day bed, pink bed or nightstand – if you don’t have those on hand, just make one! Pink accessories are also enough: pink lamps, bedside tables, pillows and other things. Enjoy!