10 Pink Bedrooms With Images, Tips And Accessories To Help You Decorate Yours

Change your tone. Brighten dusky shades with bright coral elements to bring things bang up to date.

Chic and shiny. A grey and pink bedroom scheme makes a chic combination but can fall a little flat on its own. Metallic accents like these twin pendant lights and small side tables add in a little sparkle. Whether you go for warm copper, light gold accents, or complement the pink tones of your room with rose gold lamps and accessories, it will be a harmonious pairing.

Plush pink bed sets look fresher when layered with white sheets and pure white pillows.

Add a blast of contrast. If you’re looking for a second strong colour to contrast and complement pink decor, then teal is a terrific option. Coming from the opposite side of the colour wheel, this blue-green hue makes a bold partner for pink. You can combine the two easily by layering up bedclothes, or go duotone on wardrobe finishes. There are contrasting bedroom benches in this particular example too, but this time grey has been chosen to create a quieter balance…

A similar balance can be achieved with a teal, pink and brown bedroom palette.

Frame it, frame it, frame it. The cushioned headboard in this pink and grey bedroom has been set within three more frames, resulting in a grander headboard that also reaches behind the bedside units.

More pink boiserie, this time within a pink and green interior design.

Shape up. This pink and purple bedroom scheme uses graphic shapes for an uber contemporary feel.

Meet the colour scheme halfway. It’s no new thing to paint walls in two different colours on their upper and lower half, but a loose paint technique that this one adds modern and carefree character.

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.