How to Add a Pop of Pink to Your Bedroom
First added 16th July 2021
By Sophia Rimmer
4 min read
Pink is a surprisingly adaptable colour choice for a bedroom, with tones ranging from gentle blush to vibrant fuchsia. If you keep up to date with interior design trends, you’ll know that pink accents are making a comeback! The great thing about pink is it works well with all neutral colours. So, whether it’s bright or blushed, pink will fit perfectly in a master bedroom creating light, a sense of style, and sophistication.
As pink is all the rage right now, we've come up with some unique and inventive ways to add pops of pink into your bedroom including pink beds and accessories.
Paint Walls Pink and Proud
You can look to incorporate pink into your bedroom by painting a feature wall. Or if you’re a bold character with a big personality, go all in and paint every wall pink. If you do, make sure you choose a warm tone of pink so the bedroom stays a tranquil and pleasant space.
There are many different shades of pink to choose from though, so you must consider the mood and aesthetic you want to create. Pinks with peachy tones are ideal for creating a soothing bedroom while crisp, clean designs often use richer shades such as coral pink and terracotta.
Add a Pink Bed Frame
Statement beds are certainly on trend right now; they can energetically transform a bedroom and effortlessly add splashes of colour. To add a hint of pink to your room, browse our collection of pink beds. With ottoman styles and blush pink velvet finishes, a pink bed is guaranteed to make any bedroom beautifully bright and chic.
Add Pretty Pink Textiles
Your bed is the centerpiece of a master bedroom, therefore what better way to add a pop of pink than with pink bedding? This is a simple yet effective way of adding colour to your sleeping space. Because your bedding is changed so frequently, you have the opportunity to get creative with your bedroom décor without commitment. You could even match the bedding to your curtains to add harmony.
Another way to add pink textiles is to add cushions and a warm winter throw to your bed. Subtle colours can benefit from a little bit of pattern. So, if you choose a dusty pink, you could add some geometric patterned scatter pillows or a patterned rug to freshen up the design and add character. For a botanical touch, add floral patterns and pair them with some indoor plants.
Be Quirky with Wall Art
Adding creative and inspiring wall art with elements of pink is an easy way to include colour without making any drastic changes. This is great for those who don't want to make an overdramatic statement.
If your bedroom has a light colour scheme with white walls, look for artwork with fun bright hints of fuchsia. On the other hand, if your bedroom scheme consists of darker hues such as green and blue, choose artwork with muted pinks to help bring light back into the space. Big artwork looks fantastic above your bed or you could create a gallery of art made up of smaller pieces.
Add Loud Lighting
Lighting doesn't have to be dull, especially when mood and ambiance are crucial for a good night’s sleep. An easy and practical way to add colour and quirkiness to your bedroom is with feature bedside lamps or hanging statement shades. Lights will help to create a relaxing atmosphere and can really set the scene for bedtime, helping change the mood of the room. If you often work from home in a bedroom office, altering the lighting can make your room feel like a sleep-space, rather than your work environment.
Blooming Lovely Pink Flowers
Plants and flowers can instantly transform a room's appearance. By adding a few potted plants to your bedroom, it will suddenly feel more homely and inviting. They are also a fabulous way to add bursts of colour with many pretty pink houseplants to choose from.
Just to name a few, here are four delightful, pink indoor plants to add to your bedroom design:
- Crassula Pellucida Variegat
- Hemigraphis Alternata
- Fittonia Albivenis
We hope we have inspired you to add pops of pink to your bedroom! Whether that be by buying a new pink bed or adding quirky wall art. On a final note, if you would like to learn more about bedroom designs and your health and wellbeing, click here to read 7 Bedroom Design Tips to Improve Your Happiness.
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