Pink! Some will & some definitely won’t. Considered the universal colour of femininity and romance, pink is a popular choice for girls of all ages. Striking the right balance is essential in keeping the space classy yet playful. In this video, we have curated some easy ways you can incorporate this colour in your child’s room, along with the effect different pink colour combinations present by trying out different pairings along the spectrum. If your daughter has had you go over the top with pink, these combinations will help tone it down.
Pink & Blue Bedrooms create a fresh, eclectic feel that cannot be outgrown. This means it can be used in girls bedrooms of any age. You can move up and down the spectrum for different results, choose aqua for a more modern take, pink & aqua room spaces will work especially for the older girl.
If your daughter is quite simply a princess of pink and just has to have an all-pink room, layer with different shades. Use the lighter shades on the walls, with a darker hue like fuschia on a feature wall and accessorise with other shades. Do this against an off-white background to bring balance to her room. You can also accessorise with pink as these are easy to change once she outgrows her love for that girly hue. From rugs & lighting to shelving with painted motifs on them. Accessories for girls’ bedrooms are plenty!
Be Shabby & Chic
Love Shabby Chic? Throw in some rumpled white linen, add pink and green florals and stripes and you have a shabby chic nursery. Shabby Chic is all about colour, texture and floral prints. While this is preferred in traditional homes, our Bella Rose Nursery Bedding is at home in any nursery style.
Gilt with Gold
For added elegance and a touch of opulence, add gold to your blush pink. Pink and gold bedroom colours recall Hollywood glamour and the golden age of film. Stay with pale pink and burnished gold to keep the room from looking tacky. Our new Marseille Nursery Furniture Collection is a labour of love, infused with creativity and handcrafted to perfection by craftsmen with decades of skill and technique behind them. The carved legs and appliques are finished in gold, silver or copper patina. You also have the option to have it gilded in gold or silver leaf.
Have you successfully used pink in your child’s room? On the other hand has it not turned out quite right? Do get in touch and we can help you make it a beautiful, pink space. We recognise not all girls love it and we’ve put together some creative ways to avoid pink in a girl’s bedroom, and also creative non-pink nursery ideas.