Pink is my all-time favourite colour and if you have a crush on this romantic shade too, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to the dusky pink bedroom heaven – think blush bed linen, chic embroidered cushions, stand-out patterned wallpaper and rich paint shades.
The pink colour spectrum allows you to let your creativity run free and design anything from that Instagram-worthy scheme with pops of velvet-like hues to a relaxing space with soft, muted tones.
Pink has now firmly found its place within the new neutrals list. It works wonderfully as a base to a sophisticated room scheme and pairs beautifully with other warm neutral shades. Or you can simply use it as a base to layer lovely natural textures such as rattan and jute – lovely.
If you want contrast, try pairing it with dark greys, navy blues or matt black and brass.
Or, if you love pastel shades, soft pink with tones of mint or pale blue is fresh and lively.
For me, the bedroom should be a place to unwind, so I’m most drawn to calm, dusty pinks with a bit of a classic feel to them.
Take a look at these dusky pink bedroom ideas I’ve fallen in love with and get inspired to recreate the most stylish, yet calming scheme in your home too…
Go for natural bedding for a soft, romantic touch, like the Mabel Blush Pink 100% linen bed linen, £135 for a double duvet cover and £22 for a standard pillowcase, Secret Linen Store.
If you love period dramas and want to add that vintage flair to your bedroom, choose the Selwood Wallpaper in Rose Pink, £120 per roll, from Woodchip & Magnolia.
Dress your windows in pink shades with these shutters priced from £168 per sq m, from California Shutters.
Get that summer feeling in your bedroom with the floral Lorello quilt cover set, £149, from Sheridan.
If you need extra storage, why not go for a bespoke wardrobe like this colourful one from Neville Johnson? It’s great for making the most of the space you have available, plus its handleless design helps create a sleek look. Fitted furniture priced from £3,000.
Mix and match shades of dusky pink and sage green for a trendy look. Wheatgrass and Spring Bud matt emulsion paint, from £18 per 2.5L, Crown.
Isn’t this dusky pink bedroom just dreamy? Recreate the look with the Matera bed from £3,499; Washed Stripe bed linen, from £35; Candy Stripe cushion, £49; Orta mirror £649; Bud vase, £25, all from Heal’s, plus Marano dresser £999, Marano bedside table £399m both from Says Who; Barbara rug £1,579, from DAC; Peppermint Tea vase £79, from Dust London; Strom vase £46, from Raawii; Hebe medium table lamp, £270, from Ferm LIVING, all available at Heal’s.
Why hold back? Go all-out on pink shades and add accents of red and metallics for a statement look. The ‘Project Pink’ bedroom designed by Topology Interiors features Game gold wall lamps from House Doctor, £151 each; Pink curtains from Hilary’s; Luna double bed by Loaf, from £995; Floating oak bedside drawer from Urban Size, £175; Pink 03 paint from Lick, £38 per 2.5litres, and Chiltern full length arch mirror from The White Company, £350.
Paint your walls in a muted pink shades like the Dulux Matt Emulsion in Soda Pink, Faded Petal, £29.16 per 2.5L, and add a nice contrast with an earthy tone like the Brave Ground in Dulux Satinwood finish, £16.91 per 500ml, both from Dulux.
Make your bed the focal point in your scheme with a lush design like the Evesham 5ft kingsize bed in Blush Pink Velvet, £725, Cotswold Company. It looks so comfortable, right?
The bedroom of this new Peabody Southmere home was designed by Studio Morton with elegance in mind. Soft pink accents throughout the room add a subtle pop of colour to fit the rest of the home’s modern style.
Which scheme is your favourite? Let me know in the comments!
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