Forget what you think you know about pink bedrooms. Once thought of as a color eternally relegated to the nursery, pink is making a big comeback—and it's a great color if you're hunting for a new bedroom hue. Never boring, pink comes in a wide variety of shades and can work as a deep, moody mauve or skew more neutral as a subtle, barely-there pink.
No matter your style, pink is a great color to incorporate into your bedroom palette. Click through for our favorite examples of pink-hued bedrooms.
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Understated and Modern
While some shades of pink can be loud and bold, others are a little more understated and quiet. This bedroom from reclaimed.reloved features a muted medium pink that works well in modern or care-free bedrooms. We love the sense of calm this color projects throughout the room and how well it plays with natural wood and other organic materials.Continue to 2 of 16 below.
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Mix in Different Shades
Pink is one of those colors that can almost serve as a complete color palette all on its own. As long as you pick pink shades with similar undertones, you can mix in a few different pink hues to create dimension in any space. This lovely romantic bedroom from rosedale_cottage not only features multiple shades of pink, but it also has a wonderful floral wallpaper that really seals the deal.Continue to 3 of 16 below.
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A Modern Nursery
If you are looking for a color scheme for your nursery that's not outplayed, consider pink. Hear us out—while pink is a common color for nurseries, a bold, neon pink like this one from thesistersdwelling offers a great twist on an old classic. This sunny nursery is a bit eclectic, but still sweet and welcoming.Continue to 4 of 16 below.
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Try a Soft Pink
This bedroom from gingerhearts is proof that even a soft, feminine pink shade doesn't have to feel cutesy or childlike. We love the gentle, tranquil feel this color provides and how well it plays with the bold white accents throughout the room. Pair light pink with other shades of pink and neutrals to keep it calming.Continue to 5 of 16 below.
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Consider a Barely-There Pink
A subtle shade of pink like this barely-there salmon hue from livs.home is a great way to add a pop of color to your bedroom without using an overly bold color palette. We love the textured wallpapered accent wall that helps add depth to the space and how well this light pink plays with other cool neutrals.Continue to 6 of 16 below.
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A Pink and Blue Palette
Sure, white and blue is a traditional color pairing, but check out how lovely this muted blue and pink color scheme looks in this room from beesforeverhome. When picking colors to pair with pink, look for hues with similar undertones. Here, while these shades are contrasting colors, they both have cool undertones which make them work incredibly well together.Continue to 7 of 16 below.
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Pink Is Perfect for Wanderlust
If you are into an eclectic, creative style, then consider adding touches of pink throughout the space—as seen in this bedroom from kaekooshop. Not only is pink a positive, mood-lifting color, but it also adds a sense of softness to an eclectic-style space that works particularly well in a bedroom.Continue to 9 of 16 below.
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A Pink and Gold Palette
If you love a flirty, romantic look, consider pairing pink with subtle gold accents, as seen in this bedroom from saya.studio.ae. We love the medium cool pink shades seen throughout this space, especially when matched with the gold in the paintings above the twin beds. While pink and gold is a trendy color combo, it can also feel classic and elevate any look.Continue to 10 of 16 below.
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Add an Accent Wall
Want to add a touch of pink without going overboard? This fun color-blocked accent wall from madeupstyle features a sophisticated, moody mauve that feels anything but childlike. An accent wall with a stripe or a color block is a great idea if you want to add a pop of pink and some unexpected visual interest.Continue to 11 of 16 below.
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A Light Blush
Blush has been having a moment for a while now, and it's pretty clear why. This bedroom from thelondonhomefix features a blush wall that elevates the bedroom and creates a romantic, flirty feel. Blush works in so many different styles and rooms, but we love it in a traditional bedroom with clean lines and classic furniture.Continue to 12 of 16 below.
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Go Bold With Coral
There is nothing shy about this beautiful bedroom from ilanaharkavy. Coral is a lively, bold color that can instantly transform a space. In this room, various shades of bright pink can be seen throughout the furniture and accessories too, creating an almost monochromatic look and feel that's broken up by other contrasting hues.Continue to 13 of 16 below.
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Try a 3D Accent All
Not only does this bedroom from theonebespoke feature a dusty rose pink that is perfect for moody bedrooms, but it also has a 3D accent wall that gives it loads of personality. This wall is a moderate DIY that will take a bit of handiness with a saw and some lumber, but the result is a true showstopper.Continue to 14 of 16 below.
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Pair Black and Pink
We love this eclectic bedroom from bealach_uige_bothy. The owner did a great job of layering contrasting colors with a soft pink bedspread and accessories set against a bold, black wall. Black and pink can be a great color combo, but it works best with softer, lighter pinks that won't overwhelm against the black.Continue to 15 of 16 below.
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Perfect for a Nursery
Of course, pink is always a great choice for a kid's room or a nursery, but if you're looking for inspiration to make pink stand out, consider this wall idea from mynorthernabode. Here, a speckled black and white border keep the pink from feeling too cutesy or overwhelming, and add a lot of visual interest.Continue to 16 of 16 below.
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Consider a Tan-Hued Pink
If you can't decide between a neutral or a bolder color, try a shade like this one from atnumberfourteen_. This dusty light pink has hints of tan and, depending on the light, appears more neutral than overly colorful. Pink is such a versatile hue because it can play well with so many color schemes and decor styles, including a few you might not expect.