How to style a pink bedroom
Planning on a pink bedroom transformation? Take a look at these top tips to create a sophisticated and timeless scheme.
Pink is a popular colour for many when it comes to redecorating a bedroom, but while it’s effortlessly soft and pretty, there’s always the risk of it looking immature.
To make sure your pink scheme is a gorgeous grown-up space, try these top tips when styling your space.
The perfect bed
Image: Time 4 Sleep
Opting for an upholstered bed in a dusky pink shade is a great way to bring your pink scheme into 2020. With pink, it’s often down to the tone and shade you choose that makes it look either sophisticated or not so much. We suggest staying away from bubblegum pinks and towards these more muted shades.
Bring a luxurious edge to your pink bedroom with wood panelling. Take inspiration from @hilton_on_the_hill and use panelling as a sophsticated backdrop for your bed. Not only does this bring a sense of grandeur to your space but makes it feel timeless. The contrast between the traditional panelling and millenial pink makes for a cool and contemporary look.
Art Deco touches
Art Deco touches look effortless and grown-up, especially for a 1920s-inspired boudoir. Velvet and faux fur are key materials for this look as well as tassels and fringe to pay homage to the flapper girl era.
@elle_the_home_bird has transformed her bedroom into a vintage-inspired treasure chest, full of gorgeous furniture and accessories that sing against her pink backdrop. Elle has chosen a plaster pink to adorn her walls which is offers a more sophisticated touch than a standard blush pink shade.
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