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Here are 20 pretty in pink girls’ bedrooms!
Little girls love the color pink! In fact I love the color pink too!
If my husband let me, I would decorate our bedroom in pink tones. However h did give me purple at one point but now it’s pretty neutral with amazing aqua and gray curtains. That’s about as girly as he’ll let me get!
I particularly enjoy being able to see little girl’s bedrooms done in pink. So I’ve found 20 beautiful bedrooms to show you all with the pretty in pink theme.
By the way, I would also love to see a room in your house that you’ve decorated, especially if it’s pink!
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Girl’s Bedroom #1
This first bedroom is by far my favorite on this list.
The shiplap look on the wall behind the beds is a stylish touch.
The abundance of white in the room, together with the pale pink, makes this room look bigger and brighter even with two canopy beds in it.
Girl’s Bedroom #2
Next is another room with two canopy beds. This one is also bright and sweet because of all the white with the pops of pale pink. And I just adore those polka dots!
Girl’s Bedroom #3
Wallpaper has made a huge comeback. The bolder the better.
Just remember to use it as a focal point and not neccessarily an entire room.
One wall with amazing color and/or pattern is all you need to get that wow factor in a room.
Girl’s Bedroom #4
A pink barn door in a little girl’s room is pure genius! It’s a show stopper for sure.
I’d love to have that door in my own room! And it compliments the bold wallpaper behind the bed perfectly.
Girl’s Bedroom #5
Teepees are trending right now. They are being used indoors and outdoors in so many different kinds of materials.
I recently wrote a post on the popularity of teepees for parties.
You can find that post here if you’d like to read it!
Girl’s Bedroom #6
This turquoise and pink room is very close to what my daughter used to have for her bedroom.
She had her room with these colors from birth to 17 so it definitely can stand the test of time.
She did however replace all the pink with red on her 17th birthday. Which in my opinion was just as gorgeous as it was with pink.
Incidentally, if you don’t like this blue with pink then try red or orange with the blue instead.
Girl’s Bedroom #7
Flowers! Who doesn’t love the girliness of flowers.
The green stands out to me and was the perfect color to pull from the bedding to really add a punch to this room.
The little picket fence headboard and footboard are the perfect fit for this pink and purple flower themed room.
Girl’s Bedroom #8
This pink and gold room would be very fitting for a tween. It’s the start of a grown up space for a young girl and can stay with her through the college years too!
Girl’s Bedroom #9
Classic black and white with a punch of hot pink is never going to go out of style in a girl’s bedroom.
And you can always substitute some pink with bright orange or turquoise and you will still have a beautiful space.
Girl’s Bedroom #10
This next room is one of my favorite’s on the list. It has a very relaxing vibe to it, very calm.
And with white as the base color for furniture and ceiling and the upper part of the wall, this room will always have a bright and airy feeling to it.
It’s simplicity is beautiful in my opinion!
Girl’s Bedroom #11
Another favorite of mine on this list is this darling little room with the light pink dresser.
Don’t be afraid of paint! Paint is your best friend when decorating.
Ask the store if you can have a few paint samples to take home. Some places will give you them for free while others charge around $5 for one or two samples.
Trying out different samples are worth it big time!
Because if you don’t like it when it dries you can easily repaint it with another color fairly inexpensively.
Trust me, I learned that lesson the hard way!
Test your paint on different walls during different times of the day. You won’t regret taking this extra step I promise you!
Girl’s Bedroom #12
I’m in love with this light blue wall. That tree mural is amazing! I am definitely going to find a way to incorporate that into my home.
But used here it is just so precious with the particular shades of pink and blue the homeowner used. They did a great job highlighting the wall by allowing it to be big and bright!
Girl’s Bedroom #13
This next room reminds me of watermelon.
By the way, watermelon is also trending right now. It was in my other post with the teepees about children’s birthday parties. You can check that post out here.
So if you go with these colors you can get some watermelon knick knacks to go with it and it will be perfect for a little girl’s special space.
Girl’s Bedroom #14
One of the prettiest parts to this next room is the pink and white butterfly roman shades. They are the perfect compliment for this room and pair so nicely with the blue area rug.
Painting some blue stripes, the blue color from the rug, horizontally on this pink wall would really bring this room to the next level.
(Please send me pictures if you try it!)
Girl’s Bedroom #15
You can’t go wrong when you pair pink with blue. Pretty much every shade of pink goes with every shade of blue. And these days navy blue has been acting as a neutral just like gray or beige.
And those owls are adorable! They totally make this room, a wonderfully unique focal point.
Girl’s Bedroom #16
Pink and white gingham wallpaper? Absolutely! I can’t believe how much character the walls bring to this room.
Points for letting the walls stand out by using white and pale pink throughout the room.
Girl’s Bedroom #17
I love pattern on a feature wall. This wall is where your eyes would automatically go when entering this room so it’s smart to put the two beds side by side in front of it.
I always say lighting is a key detail in any room. Don’t go plain jane on light fixtures, always buy the best fixtures you can afford. Save the penny pinching for the accessories!
Girl’s Bedroom #18
This pink and orange room feels very boho or Moroccan to me.
I love the jewel tones and the fact that they were able to take a chance pairing the pink with bright orange.
I’d say this look is a homerun!
Girl’s Bedroom #19
This is an absolutely darling little design.
Everything about it says sweet as pie and pretty in pink. What little girls wouldn’t want to snuggle up in theses beds every night!
Girl’s Bedroom #20
This pink and white nursery shouts little baby girl.
Mixing patterns shouldn’t scare you.
Just keep within your color palette and you can’t go wrong with adding in multiple patterns and textures. It can add depth and character to any room.
So there you have it, 20 sweet as can be pretty in pink girls’ bedrooms!
I hope some of these rooms gave you some inspiration to tackle your own little girl’s bedroom and give her a sweet pretty in pink space to grow up in.
Try one of these bedding sets to complete your “pretty in pink” look in your own home!~~~
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