As our regular readers already know, we here at MyDomaine have a penchant for pink interiors—and we've made no effort to hide our love of spaces that showcase the rosy hue. In fact, we're still head over heels for the blush furniture we spotted in the living room of this color-rich home and the hot pink rug in the foyer of this colorful Portland home. So it should come as no surprise that the following pink bedrooms stopped us in our tracks as we were scrolling through Instagram. Read on to find out how to incorporate one of our favorite hues into your own bedroom, as inspired by these pretty pink spaces we saved on Instagram.
The One With a Pink Statement Wall
In this minimalistic bedroom designed by Jessica Helgerson of Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, a pink statement wall steals the spotlight. When paired with a pair of gilded sconces, warm wood accents, and a relatively neutral palette of pale blue and crisp white, the pale pink hue looks anything but juvenile.
The One With a Blush Pink Headboard
As this sophisticated bedroom designed by Chelsea Hing demonstrates, light shades of pink pair especially well with rich jewel tones. Here, a blush leather headboard stands out against emerald walls. To tie the room together, complementary blush bedding is juxtaposed with white and navy striped linens.
The One With Pink Floral Wallpaper
Gain inspiration from this space designed by Emily Henderson and incorporate pink into a bedroom with colorful floral wallpaper. Follow Henderson's lead and pepper the room with complementary pops of pink to further diffuse the hue throughout the space. Here, pink bed linens and a rosy vase complete the look.
The One With a Pale Pink Headboard
This bedroom, designed by blogger Kate Spies of Kate La Vie makes a compelling case for decorating with a pale pink headboard. Subtle and sophisticated, the soft shade is almost a neutral, so it pairs well with bolder hues like ochre and forest green, making it an ideal choice of a staple piece of bedroom furniture.
The One With Soft Pink Sheets
Remember what we were saying before about light shades of pink pairing well with jewel tones? Consider this bedroom designed by Monica Wang, in which soft pink sheets stand out against deep blue-green walls. Fluffy taupe throw pillows and a tan sheepskin rug lend some much-needed texture to the space.
The One With Bold Pink Wallpaper
Make like Sarah Sherman Samuel and go bold with wallpaper. Here, a pink marbelized pattern provides the perfect backdrop for a thoroughly modern bedroom that's brimming with playful prints. Why does it work? Layers of texture, lots of neutrals, and a willingness to approach design with a sense of humor.
The One With a Pink Quilt Set
Leave it to of Justina Blakeney of the Jungalow to make this grandma design trend look exceedingly cool. In a shade of hot pink, a quilt set—complete with matching decorative pillows, of course—looks surprisingly fresh. Use the bright hue as an anchor color and let it inform your artwork selection, as Blakeney does here.
The One With a Pink Vintage Rug
In this bedroom designed by Sarah Sherman Samuel, a vintage rug boasting rosy pink, deep indigo, and pale orange hues lends a welcome pop of color to an otherwise neutral space. A rattan bed frame, a set of gilded metallic nightstands, and a spherical copper pendant fill the space with texture-rich details.
The One With a Blush Pink Ottoman
Take a page from interior designer Maggie Burns of Maggie Richmond Design and soften a high-contrast black and white bedroom with a pink statement piece. Here, a blush pink ottoman lends contrast to a contemporary space marked by modern light fixtures and black-framed windows and doors.
The One With a Pink Vase
For an affordable, low-lift refresh, simply add a pink vase to your bedside table, as Amy Elbaum of AE Design does here. Fill it with pink flowers—think ranunculus, tulips, peonies, or roses—for maximum impact. The monochrome arrangement makes a surprisingly striking statement in a neutral space.
The One With Pink Wall Art
This space, designed by Emily Henderson, features another easy, cost-effective way to incorporate pink into the bedroom: wall art. Here, graphic pink and white prints adorn the wall above the bed. And, for an added dose of color, Henderson outfits the bed with sheets in a corresponding shade of pink.
The One With Sunset Vibes
With walls slathered in a shade of blush pink and a bed outfitted with burnt orange linens, this dreamy bedroom designed by Sarah Sherman Samuel exudes sunset vibes. A cane bed frame, a woven rattan pendant, and a vase filled with pampas grass further add to the room's laid-back, beachy aesthetic.
The One With a Pink Statement Lamp
In this bedroom belonging to Morgane Sézalory, the founder of the coveted French clothing brand Sézane, a pink statement lamp shines. Complementary dusty pink linen bedding and velvet pillows bedeck the bed, which, when contrasted with black and white jungle print wallpaper, look anything but precious.
The One With a Monochrome Pink Color Palette
Take a cue from Mallory Fletchall of Reserve Home and opt for a monochrome palette for a sophisticated pink bedroom. Here, a pale shade adorns the walls, and a dusty rose hue graces the bed. Light wood furnishings and fixtures keep the color scheme warm and inviting, while an ochre velvet pillow offers contrast.
The One With Dramatic Pink Floral Wallpaper
This dreamy bedroom designed by Will and Susan Brinson of House of Brinson is a master class in combining complementary colors. From the dusty pink decorative pillows to the blue-gray throw tossed over the foot of the bed, hues drawn from the dramatic floral wallpaper backdrop are expertly woven throughout the space.
The One With a Textured Pink Throw
This bedroom belonging to Geneva Vanderzeil, the DIY blogger behind A Pair & A Spare, is proof that a little bit of color can go a long way. Here, a set of patterned accent pillows and a pink wool throw brighten up an otherwise all-white bedroom. A runner in the hallway brings the hue outside the bedroom.
The One With Light Pink Walls
Allow interior designer and HGTV star Orlando Soria to convince you to paint your bedroom ballet pink. Here, the warm and inviting shade instantly brightens up the room while neutral furnishings anchor the space. Note the taupe velvet, channel-tufted bed frame, the tan Roman shades, and the rustic wood bedside table lamps.
The One With a Tufted Pink Ottoman
Add instant Parisian vibes to your bedroom à la Kare Arends of Wit & Delight by placing a tufted pink ottoman at the foot of your bed. Here, a colorful pink rug that perfectly complements the hue of the ottoman lies underfoot, seamlessly incorporating the large piece of furniture into the space. Très chic.
The One With Pink Patterned Pillows
One of the easiest ways to incorporate pink into a bedroom is with patterned accent pillows, as Mandy Cheng of Mandy Cheng Design demonstrates here. In this space, the colorful pillows break up a neutral bedroom dominated by charcoal gray and cream to infuse the room with some much-needed warmth and texture.
The One With a Painted Pink Headboard
In this bedroom designed by Sally Breer, the cofounder of design firm ETC.etera, for the Firehouse Hotel, an arched painted headboard in a rainbow of pink, purple and blue hues adorns the wall. The graphic shape keeps the silhouette looking sleek and sophisticated rather than veering into kitschy territory.
The One With a Dusty Pink Vintage Rug
Take style notes from Amber Lewis of Amber Interiors and lay down a vintage rug with a pattern boasting dusty rose hues for an interior designer-approved way to bring pink into the bedroom. Here, a patterned accent pillow and solid-colored pillows in complementary hues grace the bed to complete the chic look.
The One With Pink Flamingo Wallpaper
In this bedroom designed by photographer Caroline Ingraham Lee, an accent wall adorned in flamingo wallpaper doubles as a headboard, proving that a grown-up pink bedroom can still be playful. Take a page from Lee and hang a mirror on the adjacent wall to reflect the pattern and make a small-space bedroom look and feel bigger.
The One With a Pink Bedside Table
Pale pink is pretty much a neutral, so it pairs well with olive, navy, black, and brown, making it an ideal choice for a minimalist bedroom, as exemplified by this space designed by Arent & Pyke. Here, a dusty pink bedside table brightens up a neutral room dominated by dark tones when paired with a corresponding pink quilt.
The One With a Pink Duvet Cover
In this light-filled bedroom photographed by Monica Wang, a bed bedecked in a pale pink duvet looks positively dreamy. A colorfully patterned rug consisting of hot pink, purple, and brown shades adds dimension to the space without overpowering the soft-hued linens.
The One With a Bright Pink Rug
This bedroom, designed by Ashley Amaral, just goes to show that the right rug can make the room. In a space with sloped walls where hanging art isn't an option, Amaral lays down a bright pink rug to fill the room with color and pattern instead. The rest of the space is decorated in a pared-back palette to ensure the rug stands out.