Add some whimsy to your pink bedroom with these lovely pink wall flowers. Crafted from polypropylene with a pretty outward curve, each of the 25 flowers in the set includes a snap-on tack backing, so that the flower pushes easily into the wall and stays put. The generous number in the set makes it possible to design borders, groupings, and graceful sprays on the wall or dot an entire room with accents.
One great feature of these flowers is that they are 3-dimensional, so they look “alive”. This adds texture to your room, which is an important element in design.
Rock your baby in style with this pink nursery glider. Every new parent cherishes the feeling of rocking peacefully back and forth with their baby in their arms. This model by Aspen features plush pink velvet and solid wood, ensuring that you and baby are safe and comfortable.
Glider rockers are a great investment because they can follow a child from infancy and into adulthood. My seven-year-old daughter still has her rocker and she loves to sit and read books while rocking in it. If you invest in a quality chair, you can feasibly keep it for many years. Spot cleaning the upholstery fabric and rotating the cushion will help preserve your chair for years to come.
This lovely pink bedding by Dransfield & Ross is perfect for teens and/or dorm rooms. The collage-print bed linens are complimented by pink gingham shams, pretty accent pillows, and dust skirts with a scallop-print border. All items are made in the USA.
One thing I love about this set is the myriad of patterns and colors. There’s gingham in the accent pillows, a scalloped pattern in the hot pink blanket, flowers and other prints on the comforter, and the intricate pattern at the bottom of the bedskirt. There is a lot going on, but it’s not too busy. The color palette is also beautiful, with hot pink, pale pink, and some green and blue accents.
It would be easy to decorate a room around this bedding because virtually any shade of pink would be complimentary.
Accent the walls of your pink bedroom with beautiful wall art like this hibiscus silver framed wall art. Place this over the bed or on the accent wall and bring your decor to the next level.
The x-ray images of Steven Meyers are a collection of negatives, positives and solarized images. Allowing nature to show textures, details and shadows that would otherwise not be seen, an inner vision is revealed by using x-rays instead of light. Vibrant color and the translucent effect create an elegant look for any wall.
One helpful tip: Don’t be afraid when shopping for wall art. It can be a daunting task, but you have to remember that it’s perfectly ok not to have Picassos on the wall. A simple flower or building can be just as attractive on your wall as a classic. It’s all about what suits you and your personality. I have some pretty generic art on my walls, but they compliment my decor very well. The best part is that they didn’t cost an arm and a leg.
Buy what you love, not what you think is “proper”, and you will never go wrong.