Here’s a neat little storage idea for your pink bedroom: Paint the back portion of your white bookcases pink! Not only is this a great way to add the color pink to the room, but it gives you a nice color change without the commitment. Think about it; painting your walls is a daunting task and could complicate matters when trying to sell your home. Painting your bookcases is easier and you can just take them with you when you go! This is especially great for dorm rooms and apartments.
Designer Marco Poletti made a name for himself by designing unique pieces for bathrooms, such as this retro modern pink vanity. However, this adorable piece would be perfect for a pink bedroom. Its clean lines and simplicity make a minimalist statement, but the color and rose detailing give the vanity an elegant feel. Place it against a wall with a mirror over it and voila!
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You don’t need a lot of pink to create a pink bedroom. As we can see here, a dusty pink accent wall is the perfect choice.
The bedding is stark white with pink and black accents. The white furniture, molding, and black and white lamp finish the look. The feel of the room is simple, yet elegant, and the finished product is easy to duplicate!
If there’s one thing little girls (and some women) love, it’s tulle. Tulle is what makes wedding gowns poufy. It’s what makes tutus big and swishy. And it turns girls into ballerinas and princesses. So what better decoration for a pink bedroom than pink tulle curtains?
These curtains have four layers of tulle, which are great for privacy and for light control. Best of all, they are machine washable so you can easily get rid of those sticky spots and crumbs that will inevitable make their way onto everything in the room.