Everything about this feminine girl's bedroom is soft, from the baby-pink wall paint to the rosy throw pillows to the gentle sunlight streaming through light coral shades.
Kid-friendly rooms can still have style. For a pink-obsessed 4-year-old, this homeowner pumped up the color but stayed away from traditional children's furniture and bedding. Two antique Jenny Lind-style beds were painted white, then dressed with sophisticated linens from Matouk. Vintage rocking horses found at a flea market lend an unexpected whimsical touch to the walls.
Bed linens, Matouk
Super-saturated magenta looks stunning when paired with equally bright yellows, reds, and lilac shades in the bedding and area rug.
Though this teen bedroom boasts lots of patterns, they play nicely together as most contain at least hints of pink. (Neutral flooring keeps the space from looking too busy.)
The light pink color found in this bedroom's wallpaper background and in the matching coverlet and pillow motif looks dominant without feeling loud.
There's a peachy-pink undertone to the all-over beige hues used throughout this guest bedroom. These colors manage to be sweet without looking overly feminine.
Paired with a slew of silver and brown shades, mauve and light pink feel mature—even when used in a kid's bedroom.
Candy-hued furniture, a polka-dot rug and pastel striped walls pile sweetness into this colorful girl's room.
June 12, 2012 10:51 AM
I also LOVE,LOVE,LOVE Coming Up Roses!!!! It looks as though you were on a pink fluffy cloud and can relax!!!
February 23, 2012 11:13 PM
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE LOVE LOVE "Coming up Roses" Thats my fav.. And
"Kid Style" comes in 2nd! The other Bedrooms are just OK...
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