1. Bold & Floral. There's no mistaking that this is a girl's room - but its not weak at all. It's got a cool surfer girl feel thanks to the scale of the flowers and the strong colors.
2. Drenched in one shade. This room is so fun and I love that all the pinks are so similar.
3. Keep it spare. Minimalist lines are a great complement for pink in a girl's nursery. The clean lines and all that natural light keep the room looking fresh, not cloying.
4. Make it a mishmash. This girl's room in Beach Bungalow 8 is fun and cool because it's not overly stylized. It's got personality. It's also got room to grow - this pink (especially in that poster) is not just for little girls.
5. Stay traditional. The Pottery Barn Kids catalog is filled with bedrooms that look a little like this one - pretty bedding, girly canopies, big monograms, and of course, tons of pink. It's traditional and popular for a reason - it's got sweet sleepover written all over it.
6. Shocking, feminine, modern. Vanessa de Vargas' chairs on the wall combine Schiaparelli color with Louis style for a statement that's full of grown up girl power.
7. Just the bedding. Going with strong pinks on the bed is a great way to make a statement without committing fully to the color.
8. Go retro with orange. Pink, red, and orange is a fun color combination. Paired with simple, big designs, it's one part mid-century, one part fabulous.
9. Make it bright. This outrageous bedroom would be perfect for a little girl with a bit personality. I love the way the pink works with the lime green. And I LOVE the parasols.