Pink is a soothing color for bedrooms. Accessorizing it with a black bed and a black accent blanket helps it to feel more modern and less like a Barbie bedroom.
Instead of using pink on every available surface, consider an accent wall and mix it with neutrals. This balance allows the pink accent wall to be the focal point without the color being overwhelming.
Save pink for unexpected tiny spaces, like closets or powder rooms. The result won’t look too girly in a small dose and can work with most home color palettes.
Black and gold accents deliver a masculine tone that makes this charming pink room feel grown up.
Believe it or not, there are ways to make an impact with magenta without scaring away your guests. If you're craving big and bright, go ahead and paint your walls magenta, but make sure the rest of the room is neutral (like the cream couch and dark ottoman) and complementary (like the green bookshelves) to avoid going over the top.
It’s even possible to introduce pink furniture and still create a space that feels masculine. When accented with a brown leather ottoman, white walls and contemporary artwork, this traditional sofa feels contemporary and toned down.
A pink ottoman takes center stage in high style here in the company of brown and gold accents.
Note the natural elements of a space. Brick walls and hardwood floors have a tendency to have plenty of edge, so pink bedding won't feel too soft.
Consider mixing pink with animal prints. Animal prints often act as a neutral, so they can help create an equilibrium with bolder colors while also offering a modern touch.