Pretty in Pink Girls' Rooms

Girly, charming and perfectly pink, these 10 girls' rooms inspire creativity and playfulness as well as sweet dreams for your little girl.
By: Chelsey Bowen

Photo By: Liz Carroll

Charming Woodland Nursery

Inspired by the bumper fabric, designer Joanna Gick of J&J Design Group uses bold pinks and greens to create her daughter's whimsical nursery. Below the chair rail, she painted the wall pearl white and applied a dark pink glaze in a faux bois pattern. Photography by John Woodcock

Modern and Sophisticated

One of designers Julie Frank's and Alessia Corpino's favorite color palettes for girls rooms is crisp white and hot pink. "It's a modern take on the traditional pink and white. It feels vibrant and young," says the team. Wallpaper featuring a bird motif is used on the wall behind the bed to create a focal point, while a deep pink is used in the window seat area to visually separate it from the rest of the room, creating a cozy reading nook. Design by My Tiny Nest

Girly Grandeur

Just because a nursery is for a little one doesn't mean it can't be grand. In this space, designer Laura McCroskey of McCroskey Interiors brings luxury into the room with traditional moldings and wainscoting, cascading draperies hung at the ceiling and an elaborate chandelier. Even the salmon shade she chose for the walls adds richness and depth to the room. Photo by Chad Jackson Photography

Pink Glamour

Starting with light pink walls and bedding in this girl's bedroom, designer Liz Carroll of Liz Carroll Interiors brings contrast into the space with black-and-pink floral curtains, deep pink-and-white stripes across the ceiling and touches of turquoise in the chandelier and knobs on the nightstands.

Playful Hangout

Create a retreat for children in their bedrooms by incorporating an imaginative spot that is all their own. Designer Susie Fougerousse of Rosenberry Rooms brings a pink teepee into this girl's room to be used for playing and reading.

Cottage-Inspired Nursery

To add drama and height to the room, designer Liz Carroll of Liz Carroll Interiors creates a floral-printed canopy over the iron crib. So that the room isn't overwhelmed in pink, she uses white fabrics on the curtains and chair and trims them with hot pink.

Light and Airy

An easy way to personalize a kid's room is with the baby's monogram. Designer Susie Fougerousse of Rosenberry Rooms uses simple letters on a damask-inspired canvas to create a monogram above the crib in this girl's nursery.

Mod Pink

Graphic patterns, from the wallpaper to the pillows, play a big role in bringing a modern vibe to this girl's room. A vibrant, saturated pink contrasts against the crisp white furniture and bedding. Design by Liz Carroll of Liz Carroll Interiors

Subtle, Soft Palette

Designer Susie Fougerousse of Rosenberry Rooms uses light, muted shades of pink and blue to create a sweet girl's nursery. To ground the space and add soft texture, she brings in a light pink shag area rug.

Pretty and Functional

A daybed with trundle is a smart option for a small space girl's room since it takes up less room, but also provides an extra bed for sleepovers. A trio of artwork above the bed adds a punch of color to the light pink room. Design by Susie Fougerousse of Rosenberry Rooms