A tufted pink headboard makes an elegant focal point in this contemporary guest bedroom. Design tip: Carry the main hue through with flowers in the same color family. Designed by Erinn Valencich.
Go Green With Pink
In the 2011 HGTV Green Home, designer Linda Woodrum takes a bubblegum-colored girls' bedroom to the max, using vibrant pink for the carpet, walls and ceiling. Kelly green and chocolate ground the bright hue and give it a grown-up edge. Designed by Linda Woodrum
Pink: It's Not Just for Women
Champagne-pink walls, rich wood furnishings and cafe-au-lait accents make this master bedroom perfect for romance. Antique silver champagne coolers form the base of the bedside lamps, adding a custom element to a traditional space. Designed by Elinor Jones Interiors. Photo courtesy of Chris Little.
Try a darker pink to warm up a cozy bedroom sitting area, like the one in Sarah's Summer House. Design by Sarah Richardson
A Growing Girl's Retreat
A little girl's room is a natural place for this blissful hue to shine, because it's associated with purity and growth. Subtle wall decor and molding presents sophistication in this French-inspired bedroom. Designed by Steven Miller
The Perfect Color Combo
Consider a masculine hue, such as brown, to balance an all-pink color scheme in a nursery. Designed by Shirry Dolgin
Let the Floor Shine
The floor takes the lead when you choose deep-pink linoleum. It's also easy to clean and long-lasting, so it can stay while your daughter's bedroom decor changes. Photo courtesy of Forbo Marmoleum
Red and Pink Can Soothe
Top style-maker Sarah Richardson combines vivid pink and bold red for a whimisical, yet calming, nursery design. An elegant light fixture maximizes pink's flattering effect on skin.