Thinking pink is on the minds of many who wish to add a feminine touch to their bedrooms. Classic pink bedding can be from a whimsical child’s bedroom to the most luxurious of escapes for an adult. How you dress your pink and what materials you use to do so will determine how hot your pink is in the bedroom.For the baby nursery a soft pastel of pink bedding can be incorporated as its own foal point color or can be an accessory to any other design.
The pink can also be in patterns as well with other colors. A classic Winnie the Pooh, for example, can have the soft pastel of pink within it that looks great.Pink in a children’s room can be a big more whimsical. It can be soft pastels or bold bright. Adding complimentary colors will determine how the pink works and what the theme will be. There are many shades of pink to choose from to match many styles.
A soft pink can add a harmonious feel to a room as you imagine a cool breeze and a young artist who is coloring at their table in perhaps a ruffled skirt. A bold pink in a room can have you imagine bright accents of black and yellow and another girl in a denim skirt and legging dancing around her bedroom like a rock star. Both are great but give the room a different feel.
Adults do not grow out of pink and they love it as well. Satin pink sheets in soft pastels give the room a casual breezy feel. Add in to a white comforter and relax in style. A bolder flannel pink coupled with a gingham comforter on a wood four poster bed can give a down home country feel to a room.As you can see pink is in the eye of the beholder and it can be fun to dress your own style to your pink bedding material. Different ideas can be found online or in magazines to complete your ultimate look. Check it out today to see how you can design with your own signature color of pink.