Stylish Pink Nursery and Kid’s Bedroom Ideas That Will Grow With Your Child

By Nikki M

Pink has been trending in interior design for the past couple of years, and we’re absolutely loving it. While it’s always been the ultimate color for bonafide girly girls, the way we use pink today is a bit more elevated and timeless. The color is so versatile, it looks beautiful in every girls’ room, whether you style it classically feminine, bohemian, midcentury, or Scandinavian.

Here are some of our favorites stylish pink nurseries and bedrooms that will grow with your daughter:

If you’re not ready to paint the whole room full-blown pink, why not try a statement wall like in this lovely nursery designed by Ivy & Stone? They used a beautiful floral wallpaper from Spoonflower – it’s removable, but you’ll want to keep it forever. To tie in the rest of the room, they added a changing pad in a matching print and a crib blanket in a similar soft shade. 

If you anticipate getting a lot of pink toys and accessories for your girl, try painting the room a complementary color to really make things pop. In this stunning nursery designed by Kate Arends for her daughter Birdie, she painted the walls sage green (Sherwin Williams Privilege Green) and added pink accents via storage bench cushions, throw pillows from The Citizenry, baskets, boxes and dolls from Merrilee Liddiard.

Pink doesn’t have to be loud – you can use it as a neutral, just like Alyse Warren did when she decorated this sophisticated nursery for baby Rowan. To keep the focus on the gorgeous deco chandelier from Ballard Designs, she kept the rest of the room simple by adding warmth through soft pinks on the high pile rug, throw pillows, and floral wreaths.

Here’s a darling nursery designed by Becki Owens for Amber Fillerup’s daughter, Rosie. We love how she mixed different prints in the crib textiles. By keeping the pinks in the same tones, she was able to add visual interest to this part of the room without it looking too busy.

On the other side of the nursery, she used vibrant pinks that are more appropriate for playtime: There’s a stunning watercolor-style mural on the wall, and a vintage couch reupholstered in a striking neon pink.

Blush pink works beautifully with classic, country-style decor, as you can see in this nursery designed by Mandy Reeves. She used the soft pink shade on the walls (Sherwin Williams Intimate White), crib sheet, and vintage rug. To keep things from looking too shabby-chic, she added contrast with a beaded chandelier, pistachio chairs, and a bold piece of art by Lulie Wallace.

You can design a glamorous pink room for your girl without a rhinestone or speck of glitter in sight. Bethany from The Posh Home used an elegant color palette of pink, cream, and gold in her daughter’s nursery. (If you’re curious about the paint color on the dresser, it’s Glidden Peach Daiquiri.) To add to the room’s luxurious feel, she played with sumptuous textures on the rug and footstool. 

Pink and mid century modern go hand-in-hand, as you can see in this nursery from Curated Cabin. Instead of painting the walls pink, why not try a pop of color on the ceiling? Add a bold rug, a funky ceiling lamp, and some greenery (both real and in art form) – and you’ll have soft, beautiful space that’s fresh and serene.

If you don’t like hanging things on the wall, try a wallpaper with a massive print, such as this striking floral design from Moto Moms on Etsy. It will surely be the focal point in your nursery, so keep the rest of the decor simple. 

We adore this girly bedroom designed by Brittany Ellison for her three daughters. We love all of the feminine touches, from her own inspiring “Sisters” print to the matching ballerina dolls. With plenty of cozy pillows and fluffy throws, the sisters spend hours bonding and creating memories in this room. (Unfortunately, they might not get that much sleep…)

Don’t be afraid to go bold with pink. This girl’s bedroom has a lot of statement pieces – from the playhouse bed frame to the geometric mural, and all the mixed prints on the sheets, rug, and grid wallpaper. They all work together, thanks to the same candy color pink shade used throughout the room.

When Lillya transitioned into a big girl’s room, mom Monika Hibbs made sure to add a lot of grown-up touches to her daughter’s bedroom. Start with timeless pieces, such a rattan bed frame and luxurious quilted sheets. Put up an elegant floral wallpaper, such as this watercolor design by Anewall Decor. Add and a gorgeous reading chair and light pendant from The Cross Decor & Design, and you have a room your girl will love for years to come. 

Here’s another example of that perfect green + pink color combination. With a few touches, an old dresser fits right at home in a girl’s bedroom. Simply hang a pretty botanical wallpaper, place some golden picture frames on top – and always, always add a unicorn!

If you’re lucky enough to own an antique piece of furniture, let it be the centerpiece in your girl’s bedroom. The pale pink walls provide the right contrast to make the the dark wood bed frame pop, so you can really see the gorgeous carved details. (If you look closely at the wallpaper print, they’re carousel horses. How whimsical!) To keep things from being too matchy, they opted for white nightstands. 

For those who don’t have much space – or a green thumb – to bring plants into the girls’ bedroom, try a mural of their favorite plant. We love Floral ColoRay’s Opuntia Cactus, commonly known as prickly pear. (Bonus: No actual pricks from this wallpaper!) Keep up the room’s bohemian feel with dainty metal bed frames, textured throw pillows, lace curtains, and a natural woven rug.

Lovers of Scandinavian minimalist style will adore Kaitlyn’s big girl bedroom, designed by her mom Kathryn from House of Hawkes. The room’s clean lines and modern furniture are accentuated by bright white floors and that soft shade of pink all Scandi fans seem to love. Add a touch of whimsy with wall art from Fine Little Day (pear print), Elina Dahl (circles print), and a plush deer head from H&M Home. (Sadly, that one’s no longer available.)

Which one is your favorite pink nursery/girl’s bedroom? Share your ideas with us.

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