Soft pink walls, pretty floral prints and rich velvet blankets make this master suite decidedly feminine and romantic. A tufted headboard and gilded decor complete the space and invite the queen of the castle to relish in her surroundings.
In a home located directly opposite the stunning white sand beaches of the western Australian coastline, designer Kristie Hill took a slightly surprising design approach. “Instead of the typical range of blues, we used a warmer pink palette, with pink bedding and accessories in the master bedroom. It helps counteract the dominant timber cladding behind the bed, for a look that is neither feminine nor masculine,” she says. Tip from the designer: “Don’t use too much of the same hue of pink. Change it up a little, Blush pink works beautifully with mustard yellow and emerald green, too.”
Traditional Master Bedroom With Rose-Hued Walls and Cozy Sitting Area
This master bedroom features rosy-hued walls paired with fresh white bed linens, a neutral dresser and metallic accents, like a gold-trimmed mirror. Recessed lighting dots the double tray ceiling, while a cozy sitting area features gray chenille armchairs and a coffee table.
Gray, Pink and Yellow Cottage Master Bedroom with Fireplace
Pastel details contrast with the wood elements in this master bedroom remodel. The printed, yellow wallpaper creates an accent wall in this cottage-style bedroom, acting as a cheerful backdrop for the pink and gray aspects of the room. Crisp, neutral bedding along with the clean lines of the neutral headboard anchor the bedroom's largest furniture piece and mirrors the neutral fireplace. A splash of bold color is added to the decor with the use of pink throw pillows, a nightstand and printed ottoman. A wooden table and mantel act as a base for decorative pieces and soft, pastels colors in the chair and nightstand lamp elaborate on the room's pastel ambiance. A distinct, natural lighting fixture adds a rustic element to the room.
In the master bedroom, the homeowner wanted a bright, airy, feminine space, so designers started with a subtle, elegant pink wall color. For contrast, they added strategic accents of a darker shade, such as the repurposed canopy bed. To give the bedroom an airy feel, designers added white, wispy curtains to help diffuse the light let in from the floor to ceiling windows in the space.
Cheerful Master Bedroom With Bold Pink Accent Wall
Natural light illuminates this master bedroom with a bright pink accent wall, colorful throw pillows and brown bed linens. A sisal rug covers the hardwood floors, while a round white and metal nightstand is placed on either side of the bed. White table lamps sit atop each one. The bathroom is located adjacent to the bed.
Pink Contemporary Master Bedroom With Floral Wallpaper
Muted floral wallpaper in soft pastel tones, a neutral parchment bedside table and a matelasse silk headboard create a restful environment in this master bedroom. Simple, feminine accessories as well as bedding that's kid and pet-friendly are the perfect companions.
The homeowner wanted to embrace pink, feminine design and florals throughout her Winter Park, Fla., townhouse. Designer John McClain uses a neutral backdrop to set the scene for this bedroom, so that the metallic four-poster bed, mirrored nightstand and custom pink bedding become the star of the space.
Pattern Mixing in a Colorful, Cottage Master Bedroom
Patterns are harmoniously woven together to create a colorful master bedroom design. The key to adding different patterns to a room is to choose different prints and colors. A striped nightstand contrasts with the interlocking scroll design on the yellow wallpaper and ties the pink of the ottoman with the pink tweed pillows. A soft, pattern in the gray-and-white window treatments parallel the colors of the bedding and acts as a backdrop for the pale, blue armchair.