Love pink? Want it for your girl’s bedroom, or even maybe yours?
Whether you are decorating for yourself, a little girl, or a teen, pink is a very trendy and cute color to work with, and there are lots of items on the market for girls’ bedrooms that are either pink, or will coordinate with pink.
If you’re starting your decorating from scratch, or already have pink or matching walls, a good place to begin might be with your bedding set. Once you’ve chosen what you like, you can build the rest of the room around the bed set.
What kind of pink are you thinking? Pale pink for a little girl, with princesses or fairies or flowers? Or are you decorating for a teen or preteen, who might like a brighter pink, with maybe purple, black, or lime green accents? There are tons of pink girls comforter and quilt sets on the market, from traditional pale pink and white frilly, to super hot pink geometrics, and everything in between. Floral patterns, peace signs, hearts, zebra stripes, and animal prints are all popular and easy to find. Maybe you love pink and black together. You can find that too!
If you get a comforter set or bed-in-a-bag, it will have matching components, so you’ll already have coordinating parts like a quilt or comforter, shams, a bed skirt, and possibly sheets. After this, the rest is easy, since you can choose accessories for the room based on the colors in the bedding set.
Preteens and teens tend to love hot pink, which is a very popular color. You can find bedding sets with neon colors, like pink, purple, green, and yellow; geometric patterns; hearts; peace signs; floral; zebra stripes; you name it.
If you haven’t chosen paint colors for the room yet, just match one or more colors in your bedding set, go a couple shades lighter, or choose an accent color. Accent colors complement the main colors but aren’t predominant. They are usually opposite; for example, an accent color to hot pink would be lime green. Accent colors look great on walls, but be careful not to overdo it. Maybe paint one wall an accent color, then the rest, a shade of pink, or a neutral color, like white.
Pink has long been a universal girls’ color for little girls, and it still is. But pink is also very stylish for big girls too, and it’s a really fun color with which to decorate any girl’s bedroom.
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