If you are looking for pink-white and gold bedroom design ideas, this article can give you some fabulous ideas to start with. I have decorated many homes with this color combination and I can say from experience that it is one of the most popular colors for bedroom decor. Pink is a very pretty color when used in a small space as being white. Gray offers a unique color palette that can be both classic and modern depending on how you use it.
Gray, black, and white are some of the most popular colors for bedroom decorating but what if you don’t have the space or need to use all three colors? You can still have pink, white, and gold bedrooms with just a few different accessories! Here are a few pink-white and gold bedroom design ideas that you might like to try.
This is one of my favorite pink and gold-bedroom designs because it offers such a simple elegance. Grey shaggy curtains blend in perfectly with the pinks on the bedding and walls. Add a cute teal valance for an updated look. White and gold look great together and you can use pale green accent pillows to complete the look.
Pink white and gold bedrooms offer such a beautiful, relaxed feel. Add some pink flowers scattered on the bed or in an ornamental bowl on the floor. Dress up a simple frame with a row of coordinating shelves and add some vintage jewelry and lamps to update the room. Try a few different colors to find which combinations work best for your room.
Just because your bedroom is small doesn’t mean that you can’t have the ultimate in luxury. Bedroom sets like this set from Accessorize Your Life is perfect for girls who love pink and want a place to show it off. The bed is covered in pink polka dots with a matching headboard. It has a curved footboard and a plush pink fitted sheet. Add a throw pillow and your girl has the ultimate in pink, white, and gold-bedroom ideas.
This bedroom idea is perfect for a girl who loves the delicate elegance of gold. Pink sheets and a matching comforter set add a touch of gold to any girl’s bedroom. The bed skirt is trimmed with gold fringes that match the comforter and skirt. Use a golden tray and display the gold trinkets on the top. A pretty wall scroll adds finishing touches to make her bedroom a gold bed.
This one comes with so many adorable ideas. The bedroom set is pink and includes a pink comforter set with an embroidered heart design. The bed skirt is trimmed in gold and has a frilly satin edge that matches the comforter set. Use lots of pink and white striped fabrics on the window treatments and valances and you’ll have a girl’s dream bedroom. Add some old rose curtains for a vintage look and add a vintage iron with gold trim to the bed and guest dresser for a touch of gold.
She’s the one you want to hear going, “Oh yeah, baby!” With the beautiful pink comforter and bed she’ll be the talk of the neighborhood. Dress her in pink bedding and accessories and she’ll never be lonely in her bedroom. All girls enjoy the feeling of pink.
These pink black bedroom decor are perfect for the little girl’s room who have just had their first child and are feeling a little nervous about “big girls” sharing their room. The pink room sets are two-piece bedding with fitted puffy sleeves and a pink canopy that have a pink valance with gold trim and sequins. It has ruffles at the top and flutter settings. It also has a bodice with ruffles and a zipper in the front.
The fitted sheet, pillow shams, and valance add a feminine touch to the bedroom. Cute pink bumpers and cami sets add pizzazz to the bedroom. You can decorate it all around the pink theme or add some other color to really jazz it up. You could use pink sheets and throw pillows or a pink comforter and curtains.
If you want to keep with the pink theme but add a little something different, why not try a pink suede bedspread and matching window treatments. This would be just perfect to add a little bling to your room. Or if you are a little more daring, why not go with a pink Roman shade window covering instead? For that, you would just need a thin fabric or sheer curtain to pull the Roman shade in and let it add color instead of a white window treatment or drapes. All these items are inexpensive and easy to find at any local department store or even on the Internet.