Soft Pink Blush Bedroom Inspiration

Seeing as we are finally in the summer months, it's time for some change. As you know my daughter will be turning three and I cannot believe that in those three years she seems to have accumulated more belongings than both my husband and I, and so it makes complete sense to upgrade the size of her bedroom. 

But as she goes into the bigger bedroom it does mean that the smaller room will be vacant and we have decided to create a home office, which is an exciting project. However our big summer project is to try and create the perfect space for my daughter and her many belongings that I am sure that family and friends will add to when she her birthday comes along. I have always dreamed of a soft and pretty scheme for her bedroom and so I have been putting together some mood boards to give me some inspiration to set my husband to task.

My daughter's new bedroom is a good size with wide windows and plain cream walls. I have always wanted to have a bright light colour scheme for my daughter's bedroom with a rabbit theme throughout. As my daughter adores pink we have decided to use blush pink the colour scheme is predominantly white, with accents of pink and copper. I feel as if the copper gives the pink a bit of edge and the pink brings out the warm rose tone in the copper. However when the two colours are paired with a white or a marble effect it really looks so beautiful so let me show you what I have in mind.


With the help from Dandelion Interiors I have all the bedroom furniture I could wish for. The theme is soft blush pink that is predominantly white with accents of pink and copper, so with some help I have found the perfect bedroom furniture. The beautiful Boudoir Provence range in Antique White, is perfect for completing and complimenting all the pretty pink d├ęcor. I have decided to get her the bedside cabinet, wardrobe with a two mirrored door and dressing table with a mirror. I absolutely adore this collection and it's perfect to create a bedroom for my daughter that will sure to last the test of time with a few changes here and there of course.


So if you didn't know already I am head over heels with the colour palette of coppers, pinks, and whites that would work  beautifully. As a base I would paint all the walls a pale pink and have beautiful white wooden flooring to help set off the room. White wooden flooring is such a stylish and an attractive option for any interior design, it's a colour that really goes with a whole mixture of furnishings and would be great for the copper and pale pink theme I have in mind.


We have a large window space and we currently have nets and some black out curtains, and we are looking to upgrade our windows and we know that the company VELUX offer a wide range of options. So we can finally get rid of those nets and have beautiful windows and some blackout roller blinds from VELUX Blinds Direct, my favourites are the pale pink and light grey. 


Through the lighting, your home can get an entirely new look and can change the appearance of your house. Good lighting can create a welcoming atmosphere in the home, which is why I have chose to use lamps and of course no bedroom is complete without fairy lights.  By finding the adequate lighting to brighten up my daughter's bedroom is a must and will help create the ambience and set the mood in room. I have been scrolling through the internet for the perfect copper lighting that will help bring out the pale pinks and white flooring to give them a certain edge. I adore this beautiful range of copper lamps, ceiling lighting and wall lights. They are so unique and will certainly be eye catching. 


As the colour scheme is soft blush pink I have selected a few pieces that would be sure to add those finishing touches to my daughter's new bedroom. My daughter loves rabbits and Peter Rabbit is kind of a big thing in our house and I have managed to find the most adorable prints and bedding to go along with the soft blush bedroom.

LEFT TO RIGHT: Bourdoir Two Drawer Bedside Unit, £160 | Sequin Star Pillow, £12 | Star Cushions, £28 | Peter Rabbit Floral Prints, £15 | Peter Rabbit Pink Bedding, £32 | Boudoir Wardrobe with Two Mirrored Door, £325 | Bourdoir Dressing Table, £235 | Wooden Bunny Night Light, £12 | Paloma Wool Rug, £245

So what do you think of the soft blush pink colour scheme for my daughter's bedroom?


  1. We recently painted my four year olds room a similar rose blush colour and I love it!

  2. Lovely ideas. Our daughter is in with her brothers but the time will come in a couple of years when she needs her own space to be girly in :)