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Pink nursery ideas and inspo.

Are you designing a pink nursery and looking for inspiration? You’ve come to the right place. Spoak has all the interior design inspiration to get those creative juices flowing. Browse room designs, inspiration images and decor ideas or take our free room design tool for a spin below!

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Toddlers Room designed by Cristina Stivala
Toddlers RoomDesigned by Cristina Stivala
Untitled designed by Tinsley mccain
UntitledDesigned by Tinsley mccain
Wall A Mockup designed by Alyssa Gross
Wall A MockupDesigned by Alyssa Gross
Backdrop New Color designed by Melissa Scaramuzzo
Backdrop New ColorDesigned by Melissa Scaramuzzo
The Little Wander Shop Vibe designed by Daniela Araya
The Little Wander Shop VibeDesigned by Daniela Araya
Bedroom designed by Priscilla M
BedroomDesigned by Priscilla M
Nursery designed by Kate Dessa
NurseryDesigned by Kate Dessa
Nursery Mood Board designed by Alexis Wilde
Nursery Mood BoardDesigned by Alexis Wilde
August Mood designed by Nichole Hill
August MoodDesigned by Nichole Hill
Emilyn's Room designed by Melissa Kao
Emilyn's RoomDesigned by Melissa Kao
Pink option 1 designed by Amy Spencer
Pink option 1Designed by Amy Spencer
Barbie designed by Samantha Rice
BarbieDesigned by Samantha Rice
Untitled designed by Sabrina Hull Ward
UntitledDesigned by Sabrina Hull Ward
Butterflies for Baby Girl 11 - purple designed by Courtney Hill
Butterflies for Baby Girl 11 - purpleDesigned by Courtney Hill
Untitled designed by Jesse Wheeler
UntitledDesigned by Jesse Wheeler
Dogcore (copy) designed by Anna Mejorada
Dogcore (copy)Designed by Anna Mejorada
Untitled designed by katlynn erickson
UntitledDesigned by katlynn erickson
Indy Rose designed by Casandra Hove
Indy RoseDesigned by Casandra Hove
Farah's room designed by Mariam Badaru
Farah's roomDesigned by Mariam Badaru
Untitled (copy) designed by Ariana Padilla
Untitled (copy)Designed by Ariana Padilla
main view designed by Alex Griffa
main viewDesigned by Alex Griffa
Baby O's Room designed by Katherine Moore
Baby O's RoomDesigned by Katherine Moore
Untitled designed by Elaine Wackerly
UntitledDesigned by Elaine Wackerly
Minnie_ Pink designed by Courtney Hill
Minnie_ PinkDesigned by Courtney Hill

Design tips for decorating a pink style nursery

Here’s how to achieve the pink aesthetic room of your dreams.

What’s the best way to design and decorate a pink nursery?

Nurserys play a monumental role in nurturing the growth and development of your little one. If you’re expecting a new addition to your home, chances are you are already dreaming up the design, color, and style of your nursery (and how you landed on this page!).

Unlike other rooms in the house, nurseries have their own set of unique considerations beyond mere aesthetics. Safety, accessibility, and sensory stimulation all play crucial roles in crafting a space that fosters growth and exploration for your baby.

Whether you're in the process of a nursery remodel or looking to makeover your existing one, these are the key elements to include in your design:

  • Paint or Wallpaper: Select a color or pattern that sets the desired mood for the nursery and complements the style you want to achieve. We are partial to covering walls, ceilings, and trim in a uniform paint color to create a cohesive look. Or consider an accent wall to serve as a focal point.
  • Crib: The crib is the centerpiece of every nursery, providing a safe and comfortable sleeping space for the baby. It is where the little one will spend most of their time resting and sleeping. A crib often comes with a mattress and can be adorned with cute bedding and a mobile to engage the baby's senses. Many cribs these days are convertible to grow as your baby does.
  • Changing Table: A changing table is a practical addition to a nursery. It provides a dedicated space for diaper changes and storage for diapers, wipes, and other baby essentials. You can find dedicated changing tables or can turn any sideboard or dresser into one with a proper changing table topper.
  • Rocking Chair or Glider: A rocking chair or glider is a lovely addition to a nursery, offering a cozy spot for feeding, soothing, and bonding with your baby. It provides a comfortable seat for parents or caregivers during those precious moments. If you have the space, we recommend pairing your rocking chair or glider with a footstool or ottoman for maximum comfort.
  • Dresser: A dresser is often included in a nursery to provide storage for baby clothes, blankets, and toys. It helps keep the nursery organized and ensures that everything is easily accessible when needed. Your changing table may double as a dresser, but trust us, you’ll be thankful for the extra storage if you have the floor place.
  • Storage Shelves or Bookcase: Storage shelves or a bookcase can be used to display books, toys, and decorative items in the nursery. They add a touch of charm and provide a place to keep items within reach.
  • Area Rug or Playmat: Soon enough, your baby will be crawling around. Make sure you choose an area rug or playmat that takes up the majority of your square footage and will be comfortable for both you and your baby to spend countless hours playing on.
  • Decorative Lighting: Combine task, ambient, and accent lighting for a layered lighting scheme. Typically in a nursery, you’d want a flush surface mount on the ceiling and wall-mounted sconces or table lamps near the crib or rocking chair. Consider the placement of lighting fixtures to eliminate shadows and evenly light the space. Dimmer switches can adjust the mood.
  • Curtains or Blinds: Window treatments not only help control the light, they help promote a restful sleep environment for your baby, while also adding a layer of privacy and warmth. Opting for blackout or heavy, lined curtains can enhance these effects, making them perfect for ensuring your baby’s comfort and tranquility. Don’t forget a curtain rod!|

Get creative and have fun with your nursery! If you need an extra hand, check out our step-by-step guide on Nursery Design.

How do you decorate with pink?

You could have probably guessed that we are big fans of the color pink here at Spoak. Pink exudes femininity, playfulness, and charm and is a lot of fun to design with (if we do say so ourselves).

Decorating with a pink color palette can create a delightful and euphoric atmosphere in your nursery. Pink is most often used in nurseries, kids rooms, living rooms, and bathrooms. But pink can be added to any room for a pop of whimsy. Pink can be incorporated through paint, furniture, textiles, or accessories, allowing for a range of design possibilities.

Pink comes in a variety of shades, from soft pastels to vibrant fuchsias. Consider the mood you want to create in your space. Lighter shades of pink, such as blush or baby pink, can create a soft and romantic atmosphere, while bolder shades like hot pink or magenta can add energy and vibrancy.

If you want to make a statement with pink, consider painting an accent wall. This can serve as a focal point in the room and create a sense of depth and visual interest. Pair it with neutral or complementary colors to balance the overall look.

Pink pairs beautifully with a variety of colors, allowing you to create different moods and styles. For a soft and romantic look in your nursery, pair pink with white, cream, or gold accents. For a bold and modern feel, combine pink with black, gray, or metallics.

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