Ngumpi.com – One of the things that I look forward to in springtime is coming home to my family room and watching my little girls play in the pink baby pink dress up playroom. We decorate it with pink frilly curtains and then pink fabrics for a comfy throw over the couch. This is my favorite time of year to decorate and it gives us a chance to get creative. Instead of the normal pastels and greens, we are decking our room out in pink. Here are some ideas for a modern pink family room.
Steps to Decorate the Pink Family Room
The first thing that we do is go all out for pink. You can buy pink baby dresses for their cribs and for the furniture, too. There are pink crib sets and full size twin bedding sets to choose from. If you want to save a buck, you can always get the pink crib sheet and cover in white first and then paint it pink. This is my sister’s baby and she loves the pink, so it worked out great.
We also got a pink music lamp for the music lover in your house. Go for a soft and beautiful shade, preferably in pink or lavender for a soothing mood. The light has a dimmer switch so you can lower the brightness without turning on the light. Add some pink accent pillows on the sofa, chairs, and loveseat and a few more pink baby dresses for the girls and boy’s rooms.
Make a Perfect Pink Family Room
The second theme is pretty much a pop culture touch. This is perfect if you have a lot of action and fun in your home. This style is great for little girls because it is a Barbie themed theme, with Barbie cars, clothes, and jewelry.
For boys, you can have fun with this theme. This one will be a little more on the masculine side, but boyish in appearance. Use the same color scheme as for the baby girls: lavender and pink baby dresses with pops of yellow, orange and red. Add a few accessories that relate to the sport he likes, like bats and ball caps. He will love his new pink baby dress and will have a place to play when he gets home.
And last but not least, our family room has a western theme. The walls are painted a rich mahogany, and our family room furniture is all western style. If you use this theme correctly, your pink furniture will pop and sparkle, but won’t clash with anything else in the room. A nice touch is to use white rugs on the floor with southwestern style lamps and antler-style pillows on the sofa and loveseat.
Give a Touch of Fun and Unique Styles
These styles are fun and unique, and they add a lot to your home. When you add them, don’t be afraid to have fun and experiment. You may think that you know what is best for your son, but he might find something even more refreshing. The only limit to your creativity is your child’s personality. Just keep adding the pink and turquoise until he is happy and is no longer afraid to step outside his boundaries.
So, there you have it. Great looking pink baby invitations, pink wall decor, pink baby furniture, and pink room accessories. Don’t forget, you can always add a few more pink touches by using some pink faux throws or pink faux-fur throws. With these, your daughter’s family room will be transformed into a pink fantasy world.
If you want to take your current family room and make it a pink space, you have several options. The first one is to coordinate the colors you use in your living room, dining room, and bedroom. By simply alternating the colors in those rooms, you will create a space that looks like it was designed just for your little girl. You could also choose to use a pink faux fabric as the covers of your dining room table and the cushions of your chairs. Again, just be sure to change the color scheme each time so your daughter doesn’t get confused.
Choose Pink Furniture
If you prefer a more subtle style for her nursery, you can use pink baby furniture that has a neutral color on it. You can choose some pink rocking chair pads, baby quilts, and rugs. These items won’t have any real defining characteristics, but if you pair them with dark colors, they will be enough to create the appearance of a lovely, small girl’s room. You can accent the room by adding a few pink tubs or even a play crib. Pink storage boxes, baskets, and cabinets are also cute, and they can easily be used to store baby clothes and other items. You might even decide to place a play mat in the nursery area so your daughter can learn how to use her feet and learn to read before her big day arrives.
Once you finish up the nursery, you can then add in pink furniture and accessories. You can get a pink rocking chair, a pink crib, and you can even install a pink TV. The more you add, the more it will seem as though you’re adding this style of pink to your daughter’s room, and you can truly feel the happiness and excitement she’ll feel when she steps into her new room.