Pink bedrooms for girls and boys

Thanks for the great response to the first in my series on gender-neutral kids’ rooms last week (kicking off with the easily gender-neutral colour green). After a chat on Twitter, I decided to take up the challenge to prove that pink isn’t just for girls’ bedrooms. I’m usually anti-pink (not because I don’t like it as a colour but because of the gender-based marketing that uses pink to tell girls what they should and shouldn’t be playing with) but the rooms over on Daily Decorum this week not only showed that pink can be chic, but also that it doesn’t necessarily mean ‘girly’ spaces. If we look at the colour pink without all the sexist nonsense attached, then why shouldn’t it be for both sexes, right? idea coral and navyPink gender-neutral kids' bedrooms | Growing SpacesSource: The Animal Print Shop

idea neonPink gender-neutral kids' bedrooms | Growing SpacesSource: Jenni Juurinen

idea rainbowPink gender-neutral kids' bedrooms | Growing SpacesSource: Raising Miss Matilda

idea graphic printPink gender-neutral kids' bedrooms | Growing SpacesSource: Photo Wall

idea hot pinkPink gender-neutral kids' bedrooms | Growing SpacesSource: The Design Files

idea retro vibe

Pink gender-neutral kids' bedrooms | Growing SpacesSource: Pirouette

 

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  1. May 27, 2014 / 1:34 am

    Love all those rooms…I’m going nearly black & white with colour pops for the Bear’s room I think, but the playroom has a lot of pink, so it’s nice to see some ideas together for mixing it up x

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