If your little one is dying for a pink room, here are some sweet, soft, and light pink paint colors that will have her (and you!) swooning
Ah, young me.
Young me who said, “If I have a girl, I’ll never have anything pink. I hate it.”
Fast forward 10 years and 2 girls later and I feel like pink is taking over our house.
Poor middle brother. (But not really because he’s too busy to care).
If you’ve got a lover of pink in your house and are on the hunt for some of the best pink paint colors in multiple brands so that you can hopefully find one of these in a local store near you!
10 Amazing Light Pink/Blush Pink Paint Colors
Psst! You should try these pink paint colors in your own princess bedroom!
- Psst! You should try these pink paint colors in your own princess bedroom!
- 01. Ella Rose – Magnolia
- 02. Dusty Trail – Benjamin Moore
- 03. Faint Coral – Sherwin Williams
- 04. First Light – Benjamin Moore
- 05. Baby Blush – Valspar
- 06. Romance – Sherwin Williams
- 07. Pink Bliss – Benjamin Moore
- 08. Intimate White – Sherwin Williams
- 09. Stolen Kiss – Behr
- 10. My Sweetheart – Behr
01. Ella Rose – Magnolia
Ella Rose from Magnolia is the perfect blend of blush and pink. It has warm undertones and it is the perfect pink for kids rooms (or adult rooms too!)
02. Dusty Trail – Benjamin Moore
I love this Dusty Trail shade from Benjamin Moore. It reads a bit more peachy to me, but is still a great soft pink paint color that would be so sweet in a little girl’s room! I also think this color could be really pretty in small spaces like a half bath or even a small accent wall.
03. Faint Coral – Sherwin Williams
How sweet is this nursery? The crib, the pale pink wall color, everything is perfect. I’m not sure if this was planned or not but the Faint Coral color with the oyster ocean themed nursery just seems to match up too perfectly as if it’s too good to be true.
04. First Light – Benjamin Moore
Jordan from A Blue Nest has the best mix of feminine and vintage with her girls’ room. Adding Benjamin Moore First Light to this space was the best idea to mix in with blush tone of the bedding. It’s like she had it color matched or something!
05. Baby Blush – Valspar
Sometimes a room leaves you speechless. This bedroom with Valspar Baby Blush is beautiful from top to bottom. I also love that the ceiling is what’s painted! Don’t leave paint for just the walls 🙂 Especially when it comes to light pink paint for little girls’ rooms!
06. Romance – Sherwin Williams
A pink color on the wall…in the living room! I know this post is about the best 10 pink hues for girls’ rooms, but you can definitely use pink or blush colors all around your house!
07. Pink Bliss – Benjamin Moore
Another amazing pink nursery for a little girl. The interior design of this space hits all the right marks. Perfect pale pink color on the wall. *chefs kiss*
08. Intimate White – Sherwin Williams
Okay, fine. If you can’t tell – I have girls and I have a thing for girls’ nurseries. I do have a son, yes, but girl nurseries just bring a little bit more sweetness since we just had a baby girl join our presence in our own home. This sweet room is amazing and Sherwin Williams Intimate White is a gorgeous color.
09. Stolen Kiss – Behr
This room was decorated for Christmas but if you look closely, this Behr Stolen Kiss paint color is actually only on this accent wall. You can tell on the left side of the photo that the wall is still white. This can give you inspiration for what it would look like to just have a blush pink paint on one wall instead of 4!
Great option if you’re just wanting to bring in a little bit of color without committing to the whole room.
10. My Sweetheart – Behr
Another perfect mix of light pink paint color is Behr My Sweetheart. I love it in this girl’s room!
As always, colors online are never going to look the same in your space.
I can’t stress it enough – use these photos for inspiration, yes, but depending on your natural light situation, the time of day, and the type of lightbulbs you have in your own home, everything will look very different.
I would strongly recommend that you always test a paint sample on the wall and live with it a few days to see it in all the possible lighting situations.
Which one is your favorite? Do you have a favorite that’s not listed here? Let me know in the comments below!
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