What can I say, I'm drawn to pink kids' rooms. Probably because with two boys who don't do pink, we shall never have a pink bedroom in our home. I like to joke that when we add a second bathroom, I'm going to paint it pink and post a "No Boys Allowed" sign on the door. Except I'm not really joking.
That said, I'm in love with Anna Edwards' adorable pink bedroom, recently posted by her mom Ali Edwards. Isn't it lovely? Read on to find out which pink paint color Ali used on the walls and to see my favorite thing in Anna's room.
Anna's pale pink wall color is Sherwin Williams' Romance. Isn't it the perfect pink? So soft and delicate.
And as you can see, Ali has Anna's room super organized with storage baskets and lots of Anna-high shelves and racks that hold wonderful collections of animals, books, and other toys. I love a room where everything seems to have its place and yet is so play-friendly too. Anna even has a spinning book rack and her own little mirror to make funny faces in. Both such fun ideas.
Most of all, though, I'm head over heels for Anna's Hopscotch Rug ($199) from Crate & Barrel, which was formerly in her brother Simon's room. Adorable and functional for playtime. Perfect for any child's room or playspace, but I sort of want one down our hallway. It'd be hard to resist hopscotching, wouldn't it?
To see the rest of Anna's cute room, visit Ali Edwards' blog. The pom pom ceiling makes me very happy.
Do you have a pink room in your home? If not, do you wish you did?