Would you like to add a pop of the color pink in your home? Check out over 15 Pink Furniture Makeovers (with paint colors) including pink dressers, pink chairs, pink beds, pink desks, and more!
We are back to furniture makeovers today (so far we’ve covered gray, white, and green painted furniture).April is coming to a close, but it’s the perfect month for celebrating sweet pinks — as flowers begin to bloom all around us. Though pink front doors might be a leap for me, I have already hopped on board the pink furniture train.
Let’s start with a few of my pink furniture makeovers, and then check out more pink furniture ideas from other talented DIY bloggers.
Recently, I shared my sister-in-law’s small pink dresser project. Made from a simple pine dresser, the makeover is so easy to replicate (and you don’t need many fancy tools, either!).
Back when I worked on my daughter’s bohemian nursery, I painted her crib pink. One of the beauties of paint is reusing what you already own. Rather than buying a new crib for my second baby, I just reused my son’s navy crib. A coat of pink paint made the old crib feel brand new.
Note: As usual, I’ve included the name of the paint color (if available) below each photo. Click through to each blog to access details about the technique, finish, and paint brands.
Even though this bookcase was made for a child's bedroom, this deep, muted shade could be used anywhere in your home. You can typically find these traditional solid-wood bookshelves in most any thrift store, and a coat of pink gives it new life.
How gorgeous is this floral dresser? The floral detail is not hand-painted, so don't be intimidated by this pretty piece - you can totally do it yourself (head over to Lost and Found Decor to find out how)!
This retro-style pink desk would work perfectly in a teen's bedroom as a desk or vanity. Especially great for small bedrooms, head over to Birdz of a Feather to find out what this pink desk was originally (it's a type of vintage furniture that is commonly found in thrift stores!).