10 Feminine Pink Home Office Ideas
If you’re planning a home office makeover and love feminine, elegant rooms, then these pink home office decorating ideas are for you. Whether you want to blanket the whole room in pink or just use a few accents, you’re sure to find some inspiration.
One of the first things I do before I start any room makeover is to find some design inspiration.
Which means a lot of looking through magazines, scrolling through Pinterest and searching on Google.
I have a pretty eclectic design aesthetic, so I’m not looking for a particular style.
But I know that I want my home office to be a feminine, elegant and glamorous space that I’ll want to work in.
And I’m pretty sure, I want the walls to be pink.
So here are the feminine pink home office decor ideas that I found as the inspiration for my project.
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1 | Pink walls and ceiling
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I love this bold pink, white and black design from Kelly Wearstler (in Architectural Digest).
Painting the walls and ceiling the same color helps to make the ceiling look taller (which I definitely need in my bonus room).
While the black and white striped rug adds a lot of drama.
And the funky pink chairs add some extra interest.
Since I love a little glamour, I absolutely love the desk with lucite and gold legs.
2 | Pink area rug
This pretty home office was put together by Melissa at Polished Habitat and I love the pops of pink against the grey background.
Using a pink area rug sets the tone for the feminine space.
While the fuchsia upholstered stool adds a punch of color.
And the pink furry throw pillows look so beautiful on the grey upholstered chairs.
See more of this room at polishedhabitat.com.
3 | Pink wallpaper
The combination of pink and navy in this home office makeover from Merichelle at We’re The Joneses is absolutely stunning!
With the pink wallpaper, the blue tassel chandelier and the white fur-covered bench, it’s definitely a feminine office.
And the multi-colored pink area rug adds a pop of color under the desk.
See the whole room at werethejoneses.com.
4 | Pink chairs with white and green
In this white, green and pink office from Amie Corley Interiors, the floor to ceiling shelving with built-in desks provides open and closed storage and lots of drawer space.
Painting the insides of the shelves a bright green color makes the whole area much more fun.
And the pink chairs make sure it looks feminine.
I also love the zebra-print cowhide rug. I’ve wanted one of those forever and never had a place to put one…so this may be my chance!
5 | Blush pink chandelier
This pink home office has a blush pink ceiling, a chandelier and walls to go with the old Hollywood style desk.
The lace curtains and white settee help to break up all the pink, but still keep the room’s feminine feel.
6 | Fuchsia curtains and chairs
If you like a lot of color and contrast like I do, then this fuchsia, black and white office might be just what you’re looking for.
The black and white wallpaper panels add a lot of interest of the walls.
And I love the velvet fuchsia side chairs, as well as the zebra print office chair.
7 | Pink floral curtains
This home office has a slightly less dramatic but equally pretty version of the pink, white and black color scheme from above.
The pink and white floral curtains are a feminine addition to the black and white color scheme.
Pink chairs and flowers carry the pink color scheme throughout the room.
And black and white wallpaper on the ceiling and a zebra cowhide rug on the floor make sure the whole room looks interesting.
8 | Bright pink Accents in a greige office
In this office from Amy at Atta Girl Says, the DIY bulletin board above the desk is an easy way to bring the pink into the room. And the gold frame definitely adds the glam factor.
Making the window cornice out of an oriental-style fabric pulls the color scheme up onto the wall (I love the pattern!)
And that gold ceiling light fixture is an awesome DIY project!
Visit attagirlsays.com to see the rest of this room and get all of her DIY tutorials.
9 | Just a pink chair
In an office where all of the other colors are cool greys and greens, a bright pink chair really stands out.
I love this idea from Rachel Roy (shown on One Kings Lane) to have Wisteria on the walls and use a natural stone dining room table as a desk.
It provides a large surface with lots of leg room underneath so you have room to work from any side.
Adding a pink ottoman along with the chair brings in a bit more of the color.
And creates extra seating that doesn’t take up a lot of space.
If you don’t have a pink chair, you can create the same look by throwing a furry pink blanket over the one you already own.
10 | Coral pink accents
When Kathy from Up To Date Interiors decided to makeover her home office that doesn’t have any windows, she brought the outside in with her gorgeous nature-inspired wallpaper.
The coral pink and olive green colors in the paper add lots of life to the walls.
Painting the bottom half of the walls and the desk a coordinating green color keeps the room grounded.
And adding lots of accents in coral pink keep it from feeling too heavy.
Get all the details at uptodateinteriors.com.
Update: My Finished Pink, White and Gold Home Office
Now that the challenge is over and I have finished my home office, here’s the finished room!
I went with a pink, white and gold color scheme along with some black to ground the space.
And was able to work in a lot of the ideas I got from the inspiration pictures above.
You can see all the details of my pink, white black and gold office makeover HERE.
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This post was originally published on April 7, 2016 but was updated with new content on September 28, 2022.
Although it could’ve been a little larger, the blue one hit ALL of the boxes for me!! That was my ultimate favorite by far! I’ve been searching for designs, for what seems like forever, and I absolutely love this one!! Thank you so much!!!!
Thanks, Lora! I’m happy you like it 🙂
Appreciating the time and effort you put into your website and in-depth information you offer. As an architect and interior designer, I fully endorse everything you’ve shared — great info and tips! Thanks, I learned a few new things, too, and look forward to implementing them in my own work and home offices.
Thanks for your kind words, Cynthia!
This looks so fun! I love the stairwell and can’t wait to follow along and see what you do with the room!
Thanks April! Crossing my fingers that it will all get done in 6 weeks 🙂
looks like fun! I decided on a whim too to do the ORC and am doing my home office too! Cant wait to see yours!
Thanks, Darrielle! The next 6 weeks will be a lot of fun…and a lot of work! Good luck with your office makeover!
Can’t wait to see what you have up your sleeve, I love the inspiration shots!! x
Thanks, Nancy! I’m looking forward to a fun 6 weeks 🙂
Wanda, your home is beautiful! I love the tall and elegancy of the walls! I am sure the office will look awesome just as your stairway! Even more reasons to enjoy the commute:)
Thanks, Zan! I am looking forward to having a more inspiring and functional office space. Hopefully having that deadline will help get it done 🙂
I like the “separated” space for a home office. It looks like a space with lots of possibilities. I’m participating in the ORC (office makeover, too!) and look forward to your progress.
This is my first time doing the ORC so it’s a bit scary, but I will be SO happy if I can get my office into shape in 6 weeks 🙂 I’m heading over to check out your post, too…