Last updated on June 25th, 2020
GET THE LOOK!
One of my favorite designers of all time is Sarah Sherman Samuel, and this stunning pink bedroom that she designed for her clients does not disappoint.
Pink is definitely not just for the kiddos anymore – interior designers are proving over and over that pink can be used in a variety of settings, in very sophisticated ways! For more pink decorating deliciousness, check out this post!
Sadly, some of the pieces featured in this bedroom are no longer available, like the bed and side tables. But I think I’ve found some really great (and a bit more affordable) alternatives!
For a really awesome selection of 39 bohemian style beds, be sure to check out this post!
That beautiful paint color
The walls (and ceiling, it seems!) are coated in a muted blush lime wash paint from Portola in a tint called “Etcetera”. It makes me think of melted strawberry ice cream. I’m in love!
Sarah only cites the one paint in her post about this room, but it almost seems like the back wall behind the headboard is a couple of shades darker. Then again it could just be the lighting tricking my eyes! This shade does appear to photograph very differently from the swatch on the Portola website.
Cost of original room
Here is a quick breakdown of all the original pieces used to make up this room (and their costs), if you want to check them out.
Bed: Anthropologie (no longer available) – $1000
Pendant light: Serena & Lily – $398
Side Tables: Urban Outfitters (no longer available) – $100 EA
Bedding: dyed-to-order by Flaneur – $400
Rug: Coco Carpets – $1800
Art: Teamwoodnote – $250 EA
Frames: Simply Framed – $175 EA
Gem Sculpture: Kravet – ?
Vase 1: Kravet – ?
= TOTAL COST OF ORIGINAL ROOM: $5073
POSH PENNIES ROOM COST: $992
To discover how to recreate more awesome designer rooms on a budget, head on over here!