Did you know that the colour pink was first used as a dye for textiles back in the 12th century? The shade wasn’t widely popular until the 1900s when it was seen as a more accessible alternative to purple and red. Its popularity has fluctuated from then onwards but has recently experienced another resurgence. So, if you’re also a fan of this sweet, feminine colour and are looking for ways to incorporate it into your bedroom, read on for our ideas on how you can bring pink into your bedroom again with these fantastic pink framed beds. What’s Hot In Pink Bed Frames Right Now? We’ve explored how the colour pink has evolved over the years, as well as various shades of pink bed frames you can use to brighten up your bedroom. But what do we predict will be hot in pink bed frames next year and beyond? Here are a few trends that are predicted to be big in the bed frame industry over the coming years. Pink Fabric Bed Frames - Textile patterns have been booming in the interiors industry for the last few years. From pillows cases to duvet covers and bed sheets, textile patterns have been dominating the bedroom. Bed frames are no exception and we can expect to see more and more over the coming years. Pink Wooden Bed Frames - The use of wood in interiors has been on the rise over the last few years. From wood furniture to wooden wall panels and floors, wood has been dominating many a living room and bedroom. We can expect to see wood bed frames become even more popular over the next few years and while the cost of wood has been increasing, they are still a great choice for stability and longevity that are built to last. Bespoke Pink Bed Frames - Although bespoke bed frames have been around for a few years now, we can expect to see them become more mainstream over the next few years, particularly as commerce online improves. With bed frame companies offering more customization options than ever before, it is likely that more and more people will be choosing bespoke bed frames in the coming years (see: Happy Beds build your own bed feature). What Shade Of Pink Should I Go For? If you want a bedroom that feels relaxed and cozy, pink tones like apricot, salmon, or rose are a good way to go. If you want a bedroom that feels more playful, you can use brighter shades of pink like fuchsia, magenta, or hot pink. If you want a bedroom that feels romantic, you can use more muted shades of pink like dusty rose, shabby pink, or cotton candy pink. Light pink upholstered frames If you’re after a relatively light shade of pink to bring warmth to a room, then a light pink upholstered bed frame will be perfect. You can go for a warm tone like salmon or a more subtle tone like dusty rose. Another popular light pink bed frame is a blush pink bed frame, which will bring a more subtle pink hue to your bedroom. Pastel pink upholstered frames If you’re after a slightly bolder shade of pink, then a pastel pink upholstered bed frame will be perfect. Pastel pink is a very sweet shade and is perfect for bringing a hint of colour to a neutral-toned bedroom. Dark pink upholstered frames If you’re after a bolder, richer shade of pink for your bedroom, then a dark pink upholstered bed frame will be perfect. A dark pink bed frame is the best way to bring a punch of colour to your bedroom. Where To Buy Your Pink Bed Frame? There are plenty of online retailers that sell pink bed frames, so you’re bound to find what you’re looking for. Many online retailers also offer free next day delivery, which is perfect if you’re in a rush to get your new bed frame. Regardless of which retailer you opt for, there are many different shades of pink and styles of bed frames to choose from, and they come in a wide variety of price points, so there’s bound to be one to suit every budget.