Quartz is the most abundant mineral on earth, and it comes in a rainbow of colors that have inspired artists and decorators for centuries. One of those colors is rose quartz, a deep but clear pink-rose. For many people, this makes it the perfect color for a girl’s room or a woman’s boudoir or dressing room, but the color’s versatility goes beyond this.
23 Eye-Catching Decorating Ideas with Rose Quartz to Make Your Home Adorable
As can be seen, rose quartz makes an excellent pop of color in a room whose furnishings may otherwise be too neutral. The color can be had in a work of art placed on the wall or on a side table, a throw draped over a gray sofa or a single piece of furniture upholstered in the color. Rose quartz can be a color in a pattern of the upholstery of a chair or sofa, a throw pillow, a tablecloth or an area rug. Rose quartz itself can be used to beautify a room, for it is easy to carve into bowls, vases, and figurines.
Some people are happy to place a great chunk of rose quartz crystal on a mantel or a console table in the entry hall. Placing it on a lamp table allows the viewer to savor the way the light falls on the crystal when the lamp is turned on.
1. A Sweet and Sassy Girl’s Room
Touches of rose quartz sweeten a room for a little girl. With white painted walls and ceilings, this touch of pink combined with the aqua blue of stackable trays, the greens of easy-to-grow plants and the warm brown of wood in the floor and cabinet doors keep everything from being too severe.
2. Heartfelt Sign of Love in Rose Quartz
People who work with crystals claim that rose quartz activates the heart chakra, the seat of love. So why not display a sign that says “Love,” in the color of this healing crystal? A simple mirror, a runner made of fluffy pure white feathers laid over a pure white mantle and hearts of different sizes attached to the wall amplify the message.
3. Delicious Rose Quartz Lampshade Cake
It’s understandable if the viewer mistakes this whimsical lampshade for a cake covered in roses made of pink frosting. Just the thing for a feminine bedroom or dressing room, the lovely color of the shade is gently echoed in the tablecloth and enhanced by the lamp’s crystal body and polished chrome stand.
4. A Cozy Corner Embraced in Rose Quartz
Everyone deserves a cozy corner where they can curl up with a book or simply relax, and the pink pillow and pink lamp base make this corner especially welcoming. A sheepskin throw over the simple chair makes the area exceptionally inviting, and the double casement window allows in floods of natural light.
5. Welcoming Pink Spinning Wheel and Flowers
A delicate rose quartz colored spinning wheel hung on the door and decorated with fruit and flowers is a wonderful way to welcome a guest into the home. Make sure to tuck at least one rose quartz colored flower, whether a rose, peony or ranunculus into the arrangement. A pink grosgrain bow to hang the wheel adds the final touch.
6. Fun Girl’s World All in Pink
The room is a girl’s world indeed, for just about everything in it is a different shade of pink including rose quartz. Rose quartz can be seen in the lovely area rug, the pillow shams and even in the chandelier, which may even have flowers carved from rose quartz. More delicate shades are found on the bedframes, the blankets, some of the other pillows, the lamp base, and the walls.
7. Calming Pops of Pink Smooth Out Rough Edges
The rough-hewn timber of the floor planks, wooden screen, and the occasional table may be off-putting to some visitors if it wasn’t for the rose quartz decorating ideas of a welcoming pink sofa and soft pillows. Another trick is to have the hanging lamp with its gray glass shade have a rose quartz holder.
8. Eye-catching Pink Flamingo Wallpaper In Rose Quartz
Some people would find a wall full of rose quartz colored flamingoes a bit much, but not the owner of this room. Besides the crowd of funny looking pink birds, find a Charles and Ray Eames-ish rocking chair and a bench covered with black, white and pink fabric. Consider adding a mini chiffonier in unapologetic grass green with shiny brass knobs just the right size for little fingers.
9. Romantic Dressing Room in Parisian Pink
This trés romantic dressing room is dominated by silk rose quartz curtains that are allowed to puddle on the floor in front of French windows with a view. Their color seems to give just a rinse of pink to everything else, including the walls, the ceiling, the chandelier, the ottoman and the armoire. Add a chair upholstered in tufted mauve velvet, some slightly pink flowers in tall vases, a pink ribbon and some pink perfume bottles to pull the look together.
10. Enter the Bold Pink Door
When it comes to rose quartz decorating ideas, there’s no rule that says a door needs to be brown or black. This door with its cleverly arranged panels is rose quartz and dominates its space. Indeed, the black and white floor, the stark white of the walls and the bench and the undressed window make the door stand out even more.
11. Elegant Pink Pot and Trailing Plant
Try this simple way of adding interest to a tall and simple bookshelf by placing an unadorned, rose quartz pot holding a trailing plant on a high shelf. The colors of the pot and the plant pull the eye in, and the plant pulls it down toward the other shelves.
12. Peaceful Pink Place to Work and Plan
This corner of the house can serve as a home office, especially when the viewer considers the transparent year-long calendar fastened to the pink wall. The large Parson table is also rose quartz, and its color is reflected in the crystals of the chandelier that hangs directly above. Gauze curtains make the space extra feminine.
13. Whimsical Pink Pillow Edged with Puffballs
Another of the interesting rose quartz decorating ideas is a pillow with a rose quartz sham edged with puffballs. This is the perfect craft project for a person who wants to spruce up an otherwise humdrum pillow or pillows and can even make a lovely gift for a birthday, wedding or holiday. The pillow looks especially fetching among bed linens of white or cream.
14. Bright Rose Quartz and Copper are Best Friends
Copper has been trendy for the last couple of years, and it goes beautifully with rose quartz. This can be seen here in the sturdy but delicate floor lamp, the modern chair and the copper plant stand that holds rose quartz pots and upright green houseplants. Don’t forget the pink wash on the walls and floors and the framed LOVE poster with its clever, copper-colored letters.
15. Serene Rose Quartz Clock Above the Fireplace
Rose quartz can even make the passage of time less anxiety producing as can be seen here in this simple clock with its pink hands and pink Roman numerals. Place it on a white shelf or mantel, put a pink peony in a just-pink pot or vase beside it. Anchor the scene with a copper pot filled with a succulent for a simple but lovely look.
16. Splendid Pink Roses in Almost Matching Vases
For a completely different floral arrangement among the rose quartz decorating ideas, find a group of pink roses and put them in vases that do but don’t match. Notice that the glass vases are the same save the amount of copper coating they have. Place a rose or two or maybe three in each vase, line them up and let guests enjoy their beauty.
17. A Full-On Pink
Baby girls are the best excuse to go full on rose quartz and pink in a room. Paint the walls a baby pink, and stencil the little person’s name above the crib in rose quartz. A comfy overstuffed rocking chair in the corner is the same color. Don’t be afraid to go overboard with other shades of pink for pillows, throw pillows, the area rug, the mattress or the lampshade.
18. Here’s a Mystery in Rose Quartz
Don’t be afraid to be mysterious when using rose quartz. Here’s a fur throw, the letter H and a bottle of champagne in rose quartz, a white and rose quartz straw to drink it with and to the side, pink and white roses, all gathered on white marble with gray veining. What does it all mean? It’s up to the person who arranged it.
19. Return of the Rose Quartz Love Poster
The Love poster returns in a different frame, flanked by posters featuring hexagons that are transparent, mottled gray and rose quartz. Beneath them, all is a bed, maybe a daybed for an afternoon nap. The hexagons are complemented by the lightest mauve on the walls, a couple of pillows and the upholstered bedframe while a round coir mat anchors the room.
20. Last, a Bit of Rose Quartz
Finally, the thing itself shows up in the form of a home for an air plant. The gray-green of the plant contrasts beautifully with the clear pink of the crystal. Place this plant in some good light and give it a spritz of water now and then, and it will last in its crystal holder for years.
21. Practical Yet Pretty Rose Quartz Bumpers
These rose quartz bumpers are just the thing to keep baby from trying to wedge arms, legs or even their head between the slats of the crib. At the same time, they make a statement. Even the pink silk ribbons that tie them to the crib frame have their own sweetness. Be sure to hang the star made of pink beads from the ceiling.
22. Cloth Roses for Valentine’s Day
A heart made of wood in rose quartz, other shades of pink, white and cream and mounted on a rose-quartz crate top is just the gift to give for Valentine’s Day. The roses themselves may look challenging to create, but they’re surprisingly easy and make for quite a satisfying craft project.
23. Shiny Brass and Soft Things in Pink
The old-fashioned brass crib in this nursery is complemented by a rose quartz colored wall separated from the gray-painted lower wall by wainscoting. Above hang pink pompoms and rose quartz paper flowers. The flowers are echoed in the pattern of the curtains while the shaggy gray carpet brings a 60s flavor.