Our master bedroom is pink and white. (You know, of course, that my dream home is an English country house.) My husband and I chose the Laura Ashley wallpaper years ago -- a small trellis pattern with a delicate pink rosebud. And he has absolutely no problem with it. You might ask why not; there are three reasons that I can think of:
1.He's secure in his masculinity and doesn't need a gender neutral color to make him comfortable.
2.He's a sweet guy, and he just wanted to choose the paper he knew I liked best.
3.He didn't really care, and just wanted to get the hell out of the store already.
He'll tell you it's reason #1. I'd like to think it's #2, but I suspect there's a little of #3 in there, too.
Now you can't have pink without chintz, of course. So there are chintz curtains and bed hangings -- a beautiful medium-sized floral with moss roses and lilacs. My dear friend, Toni Ann, made these curtains for me when I was in the hospital (premature labor with my son. Everything turned out OK; now he's 5'10").
And how can you have chintz without a few pretty plates, strewn with flowers, of course?
Bedding is pink and white with a few soft yellows and greens thrown in.