A Guide to Creating a Romantic Bedroom

If you want to create a romantic bedroom, this guide is perfect for you.

Last update: 10 February, 2021

If you want to create a romantic bedroom, this guide is perfect for you.

You don’t need to have a partner to enjoy an intimate space. You’ll love having a romantic atmosphere – soft colors, warm textiles, floral patterns, and something with french vibes are key to create a romantic bedroom.

If you’re sighing while reading this, take a seat, make yourself comfortable, and read this guide carefully to create the bedroom of your dreams.

Explore your romantic side

People tend to confuse the term romantic with being corny, but this isn’t what it really means. Romanticism involves kind and tender details that bring beauty to your life. 

Searching for evocative lines, gorgeous fabrics, and delicate flowers are the key to this decor style.

Wood, pastel tones, an ironwork canopy bed, or an amazing chandelier are the elements that a romantic bedroom should have. The combination of delicious colors, intimate lighting, and soft textures are essential for a romantic style.

If you want to know how to create a romantic bedroom, you’ll be seduced by these ideas.

A canopy bed – perfect to create a romantic bedroom

If you have enough space, a canopy bed is perfect to get that romantic vibe. You can have an ironwork or wooden structure and let long drapes hang off it.

If you have a small bedroom, don’t worry – there’s a solution for small spaces. Get a mosquito net, like this from IKEA, and hang it from the ceiling. To create a feminine and beautiful look, you can sew details on it, like little jewels, butterflies, or leaves. You can also add a lighted garland to complete the look.

A little bit of France

The French style gives a romantic vibe to the different spaces of your house. All you need to do is to add some details to create this kind of aesthetic.

Chandeliers are a classic. Their winding shapes, clinking glass, and the elegance of the Parisian aristocracy of the XVIII century make them the perfect item to get that romantic vibe. It’ll look great if you make it the main attraction of your bedroom. But if you add a chandelier, you shouldn’t add another element, like a canopy bed, since it would be too much.

Another must of this decor style are big mirrors with golden frames. Add one to your bedroom and you’ll see how great it looks. If you’re into Feng Shui, keep an eye on how to place it.

Favorite colors for a romantic bedroom

Use a neutral color as a base to add soft colors. The perfect colors for this style are pink, mauve, or green. You can paint the walls and use bedding as complements. Check out this Nordic pillowcase from Zara Home.

If you want to give a special touch to your bedroom, adding some candles, plants, or flowers is a good choice. All these items are very romantic, don’t you think?

Patterns you’ll love

Floral patterns are the favorites for romantic bedrooms, but you need to know how to choose them. Soft or natural colors are the best option and it’s even better if they’re small patterns, like Liberty prints.

Another characteristic pattern is the Toile de Jouy, have you heard about this? It was born in France in 1970, and you use only one color (blue, red, or sepia) on a white base. This kind of pattern reproduced pastoral and mythological scenes, events of that time, or the flora and fauna.

Nowadays, monochromatic prevails, but there’s a wide variety of colors as well as topics. You can find a lot of designs on Gaulan.

Do you see how easy it is to create a romantic bedroom? All you need to do is to add some candles, flowers, blankets, and fill your room with pleasant scents.

Now you’re ready to start enjoying your bedroom, feel comfortable, and relax in the romantic space you’ve created. Are there any elements you would like to add?

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