How to make my master bedroom romantic

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  • Ebbjdl Ebbjdl on Aug 25, 2017
    I lost what I wrote, and it was lengthy, I try again later

  • Gammaconley Gammaconley on Aug 25, 2017
    I'm a stager. I come across this sometimes and this is what I share. Master Bedrooms should be a cool color. Soft and dreamy. They should be feminine. What I mean by that is rounded edges, soft textures and lighting that can dimmed for romance. A man should feel masculine in the room. A solid comforter with accent pillows, and no, don't pile them up, just a couple will do. Mirrors are great because they can reflect any candles you add for a glowing feel. Curtains should be a simple pattern with maybe a sheer under to give just a touch of sexy if left open. Hang them from ceiling to floor for drama. I don't suggest photos of the kids everywhere, this a space for mom and dad to escape and be an oasis for relaxation and intimacy. Don't over do the girly things, like ruffles. Keep it simple.

  • Esther Esther on Aug 25, 2017
    Soft warm colors, no clutter, a special or personal item that makes your partner smile, especially the warm, welcoming smile on your face ! Don't forget the smell of FRESH AIR NOT ARTIFICIAL SCENTS THAT OVERPOWER.

  • Elizabeth Dion Elizabeth Dion on Aug 26, 2017
    Layers of bedding with lots of pillows. Candles on bedside tables. Indirect soft lighting.

  • Cheryon Cheryon on Aug 26, 2017
    A romantic setting is different things to different people, so you need to decide what you "Find romantic." Having been happily married for almost 45 years I do suggest a few things:
    1.It should be a private retreat without a television!
    2. The style should be easy enough that a quick spruce up is possible every day in order to maintain the specialness of your private room.
    3.The style should incorporate elements that are pleasing to both you and your spouse.
    I've included a picture of our master bedroom which incorporates my love of Rivendale as described in J.R.R.Tolkein's books, the colours navy blue and silver, my husbands favorite reenactment sword and his enjoyment of ancient weaponry.
    Hope you find this helpful.
    Happy decorating.

  • Fix It Jen Fix It Jen on Aug 27, 2017
    PS- a chandelier or soft accent lighting never hurts. Have fun!