Romantic Bedroom Ideas

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Tis the season for romance. Transform your bedroom into a romantic getaway this year using some of our simple home décor tips. This doesn’t have to be an overabundance of ruffles and pink, but soft textures and a luxurious vibe will go a long way. If you are looking for some inspiration on what to do with your room this year, check out these bedroom ideas!

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Coastal Cuddling 

Nothing is more romantic than a room with an ocean view and a balcony. These high ceilings create an open airy space that features casual and elegant elements for a luxurious hotel feeling. You can recreate this room by using bright white walls and linens to accentuate the clean ocean feeling. 

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Faux Sure Styles

Fur accents create an inviting atmosphere when walking into a bedroom. Whether it is a throw blanket or accent rug, using these to spruce up the bedroom is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. It is a perfect way to keep warm in the harsh February weather.

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Flirty Farmhouse

A cast-iron bed frame and flowery accents create a cute and flirty room. The pastel-yellow walls enhance the natural light creating a light and open space. Gentle colors offer a romantic feeling throughout the master. A perfect escape from the rest of the house just for you and your other half. 

Creating a romantic bedroom depends on your style and personality. Make sure it matches who you are as a couple. There are many simple ways to add more romance like faux throws, accents, and using the room’s natural features. For more design tips check out our other blogs

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