Today we give you a source of inspirations for interior designers and bedroom decoration lovers here in Decor and Style. From futuristic lines to high limited editions, you can choose the style you want, the size, the materials and, of course, the colors. Get inspired by these Top 10 Romantic Bedroom Ideas.
1. French Getaway
This charming master bedroom delivers romance through the custom-made headboard, bedding and Old World furnishings. The curved lines of the furniture and soft lighting create the perfect setting for a cozy night in. Design by HGTV fan SedonaSidney.
2. Pink Touches Bedroom
In a Palm Beach house, the master bedroom’s Loire iron bed is by Niermann Weeks, and the pink, brown, and white linens are from Restoration Hardware. A Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Thad sofa is covered in the softest color imaginable — Groundworks’ Academy Weave in light pink. “The pink isn’t gag-me pink,” designer Gary McBournie says, “It’s utterly soft. The iron bed helps to control it, and so do the brown and pink bed linens.”
3. Luxury Romantic
The Frank Nightstand comes directly out of a surreal world, a dream, taking on a variety on a variety of luxurious finishes. This exclusive nightstand features some of Boca do Lobo’s finest veneers, and design details, and in a unique clash of aesthetics and tonnes, maintains practicality, making it perfect to keep some of your most personal belongings.
4. Antique Inspiration
This refined and sophisticated bedroom exerts romance through its use of soft, neutral hues and fabrics paired with antique furnishings and an elegant, oversize fabric headboard.
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5. Simple Romance
Nothing says romance like a room with a grand, four-poster bed. HGTV fan Niomi tones down the black bed frame with soft, white linens and red accents. A neutral wall color and minimal accessories keep the space perfectly simple.
6. Modern Romantic Bedroom
Boca do Lobo, a harmonious agreement and concord of Portuguese design, that brings a unique intensity to life. In a digital era, the pixel is king, described as the smallest single component of a digital image. Embracing real and virtual the Pixel Nightstand is ideal for those looking for a metallic ambiance in the bedroom. With two drawers it is perfect to keep your bedside books and computer or tablet coexist.
7. British Colonial Romantic Bedroom
The reproduction British Colonial jackwood bed by Susanne Hollis has a strong romantic presence that complements the Spanish Colonial architecture in a Malibu house. Designer Lawrence Rizkowsky removed its canopy, which met awkwardly with the sloped ceiling. “And while the showstopper here is clearly the ocean, the fireplace is so romantic when it’s lit not to mention practical,” he says. “It gets cold in Malibu in the winter, and wet.” The bedskirt fabric is Les Fougères by Clarence House. The Bridgewater sofa, designed by Rizkowsky, is covered in Rogers & Goffigon’s Pembroke in Myrhh.
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The red velvet headboard in a San Francisco, California, master bedroom is “grand, whimsical, over-the-top,” designer Stephen Shubel says. “But we didn’t want the whole room to be over-the-top. So we did very classic ivory velvet curtains the same color as the walls, with a black tassel trim and cream sheers behind them. We have traditional furniture on either side of the bed and French 19th-century stools at the foot.” The rug is from Stark; patterned throw pillows are from Summer House and the metal lamps are from Martin Richards.
9. Feminine Turquoise and Navy
Designer Ashley Whittaker wanted this bedroom in a Greenwich, Connecticut house to feel sophisticated, but still youthful and feminine. “Lavender has a whole new point of view when it’s mixed with turquoise and navy,” she says. “It says ‘girl’ without screaming ‘girly girl.'” She upholstered the bed in Suzani by Quadrille and dressed it in Matouk Mirasol bedding. An Ava mirrored nightstand from Worlds Away holds a Genevieve table lamp from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. Walls are painted Mountain Mist by Benjamin Moore.
10. A Subtle Pink
A master bedroom in Greenwich, Connecticut, has a subtle glow of pink. “A woman feels more comfortable in these colors and this increases a feeling of romance,” says designer Sally Markham. “There’s actually an old decorator’s trick of lining lampshades in pink, because it creates a glow that’s very complimentary to the skin.” A Ralph Lauren mink throw is draped over the silk-upholstered bed designed by Markham.