12 Romantic Bedroom Ideas

katie hodges design bedroom

Katie Hodges

No matter whether you're single or coupled up, you deserve to unwind every evening in the romantic bedroom of your dreams. While we've rounded up 12 entirely different romantic spaces below, they all share four important qualities: a lack of clutter, thoughtful color choices, eye-catching pieces, and off-the-beaten-path touches. We see a number of different design styles at play in the following spaces, which range from traditional to boho to neutral. But we're not playing favorites—each bedroom truly does have a wonderfully romantic feel to it, and we'd be happy snuggling up in any of them—whether with a loved one, pet, or just a good book. Read on to learn how you can easily turn your bedroom into a romantic getaway.

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    Get a Bit Moody

    Miranda Schroder bedroom

    Miranda Schroder

    Moody black walls are the perfect backdrop when it comes to creating a romantic sleep space. If you're hesitant about introducing such a dark color, note that you can still implement brighter hues by way of a rug, as demonstrated in blogger Miranda Schroder's space. Accents like candles and a blanket set the scene for cozy nights in.

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    Don't Skimp on Lighting

    Margaret Rajic for Kate Marker Interiors

    Margaret Rajic for Kate Marker Interiors

    Lighting is an excellent way to add some drama and intrigue to your bedroom. Here, in this space by Kate Marker Interiors, a beautiful chandelier makes a stunning statement and instantly adds a romantic touch. Say goodbye to your apartment's uninspiring ceiling fan and opt for a swoony piece like this one!

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    Pick a Dreamy Headboard

    Claire Staszak bedroom

    Claire Staszak

    Think beyond the basics when it comes to a headboard and go for a design that's flirty and fun. In this space, designer Claire Staszak selected a wicker number that adds a boho touch. Whether you go the vintage route or opt for something more modern, you'll enjoy having a bedroom that doesn't look exactly like everyone else's.

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    Think Tropical

    Dabito bedroom


    What's more romantic than a bedroom that reminds you of your favorite vacation spot? Blogger Dabito added tropical touches to his bedroom in the form of palm leaf wallpaper and a cane bed frame. There's no reason your bedroom has to blend perfectly with every other room of the house if you find a print that makes you happy.

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    Go Four Poster

    Shaheen Khan bedroom

    Shaheen Khan

    There's something so darn romantic about a classic four-poster bed that gives off luxury hotel vibes. If you're worried about things looking too formal, don't be. Blogger Shaheen Khan softened up her space by adding a cozy boucle bench and laid-back-looking striped bedding, which suggests that lounging is most definitely still encouraged.

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    Go Natural

    Jenna LeBlanc bedroom

    Jenna LeBlanc

    What's more dreamy than a bedroom with a cloud-themed mural? Blogger Jenna LeBlanc's bedroom brings the outdoors in by way of a hanging bed wrapped in faux vines. The setup is perfect for those who love lazy hammock days and crave a garden-like feel.

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    Stay Cool

    Jennifer Lake bedroom

    Jennifer Lake

    Blogger Jennifer Lake's bedroom is a chinoiserie lover's dream, filled with dainty details and soothing colors (cool blues are perfect for a sleep space!). Feminine details pair nicely with more neutral grays, while simple touches—like flowers on both nightstands—make the space look extra welcoming and peaceful.

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    Add Some Accents

    Carla Hayden

    Carla Hayden

    Small upgrades—like the addition of a throw rug or a colorful fabric bench—can make a bedroom look more romantic in no time. Blogger Carla Hayden opted for soft pinks and oranges, which most certainly add a sweet touch.

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    Act Neutral

    Kat Jamieson bedroom

    Kat Jamieson

    White textiles add a sophisticated, adult-like feel to any bedroom. Blogger Kat Jamieson kept her space from feeling stark by adding texture in the form of a sheepskin rug and introducing romantic elements like roses and a tray of perfumes—very Parisian if you ask us!

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    Fluff It Up

    Jenica Parcell bedroom

    Jenica Parcell

    Blogger Jenica Parcell also designed a bedroom rooted in neutrals but opted for frillier touches like furry stools and fluffy pink pillows. Comfort is key when it comes to a romantic bedroom, so don't be afraid to indulge in these types of pieces, which will make you feel extra at ease in your space.

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    Decorate to the Max

    Lacey Kennedy bedroom

    Lacey Kennedy

    Blogger Lacey Kennedy designed an ultra-glam bedroom filled with plush pillows, floral details, and shabby chic accents. Her space is proof that you can implement a romantic theme without having to cover your walls in a bright paint color or go overboard with upgrades—it's all in the decor.

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    Mirror Mirror on the Wall

    Cheryl Luckett

    Cheryl Luckett

    There's something about mirrored furniture that's just extra romantic and glam, and blogger Cheryl Luckett made sure to incorporate such pieces into a bedroom that she designed. Flirty leopard print and a velvet headboard making for perfect additions.

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