Ignite a spark with romantic home decor
Now that the wedding is over and Prince William and Princess Catherine have returned to “normal” life, royal wedding fever is cured; but romance lingers on. Many of us desire a romantic look to some rooms in our home but do not like heavy lace, frilly curtains and girly colors. Well, help is on the way!
A romantic look is achieved through the use of textural fabrics, soft colors and heirloom quality furniture and accessories. Check out these photos and see what you think:
I think any man would be comfortable in this romantic bedroom courtesy of Country Living. The rough brick wall, distressed iron bed and bench and neutral colored bedding all come together to create an inviting and relaxing space that certainly falls into the romantic category.
Another romantic bedroom, this one courtesy of Pottery Barn, that features dark wood furniture but the romance comes from the wonderful textures of the bedding and the “surprise” of chandeliers as bedside lighting.
This bedroom courtesy of High Gloss Magazine is the ultimate in romance. Soft pink colors, floral embroidered bedding and that mirror! What man doesn’t love a mirror by the bed? (naughty!)
While all of these photos show romantic bedrooms, it is possible to bring a touch of romance to other areas of the home as seen in this photo from pinterest. The selection of fabrics and the addition of wonderful trims such as ruffles, tassles and appliques will add just a hint of romance to a sitting area, dining room or bedroom and the colors should please both men and women.
Isn’t it time to add a little romance to your home? I can’t help you with the hubby but maybe some of these decorating ideas might reignite a spark, you think?