Romantic Bedrooms – Romantic Ideas for Master Bedrooms

March 10, 2023, by: Greca Sandford

The master bedroom is often the sanctuary of the home, a private escape, a place for romance. Sure, red paint and rose petals can help to set the mood, but creating truly romantic bedrooms for everyday living takes a little more thought. Sumptuous linens, soft lighting, special décor and other great romantic bedroom ideas can all add to an amorous ambiance.

In addition to the paint, fabric, and other decorating basics, there are a few simple tips to keeping the romance in the room. First, clean up the clutter. Clutter evokes a feeling of chaos. Keeping things cleaned up will help to contribute to a more relaxed mood.

Next, if it’s found in an office, don’t keep it in the bedroom. Limit cell phone and laptop use: work isn’t very romantic. Also, use all your senses. Include your favorite sounds, smells and textures to make the bedroom a place where you want to spend time.

Keeping these rules in mind, take a look at these great romantic bedroom ideas for inspiration and create your very own love nest!

Canopy Dreamscanopy dreams

A flowing canopy is one of the simplest and most effective ways to create romantic bedrooms. They enclose the bed, making it feel like an intimate space within the room.

Rustic Romancerustic romance

These sweet pillows help to remind a Columbus, Ohio couple of one of the most romantic days of their lives – their wedding day! The candles and love notes on the bedspread complete the tone of this romantic bedroom.

Exotic Appealexotic appeal

Red is the unofficial color of romance. But save your room from becoming too cliché by using a range of hues and adding exotic textiles.

French Country Chicfrench country chic

Feminine touches lend themselves to a romantic feel in this glamorous bedroom. Pastel colors and glittery accents add to the luxury.

Light and Airylight and airy

By keeping the majority of the room white, the focus stays on the bed with its simple and romantic canopy. The best part: a canopy like this one can be an easy DIY project by mounting curtain rods or even towel bars to the ceiling and draping them with fabric.

Girly Chicgirly chic

Even though this bedroom was designed for a young girl, a lot of the ideas convey a sense of fairytale romance that anyone can use, including the frilly canopy, gilt mirror, tall lamps, and soft blush wall color.

Drama Queendrama queen

Dramatic can be romantic too! A full wall of antiqued mirror and a sparkly chandelier set the tone for this romantic master bedroom idea. 

Soft and Cozysoft and cozy

A fireplace adds instant romantic appeal, but not every bedroom is lucky enough to have one. Other cozy elements including the tufted chairs and faux fur rug enhance the warmth in this bedroom.

Stylish Sophisticationstylish sophistication

And what about this for a romantic bedroom color choice? Despite the dark walls, there is nothing dreary about this master bedroom. In fact, dark walls help to create an inviting, cocoon-like space that you may never want to leave!


What’s more romantic than having a hotel-worthy getaway in your own home? Sleek styling and a fabulous bed mimic the most luxurious hotels. Add special photographs to add a personal touch.

Cozy Retreatcozy retreat

Do you dream of a romantic escape at a cabin the mountains? Just make your own! The wood-covered ceilings and four-poster bed evoke the feeling of being in your personal hideaway.

Pretty in Pinkpretty in pink

No discussion of romantic bedrooms would be complete without a pink room! This bedroom is a little more grown-up, however, with a muted pink grasscloth wallcovering and beautiful scrolling headboard.


An ornate headboard, vintage cabinet, and hanging lanterns give this bedroom a look of being collected over time. Decorating your bedroom with treasures from your travels will remind you of romantic trips near and far.

We would love to share your romantic bedroom ideas, please just submit your project and we will publish it here.



Jamie Sandford - Owner and Lead Editor at RenoCompareJamie Sandford is the Chief Editor at RenoCompare (find out more). Jamie has been involved in construction for over 30 years. Straight out of college, Jamie worked with construction crews for the television, film and theatre industries for over 12 years. In his thirties, he turned his attention to DIY decorating and construction, working on many house renovations and remodels. During this time he started to specialize in home flooring and in 2013 he launched the Home Flooring Pros website. Two years later he launched RenoCompare.

“I’ve seen interior design, remodeling, and construction from both sides of the street, contractors on one side and homeowners on the other. My aim is to close the gap between the professionals and the consumers and make it easier for both sides to work smoothly and effectively side by side. At RenoCompare we want to save you time and money by giving you the information you need as simply and as quickly as possible!”

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