Design a Romantic Bedroom Retreat

Fall in love with your bedroom all over again with budget-friendly tips and romantic style inspiration from some of the most romantic bedrooms in the world.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionHere the Thai culture is represented by an abundance of silk. Other ways to bring romance in through culture might include displaying the region's symbol for marriage.
This romantic bedroom in Thailand, designed by Bill Bensley, www.bensley.com, is draped in its country's famous silk fabrics, produced from cocoons of Thai silkworms. Undeniably romantic silk panels cover the walls, simulating the feel of a cocoon. The bedding and pillows follow suit.

On a budget? Bring cultural symbols you already have into your bedroom and reinvent them in different ways. For example, Central Asian suzanis can be canopied from ceiling to wall above the bed, while those married in the German tradition could display their Nuernberg Wedding Cup on a nightstand.

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