8 romantic bedrooms you’ll fall in love with

The bedroom is one of the most intimate and personal spaces in the home, and thus lends itself beautifully to a light and romantic sensibility.

Colour is one of the easiest ways to achieve this feeling, whether using soft whites, creams and/or muted hues such as greys, duck egg blue and foliage greens, as a backdrop for furniture, textiles, heirlooms, books and art with personal attachment or significance.

Below is 8 romantic bedrooms:

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This stunning bedroom is an exemplar of how to incorporate a space-within-a-space to write, create, or simply retreat.
This stunning bedroom is an exemplar of how to incorporate a space-within-a-space to write, create, or simply retreat. Photo: Andreas von Einsiedel

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A four-poster bed is a stunning way to create a feeling of romance in a bedroom retreat.
A four-poster bed is a stunning way to create a feeling of romance in a bedroom retreat. Photo: John Paul Urizar

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Varied textures within your space—in carpet, bedding, cushions, throw and window dressings—will create a sense of warmth and cosiness.
Varied textures within your space—in carpet, bedding, cushions, throw and window dressings—will create a sense of warmth and cosiness. Photo: john Paul Urizar

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Rich textures and romantic decor add interest within a muted, singular palette.
Rich textures and romantic decor add interest within a muted, singular palette. Image: Felix Forest

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A pared-back look can create a feeling of intimacy just as well as classically romantic decor.
A pared-back look can create a feeling of intimacy just as well as classically romantic decor. Photo: Evan Sklar

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Here, framed art and antiques help create a sense of the personal within the space.
Here, framed art and antiques help create a sense of the personal within the space. Photo: Angelita Bonetti

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A traditionally feminine palette of pink and red isn't always necessary to create a sense of romance in a space. Look to dove greys and pale blues and stick to classic design elements and decor.
A traditionally feminine palette of pink and red isn’t always necessary to create a sense of romance in a space. Look to dove greys and pale blues and stick to classic design elements and decor. Photo: Maree Homer

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Here, soft muted pinks and greyish purples play up the romanticism of the space.
Here, soft muted pinks and greyish purples play up the romanticism of the space. Photo: via Nexus Designs

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