Even in the age of Tinder and Ashley Madison, we still believe in a bit of romance. And what better place to start than your very own home? Here’s our guide to creating romantic spaces that you’ll be able to love for years to come.
Create a romantic scene
Red is the colour of love but you also want to make yourself feel comfortable in the bedroom. Do that by adding soft textures like silk, velvet or chenille and you’ll never want to leave the boudoir. Add a blackout lining and you won’t have to.
Bubbles on tap
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to run your partner a nice bath. Creating the perfect space to enjoy a few bubbles is easy. Add a roller blind in neutral colours to create a calming atmosphere with plenty of privacy (they’ll even cope well with a bit of splashing). All you need then is a few candles and some romantic music to set the scene.
Because fluffy socks will never be sexy
Wrapping up in your onesie and fluffy slippers doesn’t scream sexy now does it? Ditch the fluff in favour of something more risque. Keep the goosebumps at bay with a thermal blind instead and show your partner exactly what they’ve been missing.
You can make your home feel romantic in all sorts of ways this Valentine’s Day. And the best thing about creating that inviting space? It’s made to last. Chocolates melt, flowers die but the right home is made to last. Grab some more inspiration today at www.blinds-2go.co.uk and create a loving home.