Bedrooms can be decorated to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your special someone. Even if you have already planned a romantic date out with your boyfriend, you both can always go back to a wonderful warm bedroom full of lovey-dovey stuff. Still, confused about what to do to surprise your beloved one? Get inspired with the following DIY ideas for your boyfriend romantic room décor.
1. Dim Lighting Surprise
A bedroom with dim lighting is always romantic and sexy. Add some more things that could enhance the love-is-in-the-air feel to the room, including balloons with metallic colors and small scented candles formed in words saying “I Love You”. Your boyfriend would definitely answer, “I love you, too, so much!”
Despite the fact that men have commonly used pink and red nowadays, the colors are being glorified too much for Valentine’s Day celebration. Try the other soft colors such as grey and lilac (pastel purple). Combine them for the perfect color scheme of your boyfriend romantic room. Add a tinge of gold on furnishings like a blanket, small cushions, mirrors, and curtains.
Who doesn’t want a classic bedroom with an antique king-sized bed in a large, firm wooden frame? With a dark red palette, like maroon and burgundy, this bedroom is such a luxurious retreat.
Don’t forget to sprinkle some red rose petals on top of the white-sheered bed. Then, finish off with a box of chocolate, a tray of your favorite beverage, and romantic dim lighting from lit candles in silver candelabra. This is a classic and elegant boyfriend romantic room.
The simplest idea of DIY Valentine’s Day décor of boyfriend romantic room is setting up a gallery of old photos of you and your partner on your bed. The fun part of this is you get to hang your photos on the tips of the strings of gas balloons so that it would look like a floating photo gallery! It is simple yet so sweet.