Gift Ideas for a Romantic Bedroom

Deep-hued candles make romantic gifts for any occasion.Deep-hued candles make romantic gifts for any occasion.

Romantic bedroom items make ideal bridal shower, wedding, anniversary and Valentine's Day gifts. Treat a couple to the items they need to transform their bedroom into a romantic respite. Consider the gift recipients' color preferences when choosing a gift; pastel candy colors look enchanting, while rich hues, such as chocolate and rose red, will infuse a bedroom with a sensual flair.

Scented Candle

Treat a bride to a scented candle, which she can use to turn her bedroom into a love nest. The recipient can display the candle on a bedroom night stand, shelf or vanity table. Choose a heady scented candle featuring a romantic hue, such as deep red or soft pink. Romantic woody and floral candle scents include jasmine, gardenia, rose and sandalwood. Food-inspired scents, such as vanilla and chocolate, will also set the mood for romance. Look for eco-friendly soy candles featuring natural essential oils, which will release fragrance evenly throughout the burning.

Luxury Bed Linens

Pamper a bride and groom with luxury bed linens made with high-quality fabric. Choose high thread count Egyptian cotton sheets featuring a silky feel. Pick elegant white, romantic red or sensual leopard print sheets according to the couple's personal tastes and home decor. Sweet pale pink and white scroll or floral pattern sheets will add a touch of romance to the recipients' bedroom. Other romantic bedding options include silk blend or sateen sheets and pastel-hued cashmere throw blankets.

Crystal Chandelier

Few bedroom items say "romance" like a chandelier dripping with gemstones. Surprise a couple with an elegant vintage chandelier featuring dangling crystals and ropes of creamy pearls. For a mysterious "boudoir" style, choose a Paris-inspired black wrought iron chandelier bedecked with black and pink crystals. Chandeliers are available in electric and candle styles. Include all hardware, such as a chain and brackets, so the couple can hang the chandelier from their bedroom ceiling with ease.

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Elizabeth Arnold has written for a wide variety of publications and websites. Her experience includes writing travel features for "Recommend" magazine and packaging marketing copy for both Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Warner Bros. consumer products. Recently, Arnold was a staff writer for "Special Events" magazine. Arnold studied English at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

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