Sexy Rooms: Bedrooms


As revealed in my very first post, I am starting a (non-consecutive) series of sexy rooms- the first being bedrooms. I am super picky about my bedroom. Don’t know why, I just am. I strongly believe (at least for my personal bedroom) that it should not have a t.v. in it (just ask my husband, he’s been trying for years and I haven’t budged- sorry, love), I want it done in mostly neutral colors and I want them to be dark and smoky. I also think the bedroom should be just for sleeping and…other things. No clutter, no work, no craziness, no mess. I want it sexy, dark, and stress-free. I will be putting together a dream board of what I want to do with it, but for now I will share with you a few images of some jaw-droppingly sexy bedrooms…    

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Codina House by A4estudio in Mendoza, Argentina

Love the mix of natural finishes and the simplicity of this room…


House 6 by Marcio Kogan in Sao Paulo. Brazil

Again, so simple and very natural. And judging by the location of the home and the light coming in from the right, there is probably a gorgeous view. What more do you need?…


Texture is a wonderful thing. Sometimes I prefer to go monochromatic and just play with textures- it can create an incredibly sensual room. I’m crazy about that black bed with the gray sheets. That sort of abstract horse photograph is pretty amazing, too…


The walls here are a little light for what I would do personally in my own bedroom, but it’s still a perfect, beautiful shade of gray. I love that they used a chocolate brown shade on the lamp- it gives a very nice, sophisticated glow at night-time. I also love the taupey-grays on the pillows and that gorgeous nail-head trimmed headboard- the color reminds me of a weimaraner…



The black is so nice in this room. I love the soft glow the bed-side light casts on the wall. As far as accent colors- I think the fuchsias and magentas on the pillows are great. That’s why I like to use color sparingly- so that when you do use it, it really gets appreciated because it stands out so nicely and you could just as easily switch them out for a chartreuse green and peacock blue. Not too crazy about the rugs though. I like them on their own, but the scale seems too small. I might’ve done three or four of the black (if they weren’t available in a larger size) and butted them against one another, running them underneath the bed to the other side so it seemed less like a bath mat. I’ve done that before and it just looked like one big rug. Overall, though, I love this room…


Gold without being gaudy and texture, texture, texture. Yum…


One of my favorite accent colors in a bedroom is purple. In deep shades of plum and raisin (especially in a fabric with a sheen, like here) it looks so glamorous and slightly seductive…


Love the all black with the white and those killer pendants. I bet they look beautiful lit…

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The art over the bed is a little more silly than sexy, but hey, who’s to say good things can’t come from a playful little pillow fight? I think the fur is overdone a little, though. Maybe just in one spot, but it’s definitely a great texture (and color) to throw in a bedroom. Great bedside tables, too!


Aren’t these shimmery graphites and bronzes just to-die-for?? The lighting is well-done, too, although I probably would’ve painted the ceiling darker. But that’s just me. And do you notice the curtains? They’re chain. Love, love, LOVE…


See how nice light looks bouncing off a dark wall? I like that they used mirrored tables and metal lamps, too…

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I think this is one of my favorites. That bedroom looks smokin’ hot, exactly what I would want my bedroom to look like, and what woman wouldn’t be turned on by that gigantic walk-in closet?




  1. i love black rooms. I have one now that is done..the walls are beautiful, but the furniture and flooring is a test!

  2. Me too! I prefer them in the bedroom because it's where you go to wind down (or heat up). In other rooms, though, I prefer something not quite as dark because I need light for when I'm trying to get things done. Otherwise I might would just want to curl up and go to sleep! I bet it would be nice in a library, though. And I've seen some bathrooms done in black slate that look pretty fantastic. Are you replacing your furniture and flooring?

    Thanks for stopping by- love to see you back!

  3. I really love the one with black walls and white bedding. I think I'm about to do a version of that in my place. Deep, stormy navy walls and white bedding. *sigh*


  4. I know, right? It's SO sophisticated. The jet black monochromatic scheme with that shock of white and little bit of color on the pillows is uber glam. A great way to create drama in a room using nothing but color (or lack of color in this case). Thanks for stopping by- Hope to see you back soon!