Choose from our picks of the most romantic interiors to create a loved up space for yourself
On our travels, we have often spent a minute too much pondering over the details that make our heart sing. And almost always, we have realised that they are the ones high on design and details. So we put together some of the most memorable interiors that have made us coo in delight.
Browse through our gallery below to open the doors to the list of top romantic interiors of our times.
If high gloss, uber glam is your style then the bath at the Royal Monceau in Paris is the one for you. All out glamorous with mirror panels on all surfaces imaginable, it is the stuff glitzy dreams are made of. Imagine lighting candles here, and the million reflections thereof? Perfect, we think.
We absolutely love the Empress Josephine suite by former bond girl, and interior designer par excellence Anouska Hempel at the Blakes hotel in London. A vision in white, the focus is the tented four-poster bed with carved consoles on the side. Inspired by the culture of Russia, India, Turkey, it is a perfect mix of modern and traditional.
Nothing says romantic more than a table for two in a place just steps from the Champs-Elysées, with a private terrace that commands all of Paris and a defining spirit of elegance and charm. Little wonder then, that the Penthouse suite at the Four Seasons hotel George V makes it to our list.
If you are more the traditionalist when it comes to matters of the heart, then perhaps this French boudoir-style living room at Le Bristol in Paris is the one for you. Think velvets, tassels, ornate mirrors, and Antoinette armchairs with scalloped and scrolled wood trim, padded armrests.
There’s something about ceiling sash windows, opening into a balcony lined with flowers that we find most romantic. And that it is located in a place known as the Athens of the North perhaps tilts our opinion in its favour. The idea of watching the world go by over the ever-changing landscape, or simply getting that cup of coffee together, nothing aids it better than this. Not to mention, the plush bed with a high back, a tufted day bed to boot. The suite at the Nira Caledonia in Edinburgh is a lesson in how dark can be romantic too where the greys find their place next to black and blue, and yet there’s not a hint of gloom in there.
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