Ladies tend to want to create a romantic, sexy bedroom, but they often don’t realize that what they find sexy is very different from what a guy will find sexy. Women sometimes think that sexy and romantic means pink and covered in marabou feathers. Ladies, learn this – very few guys appreciate the marabou. It’s actually a huge turnoff for a lot of guys. They like comfort and romance in a much more masculine way, even in a ladies bedroom. The last thing a lady looking for sex wants to do is to create a bedroom space that makes men uncomfortable or makes them afraid to move for fear of breaking something.
If the room looks too fragile, the guy won’t be comfortable there, and if he’s not comfortable there, he won’t be spending much time there – even if there is a naked woman involved. So, how does a lady create a space that makes her happy but doesn’t make men cringe? Try rich or bold colors, and use the pastels and pinks as accent colors to accessorize the bedroom. For example, white cottage style distressed furniture can be pretty girly, but when mixed with a navy blue rug, curtains and comforter, it ends up looking and feeling clean and crisp. The accessories like throw pillows could be done in white Battenburg lace or pale blue to add a feminine touch without making the room overbearingly girly. Remove the throw pillows to a safe place, and it’s now a room that men can fuck in without feeling awkward and uncomfortable. Really great cotton sheets get softer and more comfortable with each washing. Lots of pillows on the bed gives an inviting look, but not if the pillows are lacy, frilly decorative pillows. Men never know what to do with those kinds of pillows, but they fear messing them up. Buy extra pillow cases that match the sheets and put four full size pillows on the bed. To a man, that looks inviting without being life threatening.