In the master bedroom, David and Kortney wanted to create a space that would feel bright and open like the rest of the house, but would still have its own, distinctive style, so they chose to anchor this space in a soft blue rather than mint, giving the space a more romantic feel. Large windows with airy, white curtains help to add to that feeling, while a neutral rug and neutral chair help to tie the space together.
Once a functional garden shed, this cozy guest cottage now sleeps two, with a queen sized bed and a set of cozy bed linens. With tons of natural light let into the space by the windows and French doors and warm, natural tones, this guest space is a romantic cottage getaway.
There are Mr. and Mrs. sets for just about anything in big box stores but it can be hard to find sets for same-sex couples. You can find custom, handmade mug sets from online makers like Ink Letter Love.
Neutral colors and historic details create this romantic, inviting outdoor dining space. The gray arbor frames the adjacent fireplace, creating a focal point. The arbor also provides much-needed refuge from the California sun.
Beloved by women of all generations, Barbie has long been little girls' favorite doll, and these limited edition Barbie prints add a sophisticated elegance to a child's room. Add a neutral bedding set and throw in a touch of modern with a funky floor lamp for a truly unique look.
After extensive traveling across Europe, the owners of this home in Scottsdale, Ariz., wanted to bring a taste of their adventures back to the desert. Thus, the Pascale Land Design team transformed their backyard into a romantic retreat straight out of Tuscany.