How to Make Your Bedroom a More Sensual Space

How to Make Your Bedroom a More Sensual Space

Have you and your partner ever been in the mood to get down, only to trip over shoes, knock over coffee mugs, and lay your head on a stinky stray sock? Yeah, there’s nothing sexy about a room that’s not designed for sex.

We get it, we’re all busy and sometimes the home’s current state isn’t reflective of who we are, but guess what - it can influence your state of mind and prevent some serious action from going down.

Here’s how to make your bedroom a more sensual space:

The Essential Essentials

Make use of essential oils in the bedroom through burning incense, a candle or using a diffuser. We use all our senses when experiencing pleasure, and some oils such as Rose, Jasmine, Neroli and Fennel are said to be great for sex. You could also use the oils to massage each other.

Get the Lighting Right

Instead of the cliched switching off of lights, try managing the light within the room. Seeing each other’s silhouettes and being able to look each other in the eyes can really add to the sensuality. Install a dim feature or light candles add a romantic atmosphere.

Keep it Tidy

This seems rather obvious, but it’s important to keep the room neat and tidy so that your focus is on each other and not on other items in the room that could be distracting. This includes removing family pictures or devices while you’re getting in the mood.

Lock it Up

For many individuals, they need complete privacy in order to indulge in their sexual desires. Your room can become this safe space for sensuality if it’s guaranteed that you’ll have some privacy. Invest in a good lock for the door and play some music if you’re scared of making too much noise.

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