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Renovating the bedroom: curtains at the door

It's true that we all like to have intimacy in our bedroom, but I propose that you do an exercise in exhibitionism and change the door from your bedroom for some curtains. The truth is that in the photograph that tops these lines the result is spectacular, it not only provides romanticism It brings freshness.

Now that the heat is approaching, what better way to put a light cloth at the entrance of your bedroom? You can do it with one light cloth (nothing of canvas) to match the rest of the room and of course, go from the beading curtains unless that door gives to the outside and you want to get rid of mosquitoes and bugs. In this case, it has been chosen for a floral print fabric (total trend this spring), which coordinates perfectly with the rest of the bedroom, which has floors, ceilings and walls of the same makeup color that is so worn. I want you to see too the bedside table, a simple box, which gives the feeling of a rustic bedroom, and how the curtains in the window have been dispensed with, maybe not to recharge the environment, I love how it looks!

As always, I only recommend it to people or couples who live alone and that they do not need to have extra privacy, since the curtains leave few things to the imagination. And if you already want to make a total romantic look, buy some tulle curtains, you will love the effect.

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