If you are just as enchanted with the idea of creating your own pleasure room after watching How to Build a Sex Room on Netflix, then this post is for you!
While the idea of creating a pleasure room is nothing new, the hit Netflix show has brought the concept into the mainstream. There's no shortage of advice on how to create your own pleasure room throughout the show, but we're here to give you some steps on how to get started.
1. Create space.
Clear a space in your home that you can dedicate to pleasure. This can be a spare room, a corner of your bedroom or a space outdoors (eg a garden shed or caravan). Make sure the space is comfortable and inviting. Remove all distractions from the room. This means no TV, no clutter, no work things, no children's toys and no distractions of any kind.
2. Hit the shops.
Go shopping to find some inspiration and to figure out what you do or don't like. Go out and explore different stores that sell sex toys and interior items. This will give you a chance to see what's out there and get a feel for what you might like. You can also talk to the staff in these stores and get their opinions on various products. They may be able to give you some good advice on what to look for.
Fill the space with things that bring you pleasure. This could include books, magazines, movies, music, sex toys, and anything else that makes you feel good. Add some soft lighting, comfortable furniture, and anything that will make you feel relaxed and happy. Add elements that stimulate the senses like scented candles, soft sheets, and massage oils.
Set aside time to enjoy your pleasure room. Spend a few minutes winding down in the space before bed, or spend an hour or two on the weekend exploring your different options. Whatever you do, make sure you take some time to truly enjoy yourself.
Now that you know how to build a pleasure room, you can start planning what you would like to put in yours. With a little planning and some effort, you can create a space that is entirely your own and that you can enjoy for years to come. What will you put in yours?
Here's a little inspiration to get you started: