Your days are busy, so the place where you spend your nights—your bedroom—may reflect that, with laundry piled high in the corner and last night’s PJs still hanging out next to the bed. But distractions like those can put the brakes on a romantic interlude. For a sensual setting, you’ve got to create an oasis. We asked sex therapists for their top tips to revamp your bedroom into a space where you feel ready to turn up the heat.
Cue your thermostat "Couples want to have spontaneous sex, but if your bedroom is too cold you won’t want to be rolling around naked in it," said Aline Zoldbrod, Boston sex therapist and author on sexsmart.com.