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How To Build The Sex Room Of Your Fantasies

By: Scarlett

Ever wanted your own sex room of your dirty dreams in your own house? With rumours beginning to circulate that there might be a new series in production of Netflix’s weirdly compelling reality show, ‘How To Build A Sex Room’, we want to share with you our tips on how to a sexy space on the (relatively) cheap.

How might the average sexy, adventurous couple go about recreating some of the lavish styles, sexy atmosphere, and sex furniture featured in the show in their own homes? Money is what keeps most of us from making our fantasies reality. But while the average episode of How To Build A Sex Room might cost around £250,000 to produce, us mere mortals can at least get a taste of that life for considerably less than £1,000.


Choosing Furniture

There’s a whole array of furniture designed specifically for sex. SexToys.co.uk is an exclusive online retailer of Liberator products in the UK. For example, a Liberator Ramp, which also comes in a plus size, can be slipped under your bed and hidden away when not in use, and pulled out when the moment strikes to offer a new range of sex positions and supports. That means you don’t have to build the room from scratch, you can adapt your current bedroom to suit your needs.

Even more discreet, the Liberator Jaz doesn’t need much more than the duvet pulled up over it to hide it in your bed. While it’s not strictly furniture in its own right, it’s designed to open up the possibilities of sex, offering new angles and positions, and particularly valuable for those with mobility issues.

Show Your Colours

50 Shades established the idea of a ‘Red Room’ as a sexual space. In nature, red is both a symbol of warning, and of seduction, and many British kinksters prefer their sexual spaces to be red. Red and black is a classically sexual combination, so head down to your local garden centre and hope the staff don’t ask too many questions about your paint choices.


In general, if red is too mainstream, stick to warm and deep colours like purples and oranges rather than vibrant neons or inoffensive pastels. Vibrant colours can be distracting and overwhelming, while muted pastels don’t create the atmosphere you’re looking for. After all, beige walls equal beige sex.

Repurpose Existing Furniture

If you’re creating your ideal sexual space on a budget, it’s going to be important to work in existing furniture. There’s nothing to stop you chucking an easily-cleanable Fascinator Throw over an old chaise longe and calling it a Pony Chair – basically a sex sofa. This style of furniture is hugely popular on How To Make A Sex Room, featuring in just about every episode. You can even select the Fascinator travel throw for when you're on the move.


Then there’s the bed itself. As much as we’d all like to be able to commission an artisan to hand-make an ornate, emperor-sized, four-poster bed, most of us have to work with what we’ve got. Just add the Bound To Please PVC bed sheet to your arsenal, and your regular bed can be turned into a kinky sex bed at the drop of a hat.

Go on, make your fantasies come to life. Whether you’re new to BDSM or ready to take your kinky fantasies up a notch, we have all you need right here to create your very own sex room at home.