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Watch the spicy trailer for Netflix's 'How to Build a Sex Room'


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woman lying on elbows in foreground with husband and designer Melanie Rose in background

"They say you never know what goes on behind closed doors," says designer Melanie Rose in the trailer for Netflix's upcoming series How To Build a Sex Room. "Ooh, but I do."

Rose has been designing luxury homes for over 15 years, she explains in the trailer. When a client asked if she's ever designed a sex room, she thought, "Why not?" Thus began the venture of creating lavish, romantic (and sometimes kinky) spaces for couples. The reality TV series will follow Rose, her contractor Mike, and several couples as Rose makes their sexy interior dreams come true.

How To Build a Sex Room follows a recent trend of sex-related Netflix reality shows, such as Sex, Love, and Goop and The Principles of Pleasure. While those focused on education and mythbusting, this show seems to combine sexiness with a home improvement vibe. For those who love both erotica and HGTV, this one's for you.

How To Build a Sex Room debuts on Netflix on July 8.

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