Here’s a very disturbing rendering of a child’s bedroom that I came across recently:
The vibrant primary colors here are too Yang for any bedroom, especially a child’s.
These types of colors make better sense for a playroom where activity is encouraged, but bedrooms need a quieter mood that encourages rest and relaxation.
A bedroom using soft Yin colors and Five Elements theory creates a much better Feng Shui in a child’s bedroom.
Soft green shades, symbolizing the Wood element, work especially well since they encourage growth and development.
These shades combined with soft yellows, representing Earth, create a sense of stability and groundedness for an active child who is starting to explore the world.
(photo from iStock)