Is Your Bed’s Headboard An Invitation to Clutter?

Are you restless at night? Do you have trouble falling asleep? Do you wake up feeling tired?

There might be too much going on in your bed’s headboard.

For the best Feng Shui, use a headboard for your bed that doesn’t attract clutter.

bed with built-in bookcase-headboard.

Feeling pressured to read that book?

The headboard represents the Mountain in Feng Shui, providing you with a solid backing that keeps you feeling secure, all night long.

So an open headboard of any kind just won’t fill the bill.

Bed with shelf-headboard.

Too tempting for clutter.

How solid do these headboards really feel, for example?

You’d have to place a lot of pillows against it in order to lean back comfortably and really enjoy your bed.

These types of headboard cry out to be filled with all sorts of things that don’t belong anywhere near your head while you sleep: books, family photos, glassware, lighting, alarm clocks and more.

Are you feeling overstuffed?

Are you feeling overstuffed?

 

A good headboard is an essential element in a well-designed Feng Shui bedroom, so it’s important to be super-selective about the one you choose.

Does your headboard feel cozy and secure? What steps can you take to make it into a wonderful Feng Shui bed?

For much, much more on creating a bedroom that attracts the positive Chi you desire, check out my new ebook, Feng Shui In The Bedroom: Your Path To Love, Romance & Intimacy.

(photo credits: ifurn.com, featherbedcreations.com, furniturebuzzkids.com)

3 Responses to Is Your Bed’s Headboard An Invitation to Clutter?


  1. Yvette says:

    Great article! What if I don’t have a headboard, but my bed is against the wall?

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