There are plenty of examples out there of bedrooms with “bad Feng Shui,” but what gives a bedroom good Feng Shui?
Here’s a beautiful example of the ingredients that create good bedroom Feng Shui:
- This room is clearly about relaxation — and very possibly, romance. There is nothing here to distract from the Primary Purpose of the room.
- The room’s colors are soft but not monotonous — I might trade the bed’s white throw blanket for a warmer color to add a little more Fire energy, but that’s about it.
- The artwork above the bed is an interesting image of a woman with flowers that adds vitality to the room.
- The windows have light-blocking curtains that close, a key to privacy and a good night’s sleep.
- The pair of chairs by the window adds “couples energy” to the room while encouraging conversation and connection between the people who sleep here.
- The room is clutter-free.
- I don’t see any mirrors at all!
Does this luxurious but comfy bedroom appeal to you? Does it give you ideas for your own room?
What else gives it good Feng Shui, that I’ve overlooked?
(photo from iStock)