How can you be sure to give your baby’s nursery good Feng Shui?
Let’s look at a few nurseries. Here’s a lovely example of good Feng Shui in a baby girl’s room:
Some of this nursery’s many positive Feng Shui aspects:
- The crib is in the Command Position, giving baby the greatest visual control of the space. She has the sense that she’s safely in charge of her space — and her life — right from the get-go.
- The stunning yet subtle pink shade on the walls (Benjamin Moore Pink Harmony, perhaps?) is lively and warm without being jarring.
- I love the mirror on the wall, too, which enhances baby’s sense of identity as she grows.
This more gender-neutral example has equally good Feng Shui:
Some Feng Shui aspects of this nursery:
- Green is the color for growth in Feng Shui. The particular shade of Apple Green used here adds zest to the nursery without overwhelming it with color.
- The flower artwork over the crib communicates growth and vitality as well.
- Is that a photo of the baby himself that I see there? This is great for a baby’s self-confidence, especially when the photo is kept up-to-date as he grows.
These two nurseries have several “good Feng Shui” things in common: a calm yet happy atmosphere, interesting things for baby to look at, a comfy chair where Mom & Dad can spend quality nursery time.
What else do you think gives a nursery good Feng Shui? Not being a Mom myself, I’m sure I’ve missed a few things!