Feng Shui is a philosophy of life that originated in China. Their basic rules are oriented to a higher quality of life, which can be achieved through the harmonious life with its environment. Today, Feng Shui is the art of harmonious home furnishing that can help us create a healthier and more balanced atmosphere within our own four walls. A Feng Shui bedroom guarantees your recovery and well-being, and in this article you will find practical tips and useful hints for its design. Let it inspire you!
Frame a Feng Shui bedroom
The bedroom is the most important room in Feng Shui and this is not by chance – it is a place to rest, where we gather strength after a hard day’s work or active leisure to be able to perform again. Therefore, it is of particular importance that this space is free from all disturbing and harmful influences. To remodel your bedroom with the help of Feng Shui, you do not need exotic aids, such as Asian accessories. You need nothing more than the willingness to change. Probably you will not be able to implement all the tips immediately – for example, the location of your bedroom can be difficult to change. However, try to find the optimal solutions that are right for you – the use of Feng Shui also means willingness to compromise. The tips you will find in this article are generic in nature and can not replace individual advice. Therefore, seek the help of an expert if you are really interested in Feng Shui.
The location of the room is also important
It is best if your bedroom is located in the back of the house – a quiet area with little activity, compared to the rooms in the front part. If you are a morning person, choose a room in the east. In contrast, a room with west facing is ideal for evening people. Be sure to avoid south-facing rooms – you will not be able to really relax there. It is important that enough sunlight in the room succeed, but the bed should not be directly illuminated by the sun, because this can cause problems falling asleep. The orientation to the garden is also recommended, since according to Feng Shui the bloomers give good energy, which makes the inhabitants healthy and successful. The Feng Shui bedroom should, like all other rooms, have a “back door” for the bad energy – this function can also be taken over by a window.
Position the bed correctly
For the Feng Shui bedroom, the location of the bed is particularly important. It should not be opposite the door because it can cause health problems. The best position is with your head to the door, and with your feet – away from it. What is still recommended is at least one and a half meters from the window – otherwise the person lying on the bed will be exposed to the harmful effects that come from outside. Electromagnetic radiation through sockets, switches and cables should also be avoided – they should be at least one meter away from the body. If possible, the bed itself should not contain any metal elements – the massive wooden bed is the best solution for the Feng Shui bedroom.
Furnishing according to the rules of Feng Shui
The furnishing style in the Feng Shui bedroom should be as simple as possible – the less furniture, the better. It is also advisable to avoid the sharp edges and corners, and if there are such in your bedroom, the bed should be away from it as possible. It is also important that you use only soft wall paints in the bedroom, as they stimulate relaxation, compared to the bright nuances. As an oasis of calm, the Feng Shui bedroom should have thick curtains that can darken the room well. The large house plants are beautiful, but do not belong to the bedroom according to the rules of Feng Shui.