Keep the chi flowing! Your Master Bedroom is your private sanctuary – a place to escape at the end of a long day. It’s a place to relax — whether it’s in an oversized soaking tub, a steaming hot shower, or curling up in a comfy bed to read. It’s your personal space that helps you feel refreshed and renewed before the start of each day. And so, it’s important your #SignatureHomes bedroom be designed with Feng Shui to achieve that peaceful haven. Give your bedroom a boost by turning your luxurious master suite into a place you’ll want to come home to every night. Get that Feng Shui feeling by following these tips. #feelingfengshui
- Perfectly Placed Bed. Bedroom arrangement is very important in creating a perfect Feng Shui bedroom. A good mattress, a solid headboard and high-quality sheets from natural fibers are also very important in creating harmonious Feng Shui energy. The best position for a bed is one where you can see the door from the bed, but you are not in direct line with the door. Have your bed easily approachable from both sides. Do not place a side of your bed against a wall, such as in a corner of the room. Opt for a headboard, especially solid ones made from wood, providing additional strength and support behind your head. Explore our Houzz ideabook for master bedroom inspirations.
- Double Up. In Feng Shui, pairs are thought to promote loving, harmonious energy. In general, try to have two of everything you can. Keep energy balanced around your bed. If you have a nightstand on one side, have an identical one on the other side. Ovals and circles, whether it’s the shape of your nightstand or the type of accessories you select, are better than furniture and accessories with sharp corners or edges.
- Color. Use welcoming, calming and soothing colors to achieve a good Feng Shui balance in your bedroom. The best Feng Shui bedroom colors for are considered the so-called “skin colors,” from pale white to rich chocolate brown. These colors are thought to promote maximum sensuality and peaceful vibes. Choose colors within this range that will work best for your bedroom decor.
- Art: Choose images with nourishing, happy and beautiful energy. Aim to decorate with positive art that emphasizes life and nature. One of the best places to hang such an image is on the wall opposite your bed so that you see it first thing when you wake up and last thing before you turn off the lights to go to sleep. Avoid using mirrors in your bedroom.
- Lighting: Good, appropriate lighting is very important, as light is one of the strongest manifestation of energy. Have several levels of lighting in your bedroom (overhead, table and wall lights), or use a dimmer switch to adjust the energy accordingly. Candles can create a warm and healing atmosphere.
- Enclose the Energy. Leaving your bedroom door open when you sleep allows positive chi to flow out. Sleeping with the door shut promotes feelings of safety and security, bringing you calm and peace of mind. Keep all bedroom doors closed at night, including closet and bathroom doors, as well as desk and dresser drawers.
- Fresh Air. To have good Feng Shui in your bedroom you need to breathe fresh air. Open the windows or use a quality air-purifier to keep the air in your bedroom fresh and full of oxygen. Avoid plants in the bedroom unless your bedroom is fairly large and the plants are located far from the bed. Your sleek Signature countertops in the master bath are an ideal spot to store your living green friends, being both functional and beautiful.
- Clear the Clutter. From a Feng Shui perspective, clutter symbolizes unfinished business and impedes forward progress in life. Keep furnishings on the spare side and clutter as contained as possible to enable chi to flow freely around the room. Avoid using the space under your bed for storage. Your spacious Signature walk-in closet is perfect to organize all your personal belongings. Televisions, computers, exercise gear, or a workspace in the bedroom are thought to distract from rest, symbolize wakefulness, and take up energy.
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