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Tips For a Feng Shui Bedroom

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 26, 2014 01:03 AM
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by Cori Magee last modified Jul 25, 2014

Image from Apartment Therapy Whether you're on vacation or a busy work schedule, the bedroom should be somewhere calming and rejuvenating. Adopting some Feng Sui elements to your design will help create a perfect environment to help you relax at the end of the day and get ready for the start of a new one. Here's some Feng Sui tips we recommend. TIP # 1. No TV  The good feng shui energy in your bedroom is destroyed when TV's and exercise equipment  are present in your bedroom. Image from Capital Building TIP # 2. Soft Colors Use soothing colors to achieve a good feng shui balance in your bedroom. TIP # 3. Bedroom Lighting It's good to have different levels of lighting in your bedroom, for different uses. So, you could try modern wall sconces paired with modern lamps . It's also good to have a dimmer switch to adjust the energy accordingly. Good lighting is very important, as light is our # 1 nutrient and one of the best sources of energy. Candles are also a good feng shui bedroom lighting, but be sure to buy candles with no toxins. Image from Design Milk TIP # 4. Open Windows Windows are often a good quality air-purifier to keep the air fresh and full of oxygen. But be mindful of the quality of air in your bedroom. You cannot have good feng shui in your bedroom if the air you breathe in is stale and full of pollutants so you might want an air purifier if you live in urban areas. Please note that plants in the bedroom are not good feng shui, unless your bedroom is fairly large and the plants are located far from the bed. Have a wonderful weekend everyone! Images: Apartment Therapy ,  Capital Building , Design Milk






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