USING INTERIOR DESIGN WITH FENG SHUI TO CREATE THE BEST BEDROOM: PART 5 – TIPS & TABOOS TO AVOID
Part 5 – TIPS & TABOOS TO AVOID
Don’t hang anything over the head of the bed as we are always aware even whilst sleeping that the item could fall off the wall at any time and land on us! Therefore, we do not get a proper night’s sleep, each night making us more and more exhausted until we remove the item from over the head of the bed. Avoid storing things under the bed – the energy whilst sleeping must circulate properly around and under the bed, and be harnessed by the sleeper in order for them to feel rested and rejuvenated when they awake.
Mirrors should not be present in bedrooms as they drain energy from the room and disturb sleep, creating a tendency to wake up tired and not rested. And do not hang wind chimes in bedrooms as these will disturb the energy and prevent a good night’s sleep too. Finally, avoid water features, plants and crystals in bedrooms as none of these are conducive to a good night’s sleep and in turn will create other feng shui problems for the occupants of the house. Choose furniture with rounded edges avoiding tall bulky items as these are threatening and give the impression they will fall forward and cause injury. All protruding corners of walls should be covered with wooden mouldings to soften the edges. No sharp angles should face towards a bed or a cot or the door leading into the room.
For children’s rooms place loving photographs of parents and other family members in the room and use lots of soft toys. For master bedrooms, position a photo of you both showing a happy couple so that it is seen first thing in the morning and last thing at night.
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