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5 Ways To Better Wealth Starting With Your Bedroom
Before moving into their new pads, many homeowners are particular about the feng shui of their rooms, especially in the bedroom where one spends a considerable amount of time for relaxation. Feng shui after all is said to help us balance our homes and create happier, more successful lives. In the bedroom, the right feng shui brings on a harmonious flow of serenity and yes, even sensual energy.
Want to know what feng shui strategies will turn your bedroom into the sanctuary of your dreams? Here are five simple tips you can follow, as seen in these real-life bedrooms.
Interior Designer: Box Creative
Location: Waldorf Tower, Mont Kiara
Feng Shui Tip: Have a solid headboard
From a practical point of view, a solid headboard – just like in this bedroom – will ensure that you have a sound, peaceful sleep as it serves as a wall to insulate you from the outside world. In terms of feng shui, it is a great way to create a harmonious flow of chi energy and is considered to provide additional strength and support.
Interior Designer: Q1 Interior Concepts Sdn Bhd
Feng Shui Tip: Windows for natural lighting and fresh air
A bedroom that is flushed with floor to ceiling windows is the best in terms of feng shui energy. This bedroom is the perfect example of this – not only will the homeowner receive plenty of good natural lighting in his room during the day, there will also be a constant flow of fresh air to keep the room clean and airy. You cannot have good feng shui in your bedroom if the air you breathe is stale so make sure to always air your room whenever possible.
Interior Designer: Design Integra
Location: Kenanga Residence
Feng Shui Tip: Good feng shui lighting
What exactly is good feng shui lighting? One that creates an intimate, warm and healing atmosphere. Good lighting after all creates a strong manifestation of energy, which is rule number one in feng shui. Take this bedroom for example. Downlights create a soft, romantic ambience while spotlights give it a sense of energy. If possible, try to include candles as they not only omit the energy but also instantly make your room more calming. Just make sure your candles are toxin-free.
Interior Designer: Oriwise Sdn Bhd
Feng Shui Tip: No mirrors
Mirrors in bedrooms are often considered as bad feng shui. Having a mirror in your bedroom can create insomnia, especially if it reflects the bed. It also brings unwanted inteference in the relationship in marital homes. So keep your bedroom mirror-free, like what this homeowner did. Or if you must have mirrors, make sure they are positioned discretely to deflect the bad chi.
Interior Designer: Quest Designs
Location: II Hampshire
Feng Shui Tip: Clear the clutter
The ideal bedroom when it comes to feng shui? One that is relatively clutter-free, just like this bedroom! From a feng shui perspective, clutter represents unfinished business and refrains you from moving on in life. So whenever possible, keep the furnishing in your bedroom on the minimalist side – take cue from this homeowner whose bedroom is relatively free from any other furniture except a sturdy bed. Don’t use the space under your bed as storage either – this will only block energy and lead to stagnation in life.Get connected with an interior designer who will be able to guide you in your interior journey. If you are looking to renovate soon, you can also request for a complimentary quote request and get started. Download our free app today for more ideas, tips and cost guide - available on the App Store and Google Play.