How to Feng Shui a Room

If you want to learn how to feng shui s a room, there are some key elements to consider. Changing the height of a bed, the location of the furniture, art on the walls, and the direction of a mirror are all examples of important changes to make. These changes can help your bedroom feel more harmonious and help you get a good night’s sleep.

Changing the height of a bed

Changing the height of a bed to better the feng shui in a bedroom is a relatively simple way to create a more conducive sleeping space. This basic feng shui principle involves avoiding having the bed’s height completely match the vantage point of the bedroom door. Aim for an 80 percent or higher alignment with the doorway.

If possible, place the headboard flush against the wall. If the ceilings are too low, add some floor molding to create a small separation between the wall and the bed. In addition, keep the bedroom door closed. The best headboards are solid wood frames with multiple panels. Likewise, do not opt for beds with built-in shelves or bars. The height of the bed should be approximately equal to the height of the surrounding area.

Changing the height of a bed to increase feng shui in a bedroom is relatively simple and inexpensive. To achieve the optimal feng shui in a room, make sure the head of the bed is directly in line with a wall or door. If this isn’t possible, you can position a mirror on the wall next to the door to allow the bed to face the door without causing the door to appear to be an obstacle.

Changing the height of a bed

Changing the position of furniture

One of the basic principles of Feng Shui involves the commanding position of furniture. This rule relates to the position of the bed and other major furniture. A bed or desk should face the door without being directly in line with it, so that the owner can see it from the side. This rule also applies to desks. They should not be placed directly in front of a door, which exposes the occupants to negative energy.

Changing the position of furniture in a room is one way to improve feng shui in tense areas. The sofa in the living room is often placed facing the television. If possible, place it in another location to better focus on family. For example, placing the desk opposite a window can improve your career prospects. In addition, good energy from the window can make customers call you more often, and it can also increase your self-esteem.

Changing the position of furniture

Changing the location of art on the wall

Changing the location of art on the walls can improve the feng shui of a room. Place artwork on the opposite wall to the item it will be hanging over. If you have a large piece of artwork on the opposite wall, make sure it is centered. This is important in feng shui, because placing art too low will lower the qi of the room.

Artwork with positive energy is best for the north wall of your living room. Pictures of happy people and nature scenes are ideal for this wall. Avoid artwork depicting violent images and single people. You can also avoid pictures of your family or pets. If you are not sure what types of artwork will suit your personality, you can always consult a professional. For example, you may want to hang a painting depicting the sunrise or a beach scene, since they represent the east and the west, respectively.

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Changing the direction of a mirror

According to the feng shui philosophy, a mirror’s position should be either East, Southeast, or North. It is also wise to place a mirror that represents a different material element in the room. For example, wood represents wealth, fire represents fame, and earth represents love, marriage, and spiritual growth. Metal, on the other hand, represents a useful person, travel, and career.

Regardless of how your mirror is placed in a room, adjusting the direction of a mirror can have a positive or negative effect on the energy flow of the entire space. If you hang a mirror in a sunny area, it will add more light, thus increasing the feeling of space in that space. In addition, mirrors can attract good feng shui. A mirror facing a window or hanging in a room that lacks natural light is also a great way to improve the feng shui of a room.

In addition, mirrors facing the entrance or gate are not advisable. The opposite of a mirror is also a no-no. Mirrors that face the entrance should be kept away from the kitchen, as this will deflect negative energy. The opposite is true for the kitchen. For a healthy and prosperous home, a mirror facing the entrance or main door should be avoided.

Mirror in bedroom feng shui

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About the Author: Nick Chen

I am a passionate Feng Shui master, specializing in the ancient Chinese art of harmonizing and balancing energy within one's environment.