Picture Of A Bedroom

Picture Of A Bedroom

Search Add New Question If I have to choose between placing the bed on a metal bed frame or directly on the floor, which is typically the wiser decision? wikiHow Contributor I would say to keep your bed off the floor on a metal frame. Even though the frame is solid, you will still have energy flow underneath your bed, unlike if you left it either without a backboard or on the floor. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 1 Helpful 11 What should I do if I have windows on two of the bedroom walls? wikiHow Contributor You can get yourself some nice curtains, and decorate around the windows accordingly. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 8 Helpful 31 I have two doors in my apartment and mainly use the back door as a front door, so which is my main door? wikiHow Contributor The door that you actually use (in this case, your back door) should be treated as a “front door.” Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 14 Helpful 39 How do I arrange the nine areas of a bedroom so that the focus is on the love corner? wikiHow Contributor Declutter the area. Place red or fire element colors there. Add a painting/picture of a couple or animals or something that makes you feel love. Also, pair things, i.e. 2 pillows instead of 1 or 3, 2 candles or nightstands instead of 1, etc. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 7 Helpful 22 I have a beam above my bed and two doors, one we use and one that remains closed. What should I do? And, my room is light purple. Should I change it? wikiHow Contributor Treat the door you don’t use as a wall (like it’s not there) and move your bed accordingly if possible. Light purple isn’t bad but bring in other colors to help bring balance like yellow and dark purple accents with silver fixtures. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 12 If I have two doors in my bedroom, can I put my bed in front of one of the doors? wikiHow Contributor If you won’t be using that door, then yes you can. Also, if your family is okay with it, you could consider getting the door removed. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 20 Helpful 44 What can I place in a room to avoid negative energy from mirrors? wikiHow Contributor Place the mirror so that it doesn’t face your bed, such as placing it on the other side of the same wall that your bedhead rests against. You can hide the mirror as well, such as throwing a cloth over it or, if it’s on a dressing stand, flipping it around to face the wall during sleep. Inside a closet door that gets shut is another good place for it. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 19 Helpful 34 My room is extremely small. How do I make the best of the small space with a queen-size bed? wikiHow Contributor Avoid heavy frames. Go for a sleek headboard and foot board, or if you can, use the bed without either of those. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 23 Helpful 32 My bed will only fit under the window. What should I do now? wikiHow Contributor This is the same issue I have. I don’t think its a massive deal — just make sure you have blinds/curtains to stop the light disturbing your sleep. Ultimately, your room is supposed to be like a sanctuary, free from distractions and free from chaos. I think this can still be achieved, despite the location of the bed. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 1 Helpful 4 Can I have a mirror above the headboard of my bed? wikiHow Contributor No, that creates a very strong negative energy and you won’t be able to sleep well. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 0 Helpful 1 Show more answers
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Picture Of A Bedroom

The ancient Chinese method of Feng Shui helps us to balance our homes and create happier, more successful lives, room by room. We often turn our attention to the bedroom, the sanctuary where we can rest and recharge. Having the proper Feng Shui in the bedroom can help your romantic life as well as your ability to rest and to feel in control. You have to know how to keep the chi flowing, and how to deflect any negative energy that may enter your room — and your life. If you want to know how to Feng Shui your bedroom, just see Step 1 to get started.
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Picture Of A Bedroom

Make sure the bed is positioned as far from the door as possible. Place the bed in the area further from the door or diagonally from the door, but not in line with the door. In other words, you want to be able to see the door while in bed, but not be aligned with the door. Be it the bedroom door, the door to the balcony/patio, the bathroom door or your closet doors, you do not want your bed in line with any of the doors in your bedroom, or too much chi will flow towards the bed. Ideally, the bed can be diagonally positioned from the door, jutting out from the opposite corner. Having your bed positioned too close to the door can lead you to get startled by surprises that may come your way. The further you are from the door, the more prepared you’ll be for what may come. This is the same reason why the bedroom should be as far from the door as possible. However, ideally, when you wake up, the door should be in your direct line of vision, or close to it, so you feel that you have control over your life.
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Include pastel colors to add peace and restfulness to your bedroom. At the end of the day, the most important thing is that you can feel calm in your own bedroom and to get a good night’s sleep. Having light, soft, and pastel colors throughout your bedroom can add to your serenity and peace of mind. Here are some colors you can use: Light blue Light pink Light green Light purple
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Make sure your bedroom isn’t too crowded. Keep your bedroom as spare and simple as possible. Don’t add extra chairs, lamps, or pictures to your bedroom if you’re not sure whether or not they are really necessary. The more stuff you have in there, the more difficult it may be to find balance.
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Get rid of any clutter. To have optimal Feng Shui in your bedroom, you have to get rid of any extra papers, trash, old trinkets, silly photos, useless gifts, or really just anything you don’t really need in there. If you have too much sentimental attachment to some of the items, you can put them in storage or another room, but work on minimizing the stuff you really need in your bedroom. Having a spare and uncluttered bedroom will lead to an uncluttered and fulfilling life.
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Picture Of A Bedroom

How do I arrange the nine areas of a bedroom so that the focus is on the love corner? wikiHow Contributor Declutter the area. Place red or fire element colors there. Add a painting/picture of a couple or animals or something that makes you feel love. Also, pair things, i.e. 2 pillows instead of 1 or 3, 2 candles or nightstands instead of 1, etc. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 7 Helpful 22
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A girl’s bedroom doesn’t have to be pink and frilly to be feminine. HGTV fan angelineguido used greens, blues, browns and a splash of orange to design this eclectic teenage girl’s bedroom. The bright colors and bold patterns are well balanced and make the space feel girly and fun but not too fussy.
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Red may be an unconventional color for a bedroom, but if done well, it’s a strong style statement. HGTV fan innerworksdesign energized this bedroom with a red accent wall and carried the color up to the tray ceiling. Black, contemporary furniture is a striking contrast.
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A red bedroom can be dramatic and striking, but it can also be soft and inviting. When red walls are combined with plush, white bedding and sepia-toned artwork, this bedroom oozes with romance and passion. Design by Marie Burgos.
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A bedroom should be a place that beckons you to relax and unwind; a muted color palette is a perfect fit. In this master bedroom, subdued browns, greens and grays help create a serene sleeping space. Design by Rate HGTV fan Monica5113.
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Place grounding and balanced energy on both sides of the bed. Place two nightstands on either side of the bed to create balance while you sleep. Ideally, you can also place the same lamp on both nightstands, to add some soft lighting to your bedroom. This balance is important for keeping you centered, and especially for maintaining equality in a relationship if you share the bedroom with your partner. Ideally, the nightstands should be round instead of square to cut the chi energy that may be directed toward you, which can also be thought of as the “poison arrows.”
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Keep your bed far away from any TVs, desks, or other distractions. Ideally, you should move your desk and television out of your bedroom, so the bedroom truly becomes a place where you can rest and relax. However, we all have limited space, so if you do have a television or a desk in your room, position it as far from your bed as possible to not get in the way of the bed’s positive energy. If you can, drape a light scarf or blanket over the TV or desk, or even cover it up with a Japanese folding closet to create even more space.