PEACEFUL HOMES THANKS TO FENG SHUI…

AT THE END OF A HECTIC DAY, YOU LOOK FOR A SANCTUARY. NOW, YOU CAN CREATE A PEACEFUL ENVIRONMENT AT HOME THANKS TO FENG SHUI. HERE ARE OUR TIPS TO DECORATE A PEACEFUL HOME…

Our homes are special places to us since we rest and find peace in them. Sometimes, a few mistakes made while decorating them might cause us discomfort. It is possible to create a peaceful ambience at home according to feng shui. How are we supposed to do that?
Here is the answer:

CHILD’S ROOM
Create an environment that supports sleeping in peace and quiet by painting the walls in warm pastel tones. Free the room from action figure toys at nights. Place your family photos in the room so your child feels safe. Cover the mirrors in your child’s room, if there are any, to enable a comfortable sleep, because mirrors keep the room awake. If your children are sharing the same room, decorate separate corners for each of them such as shelf, desk, or closet. This way you will be teaching them to respect each other’s privacy.

GUEST ROOM
Prepare a cozy and comfortable room just like the other rooms in your house. Keep the door to this room always open. Visit this room time to time; open its windows; let the fresh air in. Do not let yourself turn this room into storage. Keep it clean.

LIVING ROOM
If you’d like to create an active energy in your living room, you should use warm colors such as yellow and orange. If you use red heavily, this might cause serious arguments and trouble between the family members. Separating furniture each other has the energy circulate freely and makes the ambience more comfortable. You can choose pastel colors for the rooms that you’d like to rest in them and warm colors to create fun environments.

BED SITTING ROOM
Get rid of dolls, exercise pillows, or stuffed animal toys that give the feeling of the bed is occupied. Don’t keep art works that represent loneliness in the room. Instead, use art works that represent plurality, flowers, and couples. Place candles, vases, and books in couples at the far right end of the room. This space is the love and marriage corner of your room. Pretend as if you are sharing the room by placing bedside stands and lamps on the two sides of the bed.

BEDROOM
Your bedroom should be a large room located at the rear part of your house. It should be free of ‘active’ furniture such as desk, computer, and exercise equipment. If you must keep them in your bedroom, then place them as far from your bed as you can, and keep them covered when they are not in use. Place your bed where you can see the door and away from the window where it is drafty or it might be too eventful to have a peaceful area. Choose comfortable furniture with no pointy corners. Remove everything placed under your bed. The ‘chi’ (vital force of life) of the things under your bed affects you all night. Use warm colors, romantic music, soft linens, and scented candles to create a warm and romantic ambience. Use wide and attractive bedside stands.