The principles of Feng Shui are intended to help us live a stress and clutter free life. Few of us have the time, resources or lifestyle to put together an entire house that complies with Feng Shui principles, but if there’s one room where Feng Shui is especially important, it is the bedroom. A Properly Feng Shui optimized bedroom will make it easier for you to relax and doze off each evening, and leave you feeling revitalized and ready to face the day when you wake up the next morning.
Feng Shui may seem like a complex subject, but the rules are easier to follow than you might think. The bedroom is an area that should be clutter free, and that should be designed around the focus of love and relationships. Keep the bedroom free of distractions, such as televisions and games consoles, and replace those items with pictures of your spouse, or someone who is incredibly important to you. Red, pink and other warming colors are a good choice for your decor. The bedroom should be light and airy during the day, but you should choose curtains heavy enough to block out all light during the evening.
Above all, make sure that you avoid the Feng Shui mistakes mentioned in this infographic. The fewer stresses and negative influences you have in your life, the better.