Feng Shui Bed
According to feng shui, having a view of the door from bed without being too close to it gives a sense of safety and is conducive to relaxation and sleep. The foot of the bed shouldn't point toward the door either. This is known as the "coffin" position and puts the bed in the main path of traffic.
The first and most important step in bedroom feng shui is orienting the bed properly in relationship to the door. Look at the bedrooms below. These beds show typical types of placement, but each has a different impact on the sleeper. Below is an analysis of the impacts on each sleeper. Bed 1. This has the optimal feng shui placement.
Applying Feng Shui to Your Bed 1 Have a solid headboard. The best Feng Shui headboards are the ones that are solid and made from wood, or the upholstered ones, as they have a very good combination of solid, but also gentle and supporting Feng Shui energy for you and your bedroom.
One very important element in Feng Shui is positioning. Because beds are the center of the room in Feng Shui, it should be accessible from both sides of the bed, especially for couples. In this way, the Chi of the room and your relationship will be kept in balance. Also, beds should not be placed parallel to the bedroom door.
Optimal feng shui bedroom colors. To choose the best feng shui colors for your bedroom, Odle recommends having the space professionally evaluated. However, avoiding primary colors—in particular reds, purples, blues, and black—is a good rule of thumb.
The ancient art of feng shui involves arranging objects in a room in relation to the flow of natural energy. Feng shui experts believe that the correct placement and color of items can bring about