It’s your bedroom – the sanctuary of your home so decorate it with the best feng shui for your soul. Here’s some ShopRTO tips to help make that happen.
First of all, build the right bed! No used mattresses. Buy or rent to own one. It’s the best investment you’ll ever make. When shopping for your mattress there are many to choose from so make sure you pick the right one. How? Go to a store and lie down on them. Take your shoes off. Lie on your side, back and sit up as if you were reading a book or watching a movie. That’s the only way you’ll make sure. And if people are around watching you with a disapproving look then wink at them and see what happens.
The bed needs to be the right height. Good rule of thumb is your feet should be touching the floor naturally when sitting on the bed. This rule, though, can be compromised due to bed design. The new modern look has lowered and sleeker beds while some are going for the kingly higher beds through thicker mattresses for a more comfortable feel and royal look. Some beds are height adjustable. If you want to be safe, literally. Stick with the first rule that the feet should be touching the floor comfortably when sitting on the bed.
The bedframe needs to have a headboard. The corners where the legs are need to be rounded or covered so as not to harm the legs if you accidentally bump into them.
The bedroom feng shui begins with the windows and door. The bed should be as far away as the door as possible and not in alignment. The bed needs to be flat against the wall and with enough balanced space on both sides.
The windows should not be crowded around unless they are plants. The light and wind rays need to have room to flow. Have as few electronics as possible and give closets enough space to be able to use while also being able to hide with proper closet doors. The best way to work with feng shui is to see how easy it is to walk from the windows to the door.
By the way, this is the first time we’ve used the word “Feng Shui” so no rolling your eyes. We’re still about affordable home furnishings for the average, every-day Joe with a touch of enlightenment.