Bedrooms are one of the most important rooms in Feng Shui. It is the place where you literally spend eight or more hours a day (well, if you are lucky enough to sleep regularly), and is a place of rest, relaxation and rejuvenation. Yes...rejuvenation! When at rest, your body is busy repairing all those cells in your body, and those cells help keep you healthy and disease-free. So, you can see how important it is to "Feng Shui your bedroom". Doing this entails keeping clutter out, keeping the room, bedding and such clean, personalizing your space, listening to your intuition, moving exercise equipment, computers, electronics and TVs to another area (yep, these do not belong in bedrooms), and keeping the air quality high via air purifiers or at least making sure there is no mold present. Watch for mold in potted plants, too much moisture in the soil is the perfect breeding ground for mold. So, this being said, I've found some bedroom visuals that demonstrate good bedroom Feng Shui.
Although some of these rooms may need some minor tweaking and personalization; they do not have any major Feng Shui flaws. Stay tuned for more Feng Shui bedroom posts to further explore this area. Happy Monday and Happy Ch'i, Dana