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4 Guidelines to Follow For Feng Shui Bedroom

Blox Social
Posted on
Jun 19, 2023

What is the most important thing to consider when you are designing or arranging your bedroom? For some, it is the aesthetics. For others, it is the convenience and comfort of the space. Yet, there is another element that one should consider: the energy of the bedroom. How do you do that? By designing a Feng shui bedroom.

Since Feng shui is based on the idea that everything in the universe has energy, or chi, and that this energy can be influenced by the way we arrange our surroundings, one can use it to their advantage during your bedroom setup. Feng shui can be applied to any area of our lives, but one of the most important places to practice it is in our bedroom. The bedroom is where we rest, relax, and recharge our energy, so it is essential to create a peaceful and comfortable environment that supports our well-being. 

So, how do you achieve the perfect Feng shui bedroom? Here are 4 guidelines to follow. 

  • Choose a good location for your bed

The bed is the focal point of your bedroom, so you want to place it in a position that gives you a sense of security and stability. Avoid placing your bed directly in line with the door, as this can create a feeling of vulnerability and exposure. Instead, place your bed diagonally across from the door or in a corner that allows you to see the door but not be directly in front of it. This way, you can have a clear view of who is entering your room but also have some protection from unwanted energy.

  • Keep your headboard against a solid wall

The headboard represents your support system and your connection to your past and your ancestors. Having a solid wall behind your headboard can give you a sense of stability and strength, as well as protect you from any negative energy that might come from behind you. Avoid placing your headboard against a window, as this can make you feel exposed and restless. Also, avoid placing your headboard against a wall that has plumbing pipes or electrical wires running through it, as this can disrupt your sleep quality and affect your health.

  • Clear the clutter under your bed

The space under your bed is not meant for storage, as it can block the flow of chi and create stagnant energy in your bedroom. Having clutter under your bed can also affect your subconscious mind and cause you to have bad dreams or nightmares. To create a clear and open space under your bed, remove any items that are not necessary or useful, such as old clothes, shoes, books, or boxes. If you need to store some things under your bed, make sure they are organised and contained in baskets or bins and that they are not touching the floor or the sides of the bed.

  • Balance the elements in your bedroom

Feng shui is based on the five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. Each element has its own qualities and characteristics, and they need to be balanced in order to create harmony and balance in your bedroom. To balance the elements in your bedroom, you can use colours, shapes, materials, and objects that represent each element. For example:

  • Wood: Wood represents growth, vitality, and creativity. You can use green or blue colours, rectangular shapes, wooden furniture or accessories, plants or flowers, or images of nature to bring wood element into your bedroom.
  • Fire: Fire represents passion, warmth, and excitement. You can use red or purple colours, triangular shapes, candles or lamps, animal prints or fur, or images of fire or sunsets to bring fire element into your bedroom.
  • Earth: Earth represents stability, nourishment, and comfort. You can use yellow or brown colours, square shapes, ceramic or clay items, rugs or carpets, or images of landscapes or mountains to bring earth element into your bedroom. 
  • Metal: Metal represents clarity, logic, and efficiency. You can use white or grey colours, circular shapes, metallic items or accessories, mirrors or crystals, or images of stars or clouds to bring metal elements into your bedroom. 
  • Water: Water represents fluidity, emotion, and intuition. You can use black or dark blue colours, wavy shapes, glass items or accessories, aquariums or fountains, or images of waterfalls or oceans to bring water elements into your bedroom.


By following the above-mentioned guidelines to a T, you can create the perfect Feng shui bedroom. Of course, you can further improve it by using soft lighting and soothing colours such as pastels, neutrals or earth tones; keeping it clean and fresh at all times; and adding some personal touches to the space.