Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Interior Design Ideas - Incorporating Feng Shui Part IIII

Making your house welcoming and warm is a top priority to any homeowner. We’ve covered some quick tips to implement Feng Shui in your home, as well as covered how to make the most important room in your home, the living room, more guest-friendly without sacrificing the family space.  We try to incorporate several elements into interior design - and making them comfortable and stylish is often the biggest challenge.

But what about your bedroom? Few guests see this special room, but it can be argued that this is the most sacred room in any house. So could Feng Shui be helpful there? Absolutely.

First off, use a headboard. This design element can be one of the most overlooked elements of a beautiful bedroom. Materials to look for are warm and friendly, like wood or leather. Line up the headboard in the middle of a wall, so that equal space are given for both people to enter and leave the bed.

Colors in bedrooms are equally important, so use warm colors like reds, oranges, dark greens and browns to create a more comfortable atmosphere. Spice up the romance in the room by adding artwork in pairs to reinforce the sacredness of a room for two special people.

See some examples of beautiful bedrooms in our Dallas furniture showroom. If you’re going to have a TV, computer or other electronic device in the bedroom, follow the same principles laid out in the living room: hide them when not in use.

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