5 Things You DO Want in Your Bedroom
As promised, to follow my earlier post 5 Things You DON’T Want in Your Bedroom, here are the 5 Things You DO Want to put special attention towards, to enhance the Partnership feng shui of your bedroom.
1. A Headboard
In feng shui symbolism, headboards represent support – that someone’s got your back. Make sure yours is solid (no bars/gaps), representing solidity in your support for one another.
2. Equally-Proportioned Night Stands
As headboards have symbolism, so do nightstands. Making sure that you have two – and that they’re relatively close to the same size is important symbolism of your partnership being equal. If you only have one, or one is significantly smaller, it represents an inequity in your relationship.
3. Luxurious Bedding
Don’t just throw any old ratty thing over the bed – in order to feel “in the mood”, you need sensual cues around you. Indulge your senses with a fluffy comforter, the softest sheets and comfy pillows.
4. Artwork Depicting Pairs
Provided that you display artwork at all in the bedroom (for some it’s the last room they put energy into decorating, which is dangerous) make sure your pieces depict pairs, as opposed to single things – like a solitary woman, animal or object. Paintings, sculptures and decorative objects with two reinforce the energy of partnership.
5. Candles & Other Romantic Touches
Candles are a no-brainer when it comes to enhancing a bedroom’s romance potential. But also consider incorporating things that have special romantic associations for you as a couple – photographs or mementos of a trip the two of you took, a painting of your dream vacation spot. Or enhance the romantic feel with a certain paint color, lighting, curtains, rug or other finishes.
This is your domain. Pull it together to represent – and fulfill – what you desire.