I would like to thank Diana Smith for sharing today’s post. I have never heard of these techniques until I read through this post. In fact, I never decorated my children’s nursery or bedroom. I have always left their room painted traditional white or off white. I did add pictures and other decorations around their room but I never thought to make sure that their room produced a calm feeling. If I had the chance to do it all over again, I would definitely use these tips and suggestions to make sure that my baby felt clam and relaxed in their own space.
Decorating your home by fallowing Feng Shui rules can do a lot for your baby. This 3000 year old style of interior design was developed in China to ensure that good energy fills the house. Feng shui literally means “wind and water” in Chinese language and in order for the energy to flow freely their practitioners believe that the home space must be arranged in a certain way. The baby’s room under the rules of Feng Shui can provide your child with a healthy and relaxing space to grow and develop.
The Location of the Baby’s Room in the House
Many people do not have many options when it comes to space. But if you can choose a location, decide for the ideal one. According to many Feng Shui professionals, the baby’s room should not be above the empty space such as a garage or a storage area. Also, try to avoid rooms that share a wall with a bathroom or a closet. The room should be in a part of the house that is relatively quiet, so that the baby is not disturbed by the excess noise. But above all, it is important that the room has large windows to provide enough light and the influx of fresh air. Remember to open the windows every day to ventilate the room.