A Romantic Boudoir

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In keeping with the recent celebrations of the month of love, I decided to talk about this romantic boudoir.  A bedroom must ooze with warmth and comfort for it is here that we are at complete rest and therefore should be our sanctuary.

We have used shades of black, whites and grey as the dominant colours and added red for warmth.  A perfect blend of masculine and feminine attributes to appeal to both inhabitants of the this room.  For depth and character we used a host of textures with the embossed quilt as well as the snow white fur carpet as well as the textured wall covering.  We have created a modern look for this rather quaint room, and aspired to create the illusion of space.  The soft light on the bedside is dual functioning, for light night reading as well as a softer, romantic look.

From a distance this looks just like a beautiful creation however, when you look closer you will find an infusion of East & West by applying the principles of Feng Shui.  In Feng Shui, we aspire to create balance and harmony.  The first thing we do is remove clutter and unnecessary electronic devices.  We get creative by using under bed storage containers as a storage space. It’s also a great idea to use dual-purpose furniture pieces and to use smart organizers in your wardrobe to make use of all the space inside.  This activates stagnant energy as well as creates space in the room.  To activate positive energy like we have done here, you can also add flowers to a nice vase above the nightstand to provide the room a natural look.

The low bedroom furniture pieces is ideal in this room to keep its peaceful and tranquil look. The walls and surfaces are simple and delicate in-line with the aesthetics of a romantic boudoir.  We have introduced the colour red into the design to add warmth and depth.  It is the colour of passion and fire ideal for that of a bedroom.   The bed is the focal point of the room, keep it away from the window and door to open them easily. Instead, you can adjust it facing the door or in the corner to be the focal point.  The rest of your bedroom furniture pieces around the bed keeping most of the floor space free.

This here is an illustration of how we use an ancient practice into modern day living.  To the naked eye, it is just creative decorating but to the trained eye of Feng Shui, it is the perfect combination of colour, texture and decorative pieces to create the balance of energy so that we achieve In Perfect Harmony