Baby Room Feng Shui Ionia MI

For a feeling of security, place furniture you and baby will rest in (crib and rocking chair, for instance) against solid walls with clear views of the door, but not directly facing the door.

Jensina Group
(810) 603-9538
11225 South Saginaw St. Suite 13
Grand Blanc, MI

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Art & Interiors Design Group Llc
(269) 429-7324
2603 Cleveland Avenue
St. Joseph, MI

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Ann Gilbert
(586) 291-2430
54107 Ego Dr.
Macomb, MI
Specialties
Residential,Home Staging

iContact Designs
(248) 584-0007
23940 Woodward Ave.
Pleasant Ridge, MI
 
Interiors By Bonnie
(810) 629-7881
701 N Leroy St. Fenton
Fenton, MI
 
Macksey Interior Design Llc
(248) 620-5260
6 & 14 North Main Street
Clarkston, MI

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Interior Development
(734) 996-4222
1000 Forest Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI
 
Vogue Interiors Design Center
(231) 744-9572
2045 Holton Rd. N
Muskegon, MI
 
Iridescence Inc
(616) 459-6421
77 Monroe Center NW #408 Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Jordan Interiors
(734) 971-9475
1553 King George Blvd. Ann Arbor
National, MI
 
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Feng Shui Tips for Baby's Room

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In their book, The Peaceful Nursery: Preparing a Home for Your Baby With Feng Shui (Bantam Dell, 2006), authors Laura Forbes Carlin and Alison Forbes offer suggestions for creating a happy, welcoming space for your new child.

Put the nursery toward the middle or back of the house if you can. Rooms located toward the back of the house have a more peaceful energy. Those in the front, on the other hand, have the lively, active energy associated with the entry to the house.
Choose the right color. Don‘t feel constrained by traditional nursery motifs. Imagine yourself in the room with the baby, and try to visualize the color you‘d like to see. Some good color choices: blue (promotes relaxation), pink (encourages love for self and others), green (signifies serenity and growth), pale yellow (uplifts and offers clarity), and lavender (represents spirituality, calmness).
Cleanse the energy. Before baby comes home, cleanse stagnant energy from the room using one or more of these tools.

∗ Smoke—Light sandlewood incense or a sage bundle and wave it around the room.

∗ A bell—Ring a bell in the corners of the room, letting the sound resonate and disperse stuck energy.

∗ Essential oils—Mist the room with a mix of lemon essential oil and water.

Place furniture securely. For a feeling of security, place furniture you and baby will rest in (crib and rocking chair, for instance) against solid walls with clear views of the door, but not directly facing the door.

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