The view from your bed influences your view of the world. It's what you see first thing in the morning and the last thing at night. Couples who share the same view in the bedroom share the same view in life. Make it a beautiful, romantic one. Shut, or screen bathroom or closet doors, and create serene views with pleasing art, furniture and plants. Avoid busy, chaotic or sad art.
This picture below is what we see in the morning. The glass bowl with the bird was a wedding present to my parents and carries with it romantic memories.
Choose your furnitute carefully. Do the pieces carry "downer" or happy memories? Surround yourself with only the most positive memories.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Master bedrooms are better when they are cozy and romantic. No matter how big your bedroom is, create areas where you can feel nestled, completely secure and sheltered from the world. A study concluded that the larger the master bedrooms the greater the divorce rate.
Make sure that the art in your bedroom is romantic, and that the view from your bed (the first thing you see when you get up) is absolutely wonderful. The art should be something that both partners find very pleasing so that they can share the same point of view.
It is also important that televisions are placed behind closed doors when not being viewed. The energy they create reduces sleep as well as romance. Placing them in an armoire with closing doors, or covering it with a decorative cloth are wonderful solutions.