Feng Shui Colors for Attracting Love

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Feng Shui Colors for Attracting Love


Feng Shui Colors

Whether you’re looking to attract love or maintain a strong relationship, Feng Shui can play a large role. The layout, design, décor and even color scheme in your bedroom can affect your love life.

Here are some colors, depending on your personal tastes and relationship goals, which may work well in a bedroom.

Greens – Green is a color of nature and rejuvenation, making it perfect for a restful night’s sleep. It also represents hope and newness – good for attracting a new love. If your intention is romance, however, incorporate deeper accent colors of maroon or red.

Blue – Like green, blue is a tranquil color, making it good for sleep and relaxation.

Peach – If you are seeking love, peach is a good color for the bedroom, as it attracts social opportunities.

Pink – Pink is considered one of the best Feng Shui colors for a bedroom. It combines the fiery romance of the color red, with the metal element in the color white. Pink is the color of true love and lasting romance, and is often recommended for newlyweds.

Red – While painting bedroom walls red will activate too much chi and add too much fire element to the space, red accents can increase passion. Red sheets or blankets are recommended to spice up a love life.

Whatever colors you select, if you want to attract a partner make sure your bedroom isn’t too masculine or too feminine. The space should be welcoming to a partner of the opposite sex. Even a pink bedroom can look classy and gender-neutral, without a lot of frills and lace.

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I LOVE the bedroom in this photo! Every detail works together. It's the perfect sanctuary! 
I may put it on my vision board... except I think I'd go for the same layout with the colors leaning more toward mauve w/ deep blue accents, since I am already happily married.
Posted @ Tuesday, February 02, 2010 10:18 AM by Dawn
When I saw the photo of the bedroom, All I could say was wow. The color of my bedroom is more like amethyst. Which I'm not looking for romance at this time anyway. I'm looking more for peace and a good nites sleep. Thanks for the nice tip. Keep them coming our way. Rita
Posted @ Tuesday, February 02, 2010 9:36 PM by Rita
I'm confused, what I knew was that color in feng shui depends on the orientation of the room, and on your personal datas...not on goals or taste...
Posted @ Wednesday, February 03, 2010 12:27 AM by Tanja
Tanja, there are many different ways to look at color. You can add color for where your chi is currently and make adjustments such as the colors you wear in your clothing. Or the colors on the walls depending on if you're seeking a relationship and then may change once you're in a relationship as is the suggestion for Peach and peach blossom luck. Also, each area in a room is associated with a element and color but I don't usually try to add specific colors for each area in a bedroom as this creates additional balance and what a person typically wants is to find a relationship or strengthen a relationship. As a result, we empower and activate certain areas through colors and other methods. The tips above is a general suggestion overall for the bedroom and can have a great impact just from making these simple adjustments.
Posted @ Wednesday, February 03, 2010 9:54 PM by Ken Lauher
My room walls color is a very light brown, like khaki pants color not beige with white ceiling and borders, also my bedroom set only comes with one nightstand, is this good or I'm in trouble if I'm looking for love ?
Posted @ Saturday, February 06, 2010 9:46 AM by Sexy
Ken and/or others, could you please publish or forward the names of paints used in this beautiful peach design of yours. I've been looking at paint for weeks and this color just jumped off the page! Thank you! Jennifer, Indianpolis
Posted @ Saturday, February 06, 2010 3:52 PM by Jennifer
What about the color mauve if it is not too dark?
Posted @ Tuesday, February 09, 2010 10:43 PM by Diana
The color in the photo above almost looks like a pumpkin color. It shows beautifully in this photo. I would be interested in the names of the colors of the walls and trim (and the maker). Thank you!
Posted @ Wednesday, February 17, 2010 1:02 PM by Kris
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