Feng Shui Bedroom Colors For Couples

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Feng Shui Bedroom Colors For Couples

Feng Shui Consultant Ken Lauher
Have you ever wondered what are the best Feng Shui bedroom colors for a couple?

Bedroom colors can help you when you're single establish a long-term relationship but what should you look for once you're in the relationship and how should you design your bedroom to support your relationship, create an environment of communication, intimacy and great sex?

In today's episode of Ken Lauher TV, you'll hear from a reader who has found the partner that is right for her and they're moving into a new home together and want to create a great Feng Shui bedroom experience to support their goals and partnership.

Click play to discover the #1 best bedroom color for couples and other suggestions for the bedroom to create a stronger, more intimate relationship.

If you're in a relationship right now but you're starting to feel some strain, make sure you read these Feng Shui relationship tips. It works like magic.

I know today's topic is one that many of us can relate to and I'll bet you have stories, experiences and insights to share. In the comments below, I want to hear from YOU.

Specifically, let me know:

1. What colors do you have your bedroom walls painted?

2. Do you feel it adds value to your relationship or does it take away from your bedroom experience?

3. Do you feel calm, relaxed and at peace in your bedroom?

4. Is your bedroom conducive to the two words that both start with the letter "S"?

Of course, if you have other insights to share on creating a supportive and loving relationship,  I'd love to hear that too.

As always, thank you for reading, watching and contributing!

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How about bedroom colors for a 70 year old female that uses room for sleeping, computer, sewing....how do I go about to be relaxed and at peace. This is the only space I have plus the bathroom is in the same room. The kitchen door is the entry to "my house"(room) Ms Tovar
Posted @ Saturday, November 17, 2012 8:06 AM by Candelaria Rosalinda Tovar
Candelaria, Thank you for the comment. I personally would recommend a light green color scheme and color for the walls.  
You may wish to have a focal wall that you just paint green and leave the others white. Just because you wish to add color to the walls does not mean you need to paint all of the bedroom walls.
Posted @ Saturday, November 17, 2012 12:59 PM by Ken Lauher
Hi Ken i love your passion for feng shui, and i have taken on board your tips and recommendations for my space especially my bedroom. I have just decorated in ivory, it feels very bland and boring, and as i am single and just about to embark on dating i dont think im going to put the right ambience out there for me or my future partner, but im working on it! 
With all your wonderful inspirational tips on colour ideas and your passion im sure i will get it right 
best wishes 
Liz UK  
thanks ken
Posted @ Saturday, November 17, 2012 2:35 PM by Liz
1. Paint?! About 20 years ago the west wall of the "bedroom" became a bright cheerful yellow because I stuck yellow construction paper all over it to cover it. This was to bring in money because that was a significant challenge at the time. That wall is still covered with yellow paper. This room is my office, book storage and clothing storage without closets for the both of us. The futon is in here because I like sleeping next to the east facing window. The floor and ceiling are natural wood. (medium brown)Two walls are all shelves. One wall is all most all windows. The floor is covered with bags of books and papers. Less than 1% of the floor can be seen, the path to the bed. The room fits the pattern for relationship problems, eh? 
2. I fall asleep very quickly and sleep well. Dreams I remember seem to be very busy and involve a lot of people. 
3. Yes and no. I would like to be able to see more of the floor. I feel apprehensive about work because I dread having to look through all this stuff to find papers I need for classes.  
4. Conducive? Hardly. One s only. 
But I don't like the color pink.
Posted @ Sunday, November 18, 2012 6:19 AM by w. m.
to answer ur question ken  
currently our bedroom walls are eggshell white w white trim our curtains are burgandy and so as our bed set and our bed is cherry. currently my husband sleep on the living couch downstair our 3 yrs refuse to sleep in her pink and white room so i too have been nt sleeping either.... help?
Posted @ Monday, November 19, 2012 5:59 PM by chen
Is your husband sleeping on the couch because your 3 year old is sleeping in the bed and making it difficult to sleep? 
And as a result, you're not sleeping well either? 
You can ask your daughter why she does not like to sleep in her room but you will have to know that they longer the habit continues, the more difficult it will become to break the habit. Although, you could use lighter colors for your bedroom or a different color for your daughter's bedroom, I believe this may have to do more with your daughter sleeping in your bed. You may wish to review http://www.supernanny.co.uk/ tips and her book for kids to sleep in their own bed.  
For a more customized solution and recommendations, you may wish to schedule a 1-on-1 consultation where you'll be able to send me photos of your space and we will talk out each room and provide you with suggestions for your desired outcome.  
Visit http://www.kenlauher.com/ultimate-feng-shui-makeover-package/ to learn more.
Posted @ Tuesday, November 20, 2012 2:29 PM by Ken Lauher
Dear Ken: 
The headboard of my bed is on the north wall. Is this right or correct? Thanks for your answer.  
María de Jesús, from México.
Posted @ Tuesday, January 01, 2013 9:21 AM by María de Jesús
Hello Ken, 
My bedroom color is a very light grey. I'm not sure if the color or the bedroom layout is not making me feel as relaxed, because the bed is against the bathroom wall. I read somewhere that it is not good to have the bed against a wall with drainage (like the sink). Please let me know if you have any suggestions. 
Thank you!
Posted @ Saturday, February 09, 2013 7:02 AM by M.H.
Thank you for the video. At the moment my entire room is painted white called "Alabaster" and the window curtains are a soft tan (neutral color ) with a little shimmer. I have white mirrored modern furniture. I think I need that spark of color for the linens. Soft Blue is lovely and the soft blue room in your video reminded me of the feeling in my bedroom. On the walls I have beautiful black and white photos of my children, husband and myself from beach holidays and pleasant moments together. My room is so calming it just feels good, I love hanging out in there with my Himalayan salt lamp glowing pinkish orange - it's very peaceful.
Posted @ Thursday, March 21, 2013 9:11 PM by Angela
My bedroom is a pale minty green and the duvet is beige w/ a wide white and mint green stripe, I sleep well in bed with the master bath door closed, But and here is the big one-My spouse feels the need to fall asleep with the dreaded TV on- What suggestions would you give me to rectify the TV issue?
Posted @ Monday, January 27, 2014 2:51 PM by bev
I am very happy to hear the solution for my problem, i am sure feng shui will help me come out of struggle. I have been doing construction work, but was not able to success. It has been more then 3 years.
Posted @ Monday, March 24, 2014 12:25 PM by Kencho
Our bedroom color is light pink with a combination of purplish pink. My husband is so loving but we have sex very very seldom.
Posted @ Saturday, April 12, 2014 5:52 AM by Jeanette
Dear Ken, I have enjoyed your videos very much. I'm commenting on 2 things color of bedroom, and mirror in bedroom. I have combined 2 main colors in both, bedroom and kitchen/living room. Teal and Red the red is call red rust (main color of bedroom) and I love it. I have also used orange as a main accent, ie; bed spread, pillows and I just bought a painting that includes the colors and it lights up the room a bit. I don't have a problem with the red, and to my knowledge everyone else likes it too! I also have a mirrow (full length) and I love it as it is my (check me out) mirrow after I get dressed to go anywhere. Just wanted to see what you thought about this. Sincerely, Sandi Hopkins. 
Posted @ Tuesday, April 15, 2014 10:31 AM by Sandi
María de Jesús, 
On the right side of my blog is a search field. Type in "Command Position". This will share with you articles about the proper bed position.
Posted @ Tuesday, April 22, 2014 4:56 PM by Ken Lauher
M.H., Yes, you are correct in that the head of your bed should not be shared with the same wall as plumbing or that has a stove directly opposite the head. This can lead to health issues.
Posted @ Tuesday, April 22, 2014 4:57 PM by Ken Lauher
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Posted @ Thursday, April 24, 2014 3:53 AM by san
Thank you Ken very much. I am reorganizing my bedroom and my walls are cream color with white trim. I have blinds over my windows with shears only. Now I have a color pallet to work with and can begin shopping for window treatments, bedding and accent pieces. Thank you again.
Posted @ Friday, April 25, 2014 7:40 AM by Sharilyn
Sorry to hear about the lack of intimacy in your marriage. There can be several different reasons for this. It sounds like the colors in your bedroom are fine based on what you described. Typically, when there are challenges, it is not just one specific thing but several items leading to the challenge. I recommend a 1-on-1 consultation. That way you can send me photos and together, we can get on the phone to discuss what your photos reveal and what you can do to improve your situation.
Posted @ Monday, April 28, 2014 12:15 PM by Ken Lauher
I don't sell products as the majority are tourist junk that don't work. The best thing is to understand how the energy of your space flows, what is blocking the energy, opportunities and money. And then creating a plan to make that happen. You can dive deeper into learning Feng Shui my looking at my ebook. Or through a 1-on-1 consultation.
Posted @ Monday, April 28, 2014 12:17 PM by Ken Lauher
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