Feng Shui Bedroom Colors For Couples

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!

P.S. If you want additional guidance from me to help you set up your home for love, peace, harmony, abundance and more, get started today >>
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(By the way, on page 61 of my eBook I share another FABULOUS tip about how to Feng Shui For Love. This one tip corrects a deadly mistake almost EVERY woman makes with relationships - you’ll see what I mean…)

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