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Re ale10n's comment about Feng Shui your bedroom. I am very interested and thought about the bedrooms I have slept in (not holidays). How come the architects have designed rooms where the best place for the btoom of the bed is directly in front of the door or beside the door? And all the plugs for bedside lights (electronics) are beside the bedhead and they suggest your bed is no where near the bathroom door so en suites are out. Tricky?

   
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deborah eade

C it may not be possible to Feng Shui a bedroom. I chose mine because it overlooks the Alps – the main reason we chose our home 23 years ago. It's tiny, though, so I need the storage under my bed, and could if I really wanted see it in the mirror. Plus, with age, I appreciate the decision to create an adjoining bathroom. Yes, I must do more to organise books and hide or get rid of stuff, but couldn't read with red or blue lighting - plus, blue is associated with police or ambulances and red lights with ... Ultimately I think we all make the best of what we have and whatever works, more or less, is fine!

   
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mona rathindranath

Great article.

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