New blog post over at Purodeco Feng Shui, this time about feng shui bedroom. We spend a third of our life in our bedroom. It’s the space we wake up in and it’s the last space we see before retiring to sleep. The bedroom is one of the most important rooms in our home and should inspire, uplift us and bring peace.
Nature is coming alive and the colours seem to intensify with each passing day. The colours in the summer interiors are like the nature; vibrant and intense. Bring the nature inside with summery colours if you want to celebrate this wonderful time of the year. If you need to cool down, use light and smooth pastels. In Norway we are not always used to enjoying warm summers so I prefer a mix of both!
I love sharing feng shui knowledge and wisdom. On my Norwegian feng shui website you’ll get a mix of feng shui & interior, based on my personal experience for my family and my work as a feng shui consultant. My intention with this site is to make feng shui easily understandable for all, without departing from the authentic feng shui fundamentals.
This post is long overdue. All my time has been spent with my family and Feng Shui studies lately. My mind has not been set on Purodeco blogging. Except for a few posts about Norwegian design of course. It has been a long happy summer with a lot’s of quality time with my sweeties, reading my Feng Shui books, lots of sun, fresh air and just relaxing. Ahead you will find a lots of good design, interior and a bit of Feng Shui here on Purodeco.
Here at purodeco there will be blog posts about timeless and enduring design and interior “with meaning”. I’m concerned we surround ourselves with too many things without necessarily be a minimalist. That’s why I study Feng Shui to learn how we are affected by everything that surrounds us at home. It includes all shapes and colors. Read More
With the summer heat coming up it’s wise to add some calm colors in to your home. In Feng Shui the water element’s colors are black and all shades of blue like indigo, turquoise and azure. The water element provides a refreshing calm energy, ease, purity and freshness. This sea blue Nappula candle holders from Iittala brings some details of the water element in to your surroundings.
The Nappula candleholder was born when designer Matti Klenell visited the Nuutajärvi glass museum and fell in love with an unusually shaped table. Inspired by its distinctive design, he created a selection of modern candleholders. Available in brass as well as selected colors in powder coated steel, they combine his love of vintage and modern forms. Read More