Published by semut02 at Thursday, June 21st 2018 15:55:04 PM under Bedding
Any room must have its very own centrepiece which becomes the focal point of all the other items inside that particular room. For a bedroom, the focal point should be the bed. What better way to emphasize a centrepiece than having an oversized one? The wooden material gives the bedroom a natural, warm, and a homey aura to the room. This aura is important to naturally induce sleep and provide a relaxing feel to the room. Not only does the wood manifest good aura, it also makes it easier to design the interior as wood fits perfectly with almost anything such as wooden cabinets, dressers, coffee tables, and chairs.
The bedroom is the most important room in a house by Feng Shui criteria, and many articles expound on this topic. But the bed its self, apart from the bedroom, is the subject of much misinformation, so this article will attempt to cover some of the major concerns. The shape of the bed should be a stable square shape as most beds are. In the 1960’s there was a brief trend in having round beds (so Austin Powers!) Round beds are not practical and they do not provide a stable sleeping atmosphere. They make energy swirl, which might be okay for other activities besides sleeping. There is nothing inherently bad about a water bed, popularized also in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Since the water is totally sealed inside the bed, it would not even work as the water element if a room needed water present.
Who wouldn’t want a comfortable and a longer sleep time for their babies? It’s what the doctor has told us all these years -- give our babies enough sleep every single day. So let’s give our babies the comfort that they deserve. One of the things that you have to decide while your baby is growing up is when to change their beds. Is that crib in the room a bit smaller now for your toddler baby? Smaller beds would mean smaller space for them to move around. And the smaller the space, the less comfortable it is to sleep at. So decide now whether to get your baby a toddler bed or a regular single bed?