Post # 1
Darling Husband thinks I’m crazy. I hope you ladies don’t. In highschool I took Interior Design and we learned Feng Shui. It has “changed” how I view rooms and the furniture arrangements. Is anyone familiar with this?
Here’s my dilema. We are in a lease for another year. Yay…not. We have a two bedroom and we have a Dirty Delete. Here is the room layout, I need to put a toddler bed and a crib in there but keeping with the Feng Shui of things.
Layout of the room ^
Layout of stuff right now ^
Post # 3
I’m not sure about Feng Sui of how this works but … what if you move the toys to the opposite corner, between crib and dresser. Then put the toddler crib with the head on the window wall and the feet near the door? I’d leave the dresser there just to keep the window out of harms way.
Post # 4
@HisIrishPrincess: That’s what I thought but then (I know I’m crazy but it really bothers me) when you put a bed facing the door like that it sends bad energy.
Post # 5
@figgnewton: What direction does the baby’s bed need to face? The thing about Feng Shui is, it’s specific to the person staying in that room. If you are simply speaking of Feng Shui in general terms, your current set up seems fine (you could consider turning the crib 45 degrees and placing it in the corner, this will help prevent Shar Chi from the corner of the dresser) provided that there is not a mirrored closet door. Hope this helps.
Post # 6
Maybe put the crib on that wall then, it won’t matter which way you put the baby in the crib. Then you can move the toddler bed to the crib wall facing whatever way you want. I have most of the beds in our house facing the door, just easy exit for bathroom in the middle of the night or quick exit during a fire….. we all have our quirks lol