The hardest decisions in life usually boil down to which color you’ll be painting your bedroom in. It’s the one room most people won’t see, but you really want to appear as a normal, stable yet unique person to the people that do. It’s a tightrope very few manage to balance on, especially men. We’re just bad at this kind of thing.
Thankfully, from the continent that gave us martial arts and sushi, came the art of decorating called Feng Shui. Let’s see what they have to say about the matter.
Blue in traditional Feng Shui signifies a person that is looking for spiritual growth. The hard part about this is trying to figure out which blue to use, because there are so many ways where your subliminal message can go from “I want to grow as a person” to “I wish to produce a male heir.” Not saying baby blue isn’t a nice color when used sparingly, but it’s just not really what we’re going for here.
The color red signifies fame. Now, if you’d actually achieved this in life, I doubt you’d need your bedroom painted red to make a point, but I guess fame can be interpreted in more ways than just the classic “people know my name.” Once again, this is a color that can go wrong very quickly because you can imagine people won’t look at you as a celebrity if your bedroom is painted in blood red.
If you want to paint your bedroom green, you’ll be sending out the purest vibes of health. It won’t actually do anything to improve the health of anyone in the room, but at least your room itself will somehow look and feel healthier. As with all colors on this list – by now you probably get it – make sure that not every green applies. Fluorescent green is not a healthy color at all, in any culture.
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