Feng Shui in Children’s Bedrooms

In this video, Feng Shui expert and teacher, Ann Gallops, talks about seven Feng Shui Steps to a child’s bedroom. Ann shows you and your child how to create a room that looks and feels great while supporting their need for structure and encouragement. Join Ann in this segment to learn about the best colors and furniture placement, how to deal with the many electronics in a typical child’s life, and even how to select and place artwork and other personal items.


For more information about the information that Ann went over in the video, you can click below to download the PDF file on Seven Steps to Feng Shui in a child’s bedroom.

7 Feng Shui Steps to a Child’s Bedroom


Ann Bingley Gallops and Open Spaces Feng Shui offer a modern, practical approach to the ancient art of Feng Shui, giving you the comfort, balance and energy you need to live a healthy and abundant life. Ann’s unique background includes an MBA from Columbia University as well as Red Ribbon Professional accreditation from the International Feng Shui Guild, the highest Feng Shui qualification available in the U.S. Ann offers in-depth private consultations as well as inspiring seminars and workshops that transform your life by transforming your space. She has been practicing Feng Shui since 1996.



Ann welcomes your questions and invites you to weigh in with your own opinions and experiences in the comment section below.


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2 Responses to Feng Shui in Children’s Bedrooms

  1. Inna says:

    Hi Ann,
    We are moving into a new house and I am a true believer of Feng Shui. I am designing my sons bedroom, who is 4, and his room is not that big. I watched your video and my only question is what should hang on the wall top of his headboard thats on the wall. Can I have shelves with his things (trophies/books)there? Please help!

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