bedroom. Tuesday , June 06th , 2017 - 16:22:34 PM
I have incorporated little details into my retreat that make it special to me and my husband. Details such as candles with the scent of the roses on the Cliff walk in Newport RI, our romantic getaway place, pictures of the two of us scattered about, colors and flowers that I love, fabrics in textures that feel good to the touch and patterns that I find beautiful, a CD player for soft classical music at night and motivational/inspirational CD's in the morning. Furniture that has the curvy French look that I adore and artwork we've selected together. Is it perfect? No! Is it exactly the way I want it? Not yet! However, it does reflect my personality and style and it nurtures me each and every day! It is my romantic retreat!
Absence of true love: When a man does not truly love his wife he finds fault that otherwise should not exist where there is love. So when he begins to look for reasons to sleep outside the room it might be that he does not love his wife.
For rooms that are occupied by men use colors that a equally soft but in more masculine shades such as light blue, soft earth tones like wheat or gold, light bronze and copper. Add the richer jewel tone versions of these colors for accents. Avoid black and white or harsh bright or dark colors in a bedroom. They are not conducive to a calm restful nights sleep. Pictures on the wall can reflect the color scheme but should still be calming scenes and colors. This is not the best place to put a picture of the defeat of Napoleon. The same rule holds true for men, if you are looking for a mate place pictures carrying coupleness energy instead of single energy.
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