A lot has been said and written about the mirror in the bedroom. The major question is – is it bad for Feng Shui if a mirror is placed in the bedroom? What is the thumb rule governing placement of mirrors in the bedroom?
As a guideline the mirror should be placed in a way which should not reflect your image from the bed. It is advisable to place mirrors in the attached bathroom or in the walk-in lobby. If you anyway insist to have a mirror in the bedroom, buy a free standing large mirror that can be kept away from the bed when you go to sleep.
What if you want to place your wedding photo? Is it fine to place it above the bed head?It depends a lot on where you live. If you live in an earthquake area, then you should certainly find a safer area for your wedding photo. If the photo frame cannot be hanged securely, a minor tremor can crash the photo frame upon you and your partner. And this will definitely qualify as bad Feng Shui!
A mirror directly facing the bed decreases your personal energy when you require it the most: at night when your body is regaining energy and doing most of its repair work. A mirror facing your bed is also believed to bring the energy of the third person into your relationship.
But this does not say that you cannot place a mirror in the bedroom. If the mirror does not reflect the bed then the mirror can be well placed in your bedroom, and you can enjoy your feng shui mirror bed room. It is also ok to have very small mirrors fixed in the design of your headboard but certainly not appreciated in good feng shui to have a mirrored headboard.