Best Feng Shui Paint Colors for Baby’s Room

According to the principles of feng shui, color is one of the most effective ways to enhance the energy and qi (life energy) of our environment. When welcoming a baby into their home, parents pay attention to how to create the most welcoming room for their new arrival.

There are different feng shui techniques in choosing a paint color for your baby’s room.

One way to do this is to paint the room with an elemental color that appeals to you the most. This means a visual color that appeals to you and/or a color that has qualities that you feel most connected to.

Another way to incorporate feng shui is to support your baby element. First find out the baby’s numerology using the Ki of the nine stars and then determine his main birth element. Then check out our best feng shui paint colors below to choose paint colors that enhance your baby’s birth element.

Here are the best elements based on your baby’s nine star Ki:

Remember to paint a color that suits you and your baby. You don’t have to stick to its birth element.

  • Peaceful Pale Pink: Earth Element

    Supports: 2 Earth, 5 Earth, 6 Metal, 7 Metal, 8 Earth

    Pale roses are preferred for soothing and calming. Pink also brings the element of mother earth to cultivate the relationship between parent and baby.

    Farrow & Ball: Calamine 230

  • Neutral Beige: Earth Element

    Supports: 2 Earth, 5 Earth, 6 Metal, 7 Metal, 8 Earth

    A neutral and soft beige can be used as the basis for all elements of the room, to invite rest and tranquility.

    Magnolia: Soft Linen

  • Earthy Browns: Earth Element

    Supports: 2 Earth, 5 Earth, 6 Metal, 7 Metal, 8 Earth

    Earthy browns with hints of green evoke the restorative qualities of nature. Nutrients from rich soil nourish and support.

    Valspar: Mossy Aura 6002-2B

  • Metallic Pearl Glaze: Metallic Element

    Supports: 1 Water, 6 Metal, 7 Metal

    There are unique paint options for pearlescent glazes that bring beauty, or even a little bling to your baby’s room. These metallic paintings can invite beauty and joy.

    Benjamin Moore: Celestial PT-200 (metallic glaze)

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  • Clean Simple White: Metallic Element

    Supports: 1 Water, 6 Metal, 7 Metal

    Clean, simple white provides a great canvas to incorporate other elements through accessories. The white and metallic element supports and connects to the Dui area of ​​the feng shui bagua map, meant to highlight your children!

    Benjamin Moore: Simply White OC-117

  • Elegant warm grey: metallic element

    Supports: 1 Water, 6 Metal, 7 Metal

    The gray colors correspond to the Qian area of ​​the feng shui bagua map. Qian activates the energies of helpful and supportive people, which is especially important when you have a new baby in your home.

    Benjamin Moore: Gray Owl OC-52

  • Dark Midnight Blue Accent: Water Element

    Supports: 1 Water, 3 Wood, 4 Wood

    While you probably don’t want to paint the entire room dark, you can add the element of water with an accent wall. Dark blue invites deep wisdom and is said to comfort.

    KILZ Nostrodomus Best Home: Cosmic Sapphire SPR-18

  • Blackboard Paint for Inspiration: Element of Water

    Supports: 1 Water, 3 Wood, 4 Wood

    The water element is associated with deep wisdom. Charcoal chalkboard paint is a fun way to playfully bring the water element to life.

    Rustoleum: Chalkboard Paint

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  • Blue Baby Healing: Wood Element

    Support: 3 Wood, 4 Wood, 9 Fire

    The wood element is intended to promote well-being. The softness of a blue baby can promote the growth of you and your baby.

    Farrow & Ball: Lulworth Blue 9

  • Deep Earthy Green: Wood Element

    Support: 3 Wood, 4 Wood, 9 Fire

    A darker, deeper, earthier green reminds us of a tall tree. This color carries the energy of a tall, strong tree with blessings of longevity and peace.

    Nostrodomus Best Home by KILZ: Matcha SPR-07

  • Perky Cheerful Teal: Wood Element

    Support: 3 Wood, 4 Wood, 9 Fire

    The wood element carries important energy. The teal color is a combination of green and blue, cheerful and playful, inviting the glow of the wood element.

    Nostrodomus Best Home by KILZ: SPR-11 Antique Teal

  • Spicy and hot orange-red: Fire element

    Supports: 2 Earth, 5 Earth, 8 Earth, 9 Fire

    The colors of the fire element are, well, burning! A little color goes a long way. It helps to use them sparingly as paint colors, perhaps on an accent wall or on doors and trim. Spicy red-orange colors can warm and invigorate. Red is also the luckiest color in feng shui. However, don’t go too red if you’re going for a softer vibe.

    Clare: Sriracha

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  • Bright Fruity Orange: Fire Element

    Supports: 2 Earth, 5 Earth, 8 Earth, 9 Fire

    The fire element is bright and can brighten up a baby’s room. This color brings a sweet and happy feeling, like orange fruit. Bright oranges help to activate and brighten a space. As with red colors, use bright orange sparingly and avoid it if your baby prefers a calmer energy.

    Nostrodomus Best Home by KILZ: SPR-02 Electric Kumquat

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