Alter Your Room and Ensure Your Team's Victory

With the big game less than a week away, tensions are high amongst all football fans. Though guesses are made regarding the outcome, it is hard to say for sure which team will win. But what if you could change the set up of you room to ensure your team's victory?
View the slideshow above for simple changes you can make to bring luck to you and your favorite team.
You've heard of good luck charms and rituals. From eating the same breakfast before an important day to wearing your lucky pair of socks, there are many rituals people perform to bring luck to themselves or others. Sports fanatics seem to be the strongest believers in these seemingly strange or unnecessary practices.
In an article in a local Baltimore newspaper, Baltimore Ravens fans shared their unusual practices that may have lead to the Ravens' place in the Super Bowl. For many of them, these rituals include sitting in the exact same seat, wearing the same jersey and hat, and consuming the same food and beverages.
What you put on or in your body can remain the same every game day, but why not change up your home to aide in your teams success. Rearrange your furniture, hang particular images on your walls. Get your living room ready for the big day. Within the Feng Shui of Chinese culture, there are a set of guidelines to follow when setting up a room that will bring you luck. Re-design your room and bring luck to your favorite team. Add colors, avoid certain mascots, and arrange your furniture in ways that will help your team succeed in this week's big game.
Totally hyped for the Super Bowl? For more inspiration, check out Nails In the Game: Super Bowl Inspired Designs and Style Transformation: Ravens and 49ers Cheerleaders from our friends at StyleList!
Photo Credit: Alamy

Tags: Décor, Holidays, Inspiration, Living Room, Super Bowl

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