A Positive Energy Flow
Feng Shui is a Chinese concept that emphasizes the use of space to create balance and harmony. Therefore, design elements are incorporated that add to a positive flow of energy.
As a result, Feng Shui is a concept that is helpful in creating an inviting and relaxing home décor. By learning the elements involved in Feng Shui, you will be better able to determine how to make your home more aesthetic and functional.
Feng Shui – How to Incorporate it into an Entryway
For instance, when using Feng Shui at an entryway, typically, evergreen plants are included as well as inspirational hues in the form of flowering plants and trees. Lighting is bright as well as pleasing to the eye, making the pathway easily seen and safe. Sometimes a piece of artwork is added that uplifts the spirits of the visitors it greets.
The Absence of Feng Shui
However, Feng Shui is absent at a home’s entrance if you see piles of debris, or abandoned objects inside or outside the door – all which, as you probably have already surmised, block any positive flow. Broken steps are another clue-in that Feng Shui is not practiced too.
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The Feng Shui Kitchen
Therefore, Feng Shui does not support an environment that is cluttered or messy. For instance, kitchen cabinets and drawers are organized and clean. You won’t see any extra items littering or cluttering a table or countertop. Neither will you find “old” food in the refrigerator or pantry. Lighting is warm, and is represented by a halogen or incandescent bulb. Fluorescent lighting simply is not included in a Feng Shui abode. Also, tables and countertops feature rounded—not sharp—edges, and knives are hidden from view in cabinets or drawers.
A Harmonious Living Space
In the living room, the seating and furnishings are inviting and comfortable – the TV is not the focal point of the room. Any electronics are placed out of view, inside a cabinet, when they are not being used. Objects and furnishings are organized and balanced, all which creates more harmony within the living space.
The Feng Shi Bedroom
The Feng Shui bedroom makes use of warm colors and even spacing. The bed is never placed against a wall. Headboards are made of such materials as leather or wood and an equal amount of space is allowed on each side of the bed. The arrangement, like all Feng Shui settings, fosters feelings of creativeness, peace, or productivity.
Start with a Basic Approach
If you want a home décor that is well-blended with respect to color and space, then it’s important to learn the basics of the Feng Shui style.