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Maximize Positive Energy

Maximize Positive Energy

via Houzz Overall, Feng Shui is all about organizing a space to maximize positive energy. Combining Feng Shui with interior design concepts will not only make an aesthetically pleasing home, but will also achieve the ultimate zen atmosphere and create a more...
Rounds and Curves

Rounds and Curves

via Houzz When practicing Feng Shui, it is better to avoid sharp lines, and strive for roundness. Sharp corners are believed to emit negative energy. When corners point to beds or chairs, they will prevent calmness and relaxation.
Colors

Colors

via Houzz Like in color psychology, the use of certain colors has meaning in Feng Shui. Green symbolizes nature, representing life and hope. Yellow represents power, while red and purple are believed to be lucky colors.
Water Feature

Water Feature

via Wallflower Feng Shui literally means “wind and water.” Installing a water feature is essential to the successful implementation of Feng Shui. A water feature promotes feelings of relaxation and harmony.
Mirrors

Mirrors

via Home Adore According to Feng Shui principles, mirrors reflect positive energy and prevent the flow of negative energy around the home. It is not advisable to place a mirror facing a door as it will reflect good energy back out the house. When having mirrors in the...
Work and Rest Areas

Work and Rest Areas

via Home Adore Work or home office spaces must be kept separate from living or sleeping areas. Not only do the respective areas serve distinct purposes, but relaxation will be impossible if work and relaxation areas are mixed.