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Feng Shui Decorating Tips
Feng Shui is one of the most popular forms of redecorating in a home, but it is believed to be so much more than simply rearranging furniture and accessories.
In the original Chinese beliefs, Feng Shui meant "a system of laws considered to govern spatial arrangement of orientation in relation to the flow of energy."
For those looking to create a warm, comfortable, and happy home, going for the Feng Shui design may be the best option for you.
How exactly do you pull off this look? If you are after the Feng Shui feel, here are a few tips and tricks to making it a successful redecoration venture.
Only the Necessities
One of the first things you will need to take care of when embarking on your redesign project is making sure the room is clear of all clutter. A healthy and happy room is clutter-free and very simplistic when it comes to its aesthetics.
Clearing out the "old energy" is the first thing to take care of by getting rid of any unnecessary items that can hinder the "new energy" from flowing through the room successfully.
One of the more popularly discussed topics when it comes to Feng Shui is the presence of light in the space. While many people may enjoy large open windows in their living room that allows in plenty of natural lights, other may believe that the new energy can now escape quickly out of the window and should be more enclosed.
If you are one who wants to cut down on the amount of natural light, you can't go wrong with some simple blinds or a decorative plant to block the window itself.
The thing that comes to most people's minds when coming up with a Feng Shui design is how their furniture will be arranged.
One popular design for furniture arrangement is to set it up in a more circular fashion. This is believed to keep the energy flowing in a healthy direction and keep it more enclosed in the space.
When putting your living room together, you should try and place your sofa directly up against a wall that is farthest away from the entry point. If you can't place the sofa against a wall, place a tall coffee table behind it to "protect" yourself from negative energy that may have gotten into your room.
Make sure each piece of furniture is welcoming and inviting without being too cramped. If every spot has a place to put a drink and book, then you have successfully spaces out the room.
Follow a few of these simple tips and you can easily create the Feng Shui theme in no time.