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What is Feng Shui and what decor tips for your home?

Here are some Chinese Feng Shui explanations and tips that can create a perfectly peaceful and balanced space. 

What is Feng Shui?

Feng (Wind) Shui (Water) - It is principles based on the level of balancing energy and creating positive energy with the appropriate use of object, light, direction, colour or placement. It will bring good vibes in by striking a balance with the neutral world. Good Feng Shui energy is beneficial to health, happiness and prosperity.

Front Door

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In Feng Shui, the front door or entrance is considered as the mouth of chi. It is where good energy flows through and should not be blocked or impeded. The door should open inward into a wide space, it will invite the chi and feng shui energy. 

Living Room

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The living room should be bright and open that allows natural light to flow. Get the air moving as well, it is making it easier for energy to flow and circulate the air. If there are no windows in the living room, consider different lighting techniques such as task lighting, overhead lighting and more. Looking at the placement, the main sofa should be facing the entry and pair with some furniture to create a sense of partnership and balance. 

Tips: Mirror can help to reflect the light and give a bigger illusion to your living room! 

Add Plant

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As we mention, fresh airflow is important in Feng Shui. Consider placing plants to filter the air, creating a cleaner and healthier environment. However, not all plants are good in Feng Shui. Such as cactus, as they lack water (lack of wealth) or spikey (unfriendly). 

Best plants you can invite to your space: 

Lucky Bamboo

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Peace Lily

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Boston Fern

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Colours play an important role in Feng Shui, and different colours represent different purposes. 

Red: luck and wealth
Orange: happiness and fun
Purple: wealth, high spirituality
Blue: calmness, communication and spirituality
Green: peace and balance
White: cleanse and purity
Brown: nurturing

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