Feng Shui Room Design - Basic Color and Layout Guide

Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Feng shui is the art of improving the environment in which you live or work by making a series of changes to the color, layout and decor. There are a number of people who think of feng shui as being very mystical and hard to comprehend. There are professional consultants who specialize in customized analysis of an individual and their home. However basic feng shui principles are very easy to learn and can be applied by anyone.

Have you ever been in a room that you did not feel completely comfortable in? The reason may be that the flow of 'qi' or energy in that room is blocked due to the layout. Feng shui can be used to free up that flow of energy. By doing so, the mood of the person who spends time in that room will likely change too. For instance, a lot of clutter is always a sign of bad feng shui. How can energy flow freely when there is an accumulation of unnecessary stuff everywhere? The general mood a person experiences when living or working in a cluttered space is stress and anxiety. The simple act of getting rid of junk and reorganizing a space will cause an improvement in one's mood. Try doing that on a bigger scale by using basic feng shui techniques and find out for yourself what great changes you will experience.

Feng shui room by room to truly get the most out of the experience. Every room in your home serves a purpose therefore the same principles cannot be applied to all rooms. That being said, colors, furniture arrangement and decor should vary from room to room.

Feng shui colors depend on the mood that needs to be set for that particular room. Some of these principles are pretty common sense. For instance, the bedroom is a place for relaxation and rest. The colors typically used should not be loud and overbearing such as a bright red or electric blue. For those who want to learn more advanced techniques, you can match the color to your own element (wood, fire, earth, metal, water) and pick a color that will completely create balance and achieve harmony for you.

Feng shui room layout refers to the way furniture is arranged to increase the flow of energy. Specific decorations can also be used to help with this task. Placement of furniture in a particular room will depend not only on the entire layout of the house, but also what purpose the room serves. Simple changes can be made to existing furniture and decorations. You may discover that some may have to be moved around while others have no place in the room and need to be removed. Start applying these easy principles to your own home and see what amazing changes it will bring to your life.


Post a Comment

.: Blog ini Dofollow :.
.:spam langsung hapus:.

Adformat designed by Simon Pilkington | Converted by Blogger for Wordpress to Blogger sponsored by Cinta