Feng Shui Design Tips by Room
- Feng Shui Kitchen Design (12)
- Feng Shui for Baby's Room (4)
- Feng Shui for Bathroom (10)
- Feng Shui for Bedroom (22)
- Feng Shui of Storage Spaces (3)
- Home Office Feng Shui (5)
Main Entrance Good Feng Shui Design
Good feng shui design in your main entrance is very important for obvious reasons. It is through the main entrance that the house absorbs its main feng shui energy nourishment, so you have to focus on creating good feng shui in your main entrance in order to enjoy a good feng shui house. This article will help you with many feng shui main entry...
What is the Best Feng Shui Arrangement for the Living Room?
Good feng shui in the living room will be based on the same energy foundation as good feng shui for the whole home.
Feng Shui Tips for a Basement Apartment
Feng Shui of a basement apartment tends to be quite challenging and low energy for three main reasons: lack of natural light, insufficient air circulation, as well as its typical half-underground position, or location.
Feng Shui of Closets: Clear Closet Clutter with Feng Shui
Here is the thing about the closets - most people think of closets as an out of sight, out of mind deal. Not true. Especially in feng shui terms, where we know that everything is energy. It is important to understand that with the feng shui energy, the out of sight strategy does not work. You cannot cover, conceal or pretend not to see low...
Feng Shui in a Studio / Bachelor Apartment - Feng Shui Tips for Small Apartments
Applying feng shui in a small apartment or studio can be a challenge, as often there is little or no separation between your living, working and sleeping space. In other words, how do you apply feng shui if your bedroom is part of your living room, and the kitchen is right close to it, all areas with no walls to separate the different feng shui energies?