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Feng Shui Tips by Room – Bedroom, Kitchen, Bathroom

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To create a harmonious feng shui home, you need to be sure there is a good energy flow in every room in your house. From best feng shui color for your front door to the best feng shui decor for your bedroom, from your kitchen feng shui design to your spa-like bathroom – use these feng shui room-by-room tips to create a harmonious and happy home.Front Door & The Main Entrance

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Front Door & The Main Entrance

The front door of a house is called “the mouth of Chi” in feng shui, as this is how your house absorbs essential Chi, or energy. When a house has enough good Chi coming in and the flow of Chi is harmonious, the people living in the house experience heightened levels of well-being. Learn to take good care of the feng shui of your front door and help your home absorb best energy nourishment.

 

 

 

 

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Living Rooms and Family Rooms

Know how to create good energy in the busiest areas of your home – the living room and the family room. Check the bagua area(s) of your living room and family room and decorate them accordingly by using the right feng shui element colors. Go even further and find out the feng shui birth elements and kua numbers of your family members and create harmony for all!

 

 

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Main Bedroom & Guest Bedrooms

Find out everything about the feng shui of your bedroom -from what makes a good feng shui bed to mistakes to avoid in your bedroom. From choosing the best colors for your bedroom to dealing with all your bedroom challenges in the most practical feng shui way. Your bedroom is the most important room in your house – treat it wisely.

 

 

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Your Kitchen

The kitchen was always considered the heart of a home. In feng shui, the energy in the kitchen is also connected to the energy of wealth and abundance. Explore solutions for many feng shui kitchen challenges – from a very small kitchen to a kitchen located in an undesired feng shui area of the Bagua. Find out the feng shui meaning of an oven mouth, choose best colors for your kitchen and do not forget to watch our short video tip on creating good feng shui in your kitchen.

 

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Your Bathrooms

Bathrooms have a bad reputation in feng shui. However, this does not mean you can’t create good energy in your bathroom. All you need is some good feng shui tips and a bit of effort. Find easy solutions for various feng shui bathrooms challenges, such as a bathroom in the feng shui money area or a bathroom over the bedroom. Watch our short video for some simple tips and forget about bad bathroom feng shui!

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Children’s Rooms

A good flow of feng shui energy in the space will inevitably lead to a happier, healthier child, while a room with a poor energy flow will contribute to a child who can’t sleep well, is cranky, and tends to get sick often. Use feng shui to create a healthy and happy space for your children.

 

 

 

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Baby Room / Nursery

Treat your newborn’s senses with respect by learning how to create a good energy nursery, or baby room. From colors to scents, from how to choose the best room for a nursery to dealing with the most common challenges of having a new member in your family – use feng shui to make the best of it!

 

 

 

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Your Home Office

Work from home in style and with good energy! Use feng shui to become more productive, feel creative and really enjoy your wok. From good feng shui home office tips to best feng shui air purifying plants; from your personal best colors to achieving success the easy way – it is all here for you.

 

 

 

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The Dining Room

Explore the feng shui basics for your dining room to help you enjoy your dinners and use the dining room more often. Choose best feng shui colors according to the Bagua area, find out the recommended guidelines for your dining table and let feng shui help you create good times with your family and friends. With good food, of course!

 

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Garage, Laundry, Storage & Basement

Feng Shui for the most neglected areas of your home – your garage and your storage spaces. You might prefer to think that the garage is not part of your home bagua, but it is. You might also prefer to think that closets are not important in feng shui, but they are. Both garages and storage spaces contribute to the overall feng shui of your space, be sure it is a good contribution.

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Small Apartments and Dorm Rooms

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. Even though feng shui of a small apartment or studio can be a challenging and sometimes frustrating experience, be sure you can have good feng shui and good energy in a small space. You will also learn some invaluable skills, like the skill of surrounding yourself only with items that really matter, items that are really loved and needed. Quite a liberating experience, wouldn’t you agree?

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