This is an excerpt from my book, Feng Shui that Makes Sense:
Easy Ways to Create a Home that FEELS as Good as it Looks. All material is copyright protected and cannot be copied, reproduced or sold without written permission.
When balancing the way a room feels we must consider its function. A room we use for sleeping has different requirements than a room we use for entertaining. A room that is dark and quiet would be classified as a “Yin” space and is more
conducive for sleep. A room that is bright and active is a “Yang” space and
would be better for socializing.
One of the most common comments I hear from my clients is that,
try as they might, a particular room does not feel right to them. This
situation can be caused by subtle features in the room that may feel unsafe,
things like the positioning of furniture or sharp points and edges can make a
room feel uncomfortable on a subconscious level. The room may look attractive, yet there is something that just doesn’t feel quite right.
The first thing to address is whether or not the Continue reading