Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

15 Simple Tips To Feng Shui Your Home.

The shape and sizes of homes have changed drastically over the years, but creating sophisticated interiors that are approachable and comfortable will never go out of style. And since springtime is here, what better way to Feng Shui your home than with a good old fashion spring cleaning? Not sure where to start? Is there a room that makes you cringe the moment you walk in? That’s okay. We have some ideas on how to improve your home’s Feng Shui so that your humble abode will be free of negativity and full of positive energy.

#1. If you’re not sure where to start, we suggest you try cleaning the windows of your home first.

They’re your eyes to the outside world, but you can’t exactly see if the windows are covered with grime. So, grab some newspaper or a cloth and a bottle of vinegar with water and start rubbing away all the nastiness from your window. It will allow the sunlight to shine through making your home brighter.

If you’re not sure where to start, we suggest you try cleaning the windows of your home first.

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#2. Since your bed is the most important furniture piece you own, put it in the commanding position.

The location of your bed is key to achieve Feng Shui in your bedroom. To do this, have the bed face the door but make sure it’s not in line with the door while you lay down. The best way to do this is to put your bed diagonally across the room from the door.

Since your bed is the most important furniture piece you own, put it in the commanding position.

#3. Choose some feel good art to hang up on your wall and get rid of anything that’s too melancholic.

Depressing artwork or photos is not the way to achieve Feng Shui. The same applies to portraits of loved ones who are no longer with you. Put them somewhere else but avoid hanging them in the entryway. You need artwork that’s uplifting and brings you joy.

Choose some feel good art to hang up on your wall and get rid of anything that’s too melancholic.

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#4. Your entry door is the first thing you experience when you walk in and the last thing when you walk out.

If your door is squeaking, it can have a detrimental effect on your mood and those around you. Most people get so used to it they don’t even notice, but to keep the balance and promote good energy, add some oil on those door hinges.

Your entry door is the first thing you experience when you walk in and the last thing when you walk out.

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#5. Since entryways are such a big deal, you might want to add a reflecting mirror or a lamp to them.

What better way to increase the flow of good chi than by making it bright and cheerful? But make sure that the mirror isn’t facing the front door, or you could end up pushing the good energy out of the house instead of attracting it.

Since entryways are such a big deal, you might want to add a reflecting mirror or a lamp to them.

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