According to feng shui experts, wherever there is an energy flow, there is a healthy area. If this central area is not messy, energy throughout freedom will make residents feel better. On the other hand, if your home is filled with trifling decorations or large, bulky interior decorations, the airflow will be hampered and your health will be affected.
Tips: Don't be regretful, get rid of things you don't need. The spacious and clean strategy should apply in both bedrooms and kitchens.
In the bedroom, ideally the headboard should be based on the walls and legs, so it should be put on the other side wall, not let the bed look out the window and the door, as feng shui theory, wind and energy from outside these places will cool the legs of people lying down, making them prone to colds. If you can't change it, use a thick cloth to cover the air.
The kitchen should not be cluttered, but warm and inviting (using golden tones and attractive scent). One thing to note is: The kitchen never faces the door (feng shui experts say that the cook will be worried and distracted because they do not know what happens behind). If you can't change the position of the kitchen, use a glass, so you can see behind your back.
There are 5 quick arrangement positions that are proposed as follows:
- Add plants: to create a healthy indoor environment and avoid bad energy, add green plants and fresh flowers to the house (avoid dry trees or artificial flowers).
- Use pleasant colors, remove neon light.
- Use glasses: if you put glasses on your bed, leave it immediately. It is said that the energy produced by glass in this space can make it difficult to sleep. Instead, transfer glasses to the dining room.
- Close your bedroom: this simple step helps your bed to be wrapped in a protective cocoon, feeling reassuring.
- A glass chandelier in the middle of the house works to promote energy circles, good for health.