Incorporating Feng Shui Principles for Interior Decoration

“Traditionally, a red front door symbolizes good luck and financial abundance,” says Jayme Barrett, author of “Feng Shui Your Life”

I am working with a client that wishes to incorporate Feng Shui principles in the design of her family’s home.

Feng Shui is Chinese for “wind and water” and the practice is said to bring harmony and prosperity.

In an effort to brush up and learn more about this subject, I found this article written by Carla Jordan on Elle Decor’s site, PointClick, and it is such a good representation of the basic principles that I decided to share it with you all.  I don’t think I could say it better than this.

Guide to Feng Shui and Vastu Shastra (without the Spiritual Stuff)

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If you would like to read more on the subject, I recommend “Feng Shui Your Life” by Jayme Barrett

and “Feng Shui For Today” by Kwan Lau

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