Feng-Shui Tips

It’s best to have a winding pathway to your front door, not a straight one.

Visual diversions such as flowers, bird baths or gazing balls can be placed along a straight path in order to create more positive energy.

Do not plant thorny pointy shrubs, trees or roses near your front door. Plants that are softer are encouraged.

A light, mirrors, bright basket of flowers or wind chime can attract attention to your front door and make it seem more welcoming.

Attention to your front entrance is most important when in comes to attracting positive energy (Chi) to your home. If you must enter your home from your garage, hang a picture on the garage wall near the door, keep the garage clean and tidy, or conceal unsightly objects to create a more welcoming feeling.

In Feng-Shui, five elements need to be balanced in your home, garden or landscape: fire, wood, earth, metal and water.

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It’s best to have a winding pathway to your front door, not a straight one.

Visual diversions such as flowers, bird baths or gazing balls can be placed along a straight path in order to create more positive energy.

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