Thursday, March 22, 2012

Feng Shui Entrances

Indoors: As stated in previous posts, the two most important rooms in your home are your master bedroom and your front entrance. The inside of your front entrance is as important as the outside. This is the first thing your guests see and where the Chi (life energy) enters. In Feng Shui your entrance foyer needs to be beautifully inviting. The best painting in the household should be displayed by the front door. If you have the space, set up a welcoming arrangement that may include art, a table with a vase of flowers and/or an interior fountain. When your entry is small hang an attractive mirror, or art with depth to open the space.
 As with the outdoor entrance area, keep the indoor parth free of clutter; avoid toys, sports equiptment, recyclables and mail. If you have a coat rack by the door, keep it organized and not overly stuffed.
  Do whatever you can to treat yourself, your guests and your "chi" to a welcoming first impression.

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