Case Study #1 Dear Kartar: We live in an old house. Our bedroom has a fire place on NE wall of bedroom, and two alcoves either side of fire place, window on SE wall, door on SW area. So when you come into the room, the window is diagonal to the door. There is also…

Introduction When it comes to the layout of a home, some configurations give rise to more desirable Feng Shui than others. The locations of certain rooms, such as the kitchen and the living room, are often highly significant. Thus, those looking into buying or designing a new home can benefit from bearing the most optimal…

Introduction According to Feng Shui principles, the world is composed of five major elements: water, wood, metal, earth, and fire. Each element invokes its own themes and moods and can be represented by introducing particular colors, materials, and objects into a space. A houseplant, for example, can be used to invoke wood, clay pots or…

Being able to design your own home allows you full control over where the different rooms are placed, but sometimes you might not have the option to do so. Maybe you’ve purchased a prebuilt house or apartment, or you’re renting a space that has less than ideal feng shui placements. This can be especially concerning…

Introduction Newcomers to Feng Shui may initially feel overwhelmed at how many factors are involved when it comes to securing one’s good luck, harmony, and happiness. First, there’s the involvement of auspicious items like bamboo plants, Feng Shui animals, the laughing Buddha, and Feng Shui fountains. But one must also pay attention to factors like…