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Feng Shui Tips for Creating Zen In Your Home

After a day full of meetings and tight deadlines, all you probably want to do is go back to a soothing, serene space that’s your own. A proven way to counteract the effects of our hectic lifestyles is by bringing tranquillity into our homes.

Following the principles of Feng Shui to decorate your home may be just what you need to create a calm oasis in a turbulent sea of stress. The tips mentioned below can come to your rescue despite a tight budget or other constraints.

1. Cover Up Sharp Edges

According to the principles of Feng Shui, sharp, hard edges such as those seen on tables are called “poison arrows”. The idea behind this is that these are focal points of negative energy.  You could subconsciously absorb this energy into your body when you’re in the direct line of a “poison arrow.” This can make you feel anxious and uncomfortable without knowing why. Cover up these sharp edges using soft textiles in soothing colors that are pleasant to touch.  Also, avoid sharp décor objects and point anything sharp away from places of relaxation such as beds and sofas.

2. Maintain Your Space

The worst thing to deal with when you come home after a hectic day is a ton of chores waiting for you. A pile of dishes in the sink or heaps of dirty laundry can put a damper on your mood and ruin your day. To create a peaceful atmosphere, it is important to keep your home neat and organized. Think of cleaning your home as getting rid of negative energy from your space. Tackle any problems like leaky faucets or chipped paint at once and don’t let these pile up.

3. Use Curtains Instead of Blinds or Shades

If serenity is what you’re going for, curtains are a great way to create a quiet space. Blinds and drapes can give your space an antiseptic feel, while curtains are softer and have movement. Depending on the amount of light you want to let in, you can opt for thick curtains or flowy, light fabrics. Adding soft textures to your space translates into less rigidity and tension.

4. Incorporate Earth Tones

Earth tones such as browns and neutrals have a calming and grounding effect on both your body and mind. If you feel stressed out or have trouble sleeping, adding earthy colors are a great way to bring some Zen to your décor. To create interest, add textures and design elements made from earthy materials like terracotta or stone.

Your home is your sanctuary, so it is important to create a serene, peaceful space for yourself. Incorporate these Feng Shui tips into your rooms to get rid of negative energy and bring in those positive vibes!


Interior Design Tips to Create a Calm and Relaxing Home

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