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by | 9 Oct 2022 | Health

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11 Feng Shui Living Room Tips to Create a Balanced Space

The ancient Chinese practice focuses on Qi, a force of positivity that correlates to the way objects are arranged in a space. From ensuring that the back of your living room sofa doesn’t face the entrance to arranging furniture around a fireplace, there are easy feng shui pointers to help your space flow better — and look good, too. Scroll down for a look at advice from feng shui experts, designer Anjie Cho, Reiko Gomez of Reiko Design and Amanda Amato of AMA Designs & Interiors. You’ll appreciate their take on how to make your living room a relaxing haven that enhances your mind, body and spirit.

Believe it or not, your living environment has a direct impact on your overall wellbeing. For this reason, crafting a home that feels balanced and uplifting is key. And what better place to start than by embracing some basic feng shui living room tips.

The ancient Chinese practice focuses on Qi, a force of positivity that correlates to the way objects are arranged in a space. From ensuring that the back of your living room sofa doesn’t face the entrance to arranging furniture around a fireplace, there are easy feng shui pointers to help your space flow better — and look good, too. Scroll down for a look at advice from feng shui experts, designer Anjie Cho, Reiko Gomez of Reiko Design and Amanda Amato of AMA Designs & Interiors. You’ll appreciate their take on how to make your living room a relaxing haven that enhances your mind, body and spirit.

Set the Intention for the Space

Living rooms are designed for a variety of purposes — some are cozy escapes for unwinding after a long day’s work, others are designed with entertaining in mind. And while you may tailor the room’s colors, layout and decor to its overall intention, keep in mind that the room should be treated as a gathering spot, whether it’s just for your household or guests. “The phrase indicates that it’s a place of living,” Cho explains. “Often located closer to the front door, it’s more public-facing room in your home as opposed to the bedroom or office, so the colors and layout should reflect that.”

Bring in the Five Elements

Feng shui uses the five elements — earth, wood, fire, metal and water — to describe the physical and energic world around us. “It’s important to balance the five elements to create a harmonious environment,” says Amato. You can accomplish this with your decor or “subtly displayed in other ways with intention.” For instance, as opposed to opting for the color red, consider using everything from animal prints to triangular shapes to represent the fire element in your living room.

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