Feng Shui Guide

April 24, 2020

As an Interior Designer, I appreciate the harmonious effect of good Feng Shui. To maximise the feeling of balance and positive energy, I try to incorporate it into my work wherever possible. I particularly love working with Alexandra Berthault Bizer, an accredited Feng Shui consultant.

Alexandra and I collaborated on this guide to give you a basic understanding of the Feng Shui principles and to show you how you can use the practice to improve the energy in your home. If you are planning a new build, you can incorporate the concepts before you start any building work. For instance, you can find out if your bed is facing in the right direction or if the doors are in the right place. If you’re working with an existing home, there’s still a lot you can do to alter your internal layout and ensure everything is in the best possible place.

Visit my website to find a detailed run-down of a recent project and see how I applied Feng Shui principles.

The Feng Shui Guide includes:

Introduction to Feng Shui – a brief outline of the ancient Chinese art of Feng Shui and how it affects the environment, and the health and wellbeing of people who reside or work in a building.

The Elements and their characteristics – describing the five Feng Shui elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water, and how to add them to your home and keep them in balance.

Feng Shui analysis – a look at how to conduct a Feng Shui analysis of a house or building and determine what type of energy resides in each part of the house or office.

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