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Feng Shui Your Living Room in 10 Steps

The living room or family room in your home should be as uncluttered as possible. Too many heavy furniture pieces in a small living room will constrict the energy flow of the room.Feng shui can help with this by giving you guidelines on how to arrange the furniture, choose the decorations and pick the color scheme.You will learn some Feng Shui living room tips in this article.

In feng shui terms, the main challenge with decorating a living room is to create a space that has the ability to not only be beautiful and practical but also have a strong, fresh, clean, and happy energy. A living room that is beautiful and works well on a practical level usually takes quite a bit of planning and persistence (along with the desire to decorate, of course!)

Why is good feng shui in your living room important? And how can you create good feng shui in your own living room? Let me share with you 10 easy feng shui living room decorating tips.

1. Clutter Free and Organized

A living room that is clean and clutter free is the only foundation for good feng shui. Yes, we know you might have heard that many times, but this essential first step has to be emphasized again. There can be no solid and good feng shui energy in a space that is infected by clutter, the two of them cannot co-exist; it is either one or the other.

We encourage you to explore our easy feng shui clutter clearing system if you need help with clearing your clutter and then look for some good organizational solutions based on your specific needs. Having a clear organization system is also a must for good feng shui in your living room, especially if you have children.

2. Air and Light

The next step in good feng shui living room decorating is to be sure your room gets as much natural light and good quality air as it possibly can. Good quality air and good quality light create the foundation of good feng shui energy, and there are many ways to help you do the best with this feng shui step. For example, if you have only a few small windows, decorate with mirrors to bring more natural light, as well as be sure to layer your indoor lighting.

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Read more: https://www.thespruce.com/easy-steps-to-feng-shui-living-room-1274493

 

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