Information About Feng Shui Living Room
A good feng shui living room is serene, inviting and a peaceful retreat where you can slip off your shoes and relax. A good feng shui living room should not higher than the dining room and is located in the outer half of the home. The feng shui living room is the most public part of your home, It is the liveliest room so the qi needs to flow in a lively fashion. It is a yang room so take care to add touches of yin softness such as scatter cushions, and also coolness, like leafy, green plants. The shape and size of the furniture in your feng shui living room should reflect the dimensions and the shape of the room. If your pieces of furniture are too large the flow of qi will be disrupted causing you to feel uncomfortable. If you have a square shaped room, use a square, round or octagonal table. If the room is rectangular use a rectangular table.
How you place your furniture will have a huge affect on how well on how well your feng shui living room works. Where possible, place furniture against the four walls. Chairs should be placed to encourage a free flow of movement for people and qi, as well as for conversation. Take care not to place chairs between two opposite openings. You can put them to the side of the qi channel, encouraging a flow of qi rather than disrupting it.