Friday, 12 August 2016

Feng Shui Interior

Feng Shui is a Chinese philosophy that is based on the belief of the existence of a vital breath or energy, called chi flowing according to the cardinal points, the orientation and the layout of objects.

These thoughts have very much in mind the influence of chi on us and our daily lives. Therefore it is of great importance to adapt homes or workplaces.

It is essential to have a proper location of the different rooms of a House, and even distribution of furniture and the colors used. That's why this oriental philosophy is very applied in the design and interior decoration, also in the architecture and even gardening.

Feng Shui Interior 1

The order and cleanliness
There is no doubt that a clean and orderly House is much nicer visually a House messy. What's more, stay in it is more comfortable.

Also the spaces occupied by useless or broken objects are spaces without life, and undermine the movement of energy, according to Feng Shui. Even our movement and comfort in the environment is difficult, so get rid of these objects and create space, order and cleanliness is very beneficial.

Elements and forms
Feng Shui uses various tools such as bright objects, sounds (bells or music), plants, water fountains, sculptures and even aromas, etc.. All will help balance the energies, enhancing factors such as health, family or fortune.

The rounded shapes and soft termination furniture are preferred. This does not mean that they are discarded straight lines, which perfectly can be part of a decoration based on Feng Shui, but should be avoided too pointy shapes, which is said to prevent the comfortable flow of energy, and practically can be dangerous.

Feng Shui Interior 2

A house in accordance with Feng Shui should not necessarily elaborate on objects and Oriental figures, which belong to religions and superstitions Chinese rather than its principles, but that it must follow certain rules while maintaining the style of its place and its occupants.

This philosophy is very wide, in all cases depends on the purposes of each environment and the shape of the housing.


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