Feng Shui In The Home

I have always been interested in Feng Shui. My lovely friend Sabina from Mummy Matters has mentioned it on a post on my blog before and it is something I have had on my to do list to research into.

So when Wayfair’s newsletter this month featured this infographic  I spent some time reading it. I felt some of you may also be interested in how changes can make differences in your lives.

I think for me personally Autumn is always a time I like to make changes in the Home, maybe because we spend more time indoors now the weather is not so great.

Feng Shui - How to best furnish your home

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I am going to use the infographic to help me with my little room makeovers I have in mind, first up is my Bathroom which I already have big ideas around and hope to share this later this month.

Are there any ideas from above you already do or have been thinking about? I really want to focus on the lighting in our home.

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Kara Janelle, Plus Size Blogging Mama. Vintage Lover, Interiors Obsessed, Chair Crazed, Collector of Much remembering to Smile as it is the 2nd best thing you can do with your mouth.

  • Ruthie

    I agree Autumn is the true time for a Spring clean for me and when I start re-organising the home 🙂

  • Seasons In Colour

    Hi Kara! I’ve never really thought about Feng Shui, but would definitely like to have a look at this infographic! Could you re-attach so it’s more visible (like expand maybe?)

  • Really interesting. I think there’s definitely elements we could all take from this. Though for me personally, I’d be wary of taking on board too many elements from Feng Shui, or any principles with hard and fast rules like this. since I feel it would limit creativity and self-expression – Which for me, is a really important part of making a home truly feel like mine. Just my personal opinion though! 🙂 Hollie

  • Donna Ford

    I am really interested in how our room schemes bring well-being so this is interesting and not something I’ve considered before! But I agree with Hollie below, creativity is the most important thing about designing a room x

  • I have never really considered feng shui when laying out a room but I do think that a bad layout can make a room feel ‘off’ so maybe I’m subconsiously putting the principle into practise? #homeetc

  • There’s so much to be said for having the right energy, layout, colours and so on in a room. The problem is that unless you do undertake those changes you might not ever realise how beneficial they can be! Just painting our bedroom made the biggest difference to how I feel in that room but until I did it, I didn’t think it would have any benefits! Thanks so much for linking up to #HomeEtc X

  • Claire Armstrong

    I grew up in Hong Kong where Feng Shui is an inherent part of the culture. There are certain things I won’t do, like hang a picture directly above the head of a bed, have any mirrors in the bedroom facing the bed and put any family photo’s in the cloakroom.

  • Emma Fisher

    I totally agree that making changes to the lay out of a room can work absolute wonders. We’re just about to start making over, and rearranging the bedroom and I’m excited about how much of a difference it’ll make!

  • Ah thank you for the mention, I love Feng Shui although there is so much to learn x