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Watch for Cramped Spaces and Narrow Corridors

The 2 important things to look out for in interior feng shui are dark corners and cramped spaces in the home. This is where...

Remodelling Your Home Effectively Without Incurring a Small Fortune

Every so often we find the need to do a quick refurbishment on our home either to rent, sell or even add a touch...

Design & Construction Aspects of Feng Shui

When building a home with feng shui in mind, one should always look at ways of how to best enhance the home, and not...

FOCUS ON BATHROOMS Designing Areas of the Home That We Never...

When we design our homes we generally concentrate our efforts on the more public areas such as the living and dining halls and we...

Feng Shui Plants

Plants represent the most positive attributes of the growing wood element – the only element amongst the five elements that has life. Plants possess...

Choosing Land & Positioning Your Home with Good Feng Shui

Owning a home with ample land away from the city is always a delightful way to live… Imagine waking up to birds chirping sweetly...

4 Easy Steps to a Good Feng Shui Office

Integrating feng shui into your office environment can prove to be one of few instances you get to design a space specifically for you....

Matching Materials & Colours to Suit Your Element

What Element Are You? Based on the time, day, month and year of your birth, you can determine your self-element and whether you are a...

5 Great Design Tips to Revitalize Your Home

It doesn’t take much to revitalize the energy of your home; just a little bit of inspiration and a touch of sensitivity. Through materials,...

Configuring Your Office Layout

In this issue, CHRIS YEO discusses office layout and urges a move away from the conventional centipede or railway track design. He offers alternative...
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