6 Easy Steps to Feng Shui Garden Design

1st Step : Demarcate Your Garden on Paper Draw the site plan of the land on which the house stands, making sure you get the...

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...

The Feng Shui of Staircases

Staircases are conduits of chi in the home. They are where chi moves from one level of the home to the next level. When...

Designing Your Office Environment to Maximize Harmony, Productivity & Profit

When planning your office environment, it is always ideal to identify which sectors are auspicious and which are not. Based on the facing direction...

6 Tips for a Balanced Home

When designing your home interiors, it is important to create a well-balanced living environment. From your choice of furniture through to the type of...

Feng Shui Arrangement for Your Living Room

Basic Guidelines The living room should be regular in shape. The living room should be neither too small nor too big. It must have...

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...

When East Meets West

When you think East meeting West, the mind instantly leaps to fusion dining or a mixture of oriental and western values as manifested in...

Feng Shui For A Small Office

A fulfilling work life filled with happy vibrations that stay with you through the day can be assured when you make an active effort...

Creating A Feeling Of Space Brings Excellent Feng Shui

There are so many factors to consider when you want to improve the feng shui of your home. In this issue, CHRIS YEO discusses...
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