Staging and redesigning a house can be a stressful process. Applying some Feng shui principles can ensure that your design is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also positioned to produce positive and harmonious energy for any who enter the home. Feng shui is a complicated practice with lots of different elements, mastering it can be overwhelming especially when you are unfamiliar with the specifics of it. Additionally, the practice of Feng shui is a very young trend in the U.S. when compared to China where it has been around for thousands of years; it has only been around for about 40 years in the United States.
The infographic below, brought to us by Soothing Walls, provides a detailed explanation of Feng shui, including items to include and items to discard in each room to promote positive vibes. The form of infographic detailed below is based on the Western, or BTB, Feng Shui Bagua. With this form of Feng shui, the compass directions are not taken into consideration, instead you lay the Feng shui by aligning the lower end of the grid of your house with the wall of your front door. The grid is then broken down into nine squares that each have a corresponding area of your life, for example, your kitchen is connected to wealth and prosperity. Check out how to apply feng shui to all the rooms in a house in the infographic below.