Published at Wednesday, August 28th 2019, 11:31:00 AM by Jacqueline Lamarre. Living Room
Nature is another key element of most Feng Shui living rooms. Natural flowers, pictures of nature and various other elements can be displayed. Many people stick primarily to the natural items entirely to bring out true Chi, leaving televisions and radios to the den or family room. Whatever the case, you should know that nature is a great addition for Feng Shui decor. Feng Shui living rooms are rather easy to create if you keep in mind that they are all about flow and friendship. Inviting, natural and light, a Chi filled space will be a source of peace and inspiration for you and your guests for years to come.
Most living rooms are constructed with a traditional sectional couch, love seat and reclining chair. Many traditional spaces also feature hardwood floors and area rugs in the middle of the room. The room is capped off with attractive frames and nice accents on the mantle. A nice entertainment center also adds a nice touch and houses not only the television, but also music equipment and accessories. Country living designs give living rooms a nice rustic, down-to-earth feel when people spend time in this living space. In addition to soft, comfortable couches and cozy chairs, people also add nice country accents, such as wreaths, framed, cross-stitched pictures and beautiful quilts to bring out the country look in the room. Big, soft couches and chairs, oblong-shaped coffee tables with soft colored walls make the room feel welcoming and comfortable.
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