Published at Wednesday, August 28th 2019, 12:55:47 PM by Jacqueline Lamarre. Living Room
If you use your living area as a space where you watch television or movies often the placement of the furniture and TV or projector is even more important. Placing the television and seating furniture along opposite walls is often the best and possibly only real solution, proper placement of an area rug will help keep your room from visually shrinking. Place the area rug in front of or underneath the television then place the furniture along the opposite outside edge of the rug. This visually expands your floor space and will keep you from feeling too cramped. If possible, use a round or oval shaped rug to eliminate a boxy feel.
Creating Feng Shui is not rocket science nor is it some complicated design premise. The basic idea behind it when it comes to decorating a living room is flow. Feng Shui is all about clear, refreshing, relaxing flow of chi. This is accomplished in a number of ways, and sometimes is more about what you do not do than what you do. Here are some tips on how to make your primary living space flow. Many people make mistakes when it comes to seating where Feng Shui is concerned. Seating should never be set up with the back towards the door. When someone walks in to a primary space, they will immediately notice that seats are facing them in some manner. Angles are okay as long as there is a clear line of vision to the room entrance.
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