Feng Shui for your living room
How to Feng Shui your Living room
The living room is one of the most important areas in a house. It is usually the biggest room and where family and friends gather. Here are some Feng Shui principles for designing your living space.
Living room, entrance, and dining room should be brighter and bigger than the private spaces such as bedrooms. It is where the most Yang Qi accumulates. If it is too dark, add more lighting and open up windows.
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