Published at Friday, 09 February 2018. Living Room. By Maryse Bourdette.
Always leave some free space to allow your living room and other furniture to breathe and also not look cluttered. If you have lots of extra stuff and find it hard to store small items, the furniture items with storage units should be your first choice. Decorative items like lamps and photo-stand etc. must not occupy too much space. The motto is to beautify the room with as little articles as possible. The decorative items must be unique and not too many!
The items you use to decorate your living room determine the energy that can flow into the room. Some decorations can help bring in positive energy while others can cause havoc permitting the flow of negative energy in the room. The following Feng Shui items, when added to the living room can help positive energy to flow bringing health and harmony between you and your family, friends and the environment.
Place your sofa in the area with the largest blank space open that also allows the people in the room to enjoy the focal point. Leave at least two feet between sofas, chairs and love seats and the coffee table. Anything less is uncomfortable, feels crowded and causes knee injuries and a painful experience in your home.
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