Feng Shui helps the home owner to give significance to the space and objects present in the house. Feng Shui is used to balance energies. The main aim in Feng Shui is to make you to view each and every corner of the house, so that you can make changes in the neglected dark areas of the house.
External: Feng Shui house should be beautiful from inside and outside. The exteriors of the house should have enough life to push "chi" into the house. The nameplate of the house should be written clearly and it should be positioned at a place, where it is clearly visible. There should be no dead plants or bushes in the front of the house and you an even place wind chimes to call in positive energy.
Living room: The living room should be cosy and comfortable. Get rid of all the clutters from the room and the room should have enough natural light to allow good light into the house. Bright and harsh colours should not be used because it makes a person aggressive. White is for purity and yellow is for authority. Red brings in happiness and blue is to manage your blood pressure. You can place plants in the living room or the family room to enhance the “chi” levels.
Bedroom: The bedroom should be away from the entrance. The bed room should allow privacy to the occupant and one side of the bed should be fixed against a wall to allow it to get proper support. Red colour can be used in bedroom to allow energy and vitality, but too vibrant colours can cause disturbance in sleep.
Kitchen: The kitchen of a Feng Shui house should be designed in a way that the cook gets the view of the door and everything that is happening in the kitchen. The main aim of Feng Shui is to aware the owner of the place, of everything that is happening around him/her. Walls of kitchen can be painted in white because it is the colour of purity, and mirrors on the back of the stove symbolizes the increase in number of stoves in the house as it indicates more money and health. The water elements and fire element of the kitchen should not be placed too close and if you have them adjacent to each other, you can place a plant to reduce negativity of such arrangement.
Dining room: The dining room should be located close to the kitchen and it is advised to have a round or octagon dining table in the dining room. The room should get enough air to allow air to move out.
Bathroom: The bathroom and the toilet area should not be close to the Kitchen. In ancient times, the toilets were built outside the house and it was considered a good Feng Shui practise. The bathroom and toilet should be well ventilated, to allow the negative energy of the room to move out of the room.