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Feng Shui Office Interiors

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Feng Shui Office Interiors are designed by applying the profound principles of this ancient art form in order to improve the flow of the vital Chi energy inside those spaces. The principles of Feng Shui Office Interiors take everything into account, from the design of your entrance, through the hallways and all the way down to how you position your chair and the colors in which the walls are painted.

So let's start with the entrance of your office. When you walk through it, does it feel spacious and wide enough, or does it feel tight and oppressed? The rules of Feng Shui office interiors teach us that those who through our entrance should feel as if they are getting in a large and comfortable space hence the entrance must be wide and spacious. But in case the architecture is such that you just can't avoid this problem, it's a good idea to hang a picture of a landscape that makes the whole area look and feel larger. The other extreme is also not preferable, because if the entrance is too large, it makes the visitors feel confused about where they are supposed to go, so in such cases it's a good idea to add a welcome desk to disperse some of the excessive energy.



Good news is that the next part of our tips for developing Feng Shui office interiors allows you to depend only on yourself and you don't have to take into consideration the shapes and sizes of the respective building. This part is about positioning your desk and chair. If possible, situate your desk to the corner that's furthest from the entrance, and position it so that you are facing the doorway. Having a clear look at your doorway is a matter of privacy as you will be able to see who's walking by your office, and who's standing by. So as you can see, Feng Shui is not something irrational or mysterious, it's actually common sense.

Keep in mind that long hallways bring bad luck as they speed up the flow of Chi and funnel it in a single direction. This negative energy stream should be interrupted by adding screens or mirrors.

Colors are also hugely important in the context of Feng Shui office interiors. Keep in mind that white is actually associated with dullness, so try to avoid having walls painted in that color. Red symbolizes vitality so it's good for your business, especially in the sales department. Green and blue bring freshness which makes them a good choice of a doctor's office or a larger lobby through which a lot of visitors pass by. Yellow is an excellent choice for painting the interior of an office with as it's bright and positive, and calms down people. As you know, the clothes worn by Buddhist monks are yellow because it represents the sun.

Last but not least, make sure to add a lot of flowers and an aquarium if possible because the water element in Feng Shui brings wealth and fortune.



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This e-book explains the important Feng Shui elements and their application in your home, office, business and everyday life. When you apply these principles, you'll be able to change the energy around you and will see improvements in all aspects of life.

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