Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Feng Shui anyone??

Although we are not staunch believers in Feng shui, but we do not discount the fact that certain feng shui recommendation of furniture arrangement are good basic sound advice for comfort and provide a better ambiance or serenity at home. So, when a feng shui master recently came to our home and pointed out that it would be advisable to rearrange the living room furniture to further enhance our wealth and health, we went ahead.

Honestly, it was quite fun too because it gave us a chance to re look into our furniture arrangement that we have not changed since we moved in 2 years ago. Our main door (which was originally by the side) was `moved' to the center of our home when we renovated our house, with the believe that a centralised main door would welcome good `chi' (health and wealth). A little step was created between the porch level and the living room area to `elevate' the living room and hence the home. However, in moving the main entrance to the center of the house, we have aligned the main gate, main door right through the kitchen which was the back of the house. (What to do? Small house!). So, something has to be put up at the hallway to block the `alignment'.

So, instead of spending thousands of our hard earned money in building a cabinet, we rearranged our L-shape sofa and reposition our wall cabinet. To get some height for the cabinet, we went to SSF during the weekend to get a plant arrangement to be placed on top of the cabinet. The plant also added some additional colour to our overall arrangement.

So, did it bring us additional wealth and health? I think it's a little too early to tell. But, we like the recent arrangement better, felt more privacy and comfort with the repositioning of our L-shape sofa and definitely a breath of freshness to the overall home. Wait till we are bored and then we will bring in another feng shui master for another reason to redecorate! Or until we struck lottery and move to a much larger bungalow!! HAHAHA!

9 comments:

eugene said...

Personally i dont believe in feng sui, but if it gives you good feeling then by all means do it.

so when you do get more money, do let me know, ya.? Let me celebrate in cyberspace with you,ok?

take care now

Angeline said...

I'm definitely into FengShui, since really young.
But I was a little surprise at the colour of the plant. Why white?

MeRy said...

Frankly speaking, I don't believe in feng shui. Your house sure will have a fresh look now after the new arrangement.

Peter Reiss said...

You're right on target. The very root of Feng Shui is creating a space that feels comfortable and protected.That should be the goal for any home. The style, etc. are details.

If it really feels good - safe, secure, comfortable - the kind of place you'd like to stay awhile - it's probably good Feng Shui.

Obviously, I do believe in Feng Shui, which is good because that's how I make a living.

vickylow said...

Every Feng Shui Sifu have they own commends. For me more important that is to live harmony and peacefully.

Adrine said...

I'm a "selective" believe of feng shui. If the problem can be easily solved, then I'll do it but if it involves a lot of $$, then I chose to be a non-believer. ha hah...

Little Kit Boy said...

Hi, how's baby Ryan? Has he recover from fever?

Leeyen said...

dont u think feng shui masters are just like a interior designer! har!

Hazel said...

haha, i hope to win $$ THROUGH lottery also

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