Flowers add Feng Shui By Fishgirl energy to any setting. Feeling down? Plop a colorful bouquet on your desk and watch your mood rise! Want to add a festive touch to your dinner party? Flowers in the center of the table create instant party panache. Outside, a “deadzone” can instantly be activated by hanging plants or potted flowers. You don’t need to spend a lot of money. Wildflowers from your yard in a bud vase work just as well.
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I love this beautiful Tibetan rug hand made in Nepal from Hemp and Wool. The coral and neutral tones are gorgeous and the brickwork pattern lends a rustic touch. Looks great on wood floors. Since it is custom made, we can offer it in any size. Please contact me if you’re considering updating your home with a new floor covering for good feng shui!
Here’s an example of “organized clutter”. The room is filled to the brim but the feng shui is still very good. There is great natural light, room to breathe, a good mix of elements, the room holds the owner’s textile collection, the colors used are vibrant and warm, the view to the park brings the outdoors in…all in all, a successful eclecticism that works. Message? You don’t have to be a “neat freak” to have good feng shui. Nor do you have to “follow rules” set down by home furnishings magazines. What you do need to bring on is your own personality and sense of adventure applied with some common sense. Let your room tell you what it wants!
Isn’t this lovely for a little girl’s room?
And this slightly scary bunny on the donkey would be cool in our guest bathroom…
More vintage wallpapers to go ga-ga for at Rosie’s Vintage Wallpaper. She’s got 50,000 rolls, 50!
We’re on our way over to see the sustainable “Float Rope” doormats over at Nervous Nellie’s. That’s Anne & Peter’s dog Scout seen next to a pile of the colorful recycled float rope mats. We think these are way cool, do their job well, and are one small step (pardon the pun) you can take to help save the planet. Is that good feng shui? You bet! What’s in front of your door? Send me pics, please.
Enough already with winter! I’ve got cabin fever, don’t you? I realize it’s only 4 days or so until spring is officially here but it still can’t come soon enough for me.
My desk feels like it’s closing in on me. Here’s a quick fix:
1) Stop what you’re doing, breathe in and out deeply 3 x.
2) Drink a big refreshing glass of water.
3) Get up off your duff and stretch to the ceiling.
4) Take a few moments to tidy up your surroundings without going for the full spring cleaning routine (save it for another day).
5)Treat yourself to a beautiful floral bouquet to enjoy for the rest of the week. The color and fragrance will lift your chi (energy). Be sure to display it where you will enjoy it most–your desktop or somewhere in the room you spend most of your day in.