I’m so excited at Feng Shui By Fishgirl today! I discovered the fantastic picture blog “Free Cabin Porn” that has a lot of cool submissions from all over the globe. This one caught my eye because I have loved that charcoal black paint color ever since my first trip to Amsterdam last year. I love how it’s used here on building AND on roof and with the bright yellow trim–spectacular don’t you think? Here’s a photo of MY little cabin in Stonington, Maine that is my summer art studio. My bf designed the renovation of this 1920’s garage (see more pics ). And yes, that IS a vintage Airstream next to my cabin and in summer we show other artists there. Official opening will be last weekend in June this year. Come visit!
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If you’re new to the Feng Shui By Fishgirl blog you may find there’s so much information here you just don’t have time to pore through it all. So, I’ve compiled links to some of the most popular blog posts I’ve written this year to make it easier for you to get a taste of feng shui. Start with my Top 10 Tips and if you like what you’ve read, keep on exploring the links below. What’s your favorite Feng Shui By Fishgirl post?
Seems like wallpaper is making a comeback. Check out “Off the Wall Paper” for some very cool vintage wallpaper sources. You may be inspired to redo your master bedroom using some of that vintage paper or make simple changes the way Marni did when she won my “Simple Solutions: Master Bedroom Makeover” last spring. You might be worried about mismatched nightstands in that bedroom but they aren’t always negative feng shui.
Some people are looking to get more interest in their master bedrooms but can’t get over their broken hearts. “Recipe for Healing a Broken Heart” is a great place to begin on this site if you can’t seem to move on. Try the solutions offered and see if feng shui doesn’t help you heal as well as attract a new improved mate! You can also take part in Personal Feng Shui Treasure Mapping to send the right signals out to the universe about what your heart desires.
This heat wave coast to coast has many of us yearning for winter. Next best thing is some winter inspired art work and cool all white interiors. And speaking of artwork, how about organizing your art studio to the principles of feng shui?
One of my most popular posts is about the supernatural phenomenon of breaking glass. This post guaranteed to send chills down your spine (great for a hot summer day!).