A throne fit for a fishgirl: Tristan Cochrane‘s fish rocking chair rocks it for me! It’s silver and that makes it perfect for activating your Travel & Helpful People area of the bagua. Just figure out that section of your home or a specific room using my Feng Shui By Fishgirl bagua map and then get yourself one of these babies (alternatively you may place silver objects in that area) to strengthen the ch’i energy of your environment. May I simply eat a lot of sardines instead? Hmmm….that’s a thought!
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I get so excited when I see (a) Creative Thinking (b) clean crisp colors (c) uncluttered living spaces (d) repurposed/recycled that doesn’t look like crap (e) innovative design ideas. This post —Palettes In The Home | Apartment Therapy DC.–has all of the above. The kitchen table pictured here is made from moving palettes! There’s more photos of other palette creations such as platform beds on wheels at the link. Go see and report back to Feng Shui By Fishgirl if you like or don’t like. And by the way, Apartment Therapy is one terrific source of interior design inspiration, don’tcha think?
The island where I live has an incredible aura about it. Deer Isle, Maine attracts many fine artists and highly skilled craftspeople as well as vacationers who come from all over the world to admire the beauty of the natural environment. Julie Morringello is the creative genius behind a new lighting resource called modernmaine. Julie’s “Uni Collection” was inspired by the exterior shell of a sea urchin like the ones that frequently wash up on the shores of Deer Isle. Uni is the Japanese word for sea urchin. The lamp diffusers of the Uni are made from Tyvek or paper of your choice and can be switched out at whim. Displayed here are two versions. Best of all, these organic designs are very good feng shui. Why? Creative, beautiful, good yin yang balance, just good energy all around.