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TATOOED TABLE FROM RED EGG

January 2012 my Feng Shui By Fishgirl theme is Creativity & Future Projects which is an area of the feng shui bagua.We find creative inspiration sometimes in obvious places and other times in the least likely spots. What does this fully tatooed Japanese beauty have in common with a made-in-the-USA designer table? Go see additional pics and find out the full story from red egg designer Carol Gregg at this link:

Using technology as a design muse by Carol Gregg | NYIGF 100 Days of Design Blog.

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HIGH POINT SOURCE RED EGG INSPIRES GOOD FENG SHUI

The High Point International Furniture Market officially opens April 2nd but there’s plenty to see for those of us wanting to walk around getting a “sneak peek” today! Click here to see Lisa Sherry’s great “Luxe Life” blog featuring this fantastic pictorial spread of  the Red Egg showroom (which also happens to be located in a completely restored historic Victorian mansion) in High Point. Yes, this is a showroom, but it’s also owner/designer Carol Gregg’s home and Feng Shui By Fishgirl feels the feng shui vibes here are very warm and cozy.. Her use of color, textiles, art, and accessories will give you many ideas for displays in your own home space.

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YIN-YANG: OPPOSITES ATTRACT

You’ll hear a lot about the concept of yin-yang in feng shui circles. Yin is the feminine principle: curves, round or oval shapes, softness. Yang is its masculine counterpart: angular lines, square/rectangle/triangle shapes, hard corners. To create a feng shui flow, it’s wise to incorporate both yin and yang throughout a room or home. Be conscious of the balance between the two. This day bed from the Moderne Maru Collection by designer Carol Gregg for red egg illustrates the beauty of combining both circles and squares in one piece of furniture. Note the yin-yang variety of cushions used here as well. BTW, “maru” is Japanese for circle.
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