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PUNCHY PINKS AND CORALS FOR PERFECT FENG SHUI BALANCE

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This home is a delight! Find out more at Apartment Therapy. I haven’t seen the floorplan so I can’t compare it to the bagua. However, they have shown very good judgement in balancing yin and yang shapes (feminine curves, masculine angles), wonderful use of color, most rooms are clean and uncluttered though at the same time have warmth and personality and ‘just enough stuff’ to feel homey. Even the shot of the sofa in front of the screened window–which is the most cluttered, btw–shows us how to do clutter in a positive way. You CAN show off a collection of things, you CAN cover every surface, and STILL have good feng shui. See this home for inspiration.

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SUGAR COATED KITCHENS

These yummy photos of pastel kitchens off of the Beautiful Things To Share blog today really caught my attention. The pink appliances might be a bit too much (even for me) but the accessories and painted pastel walls work very well. It’s a bit tricky to use color with confidence and that’s probably why most people stick with tried and true whites and neutrals. But color can really enhance feng shui when applied properly. Don’t be afraid to go for it!

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