The main entry is very important in feng shui. The first impression that people have of your home comes from stepping into the entryway. Feng shui decor is all about balance and prosperity, with the utmost importance placed on yin and yang and chi for energy nourishment and when a house has good energy circulating throughout, the people who live in the house experience higher levels of well-being. Typically, the entryway is divided into two distinct spaces: the front door and the entrance.

Typically, the entryway is divided into two distinct spaces: the front door and the entrance. The front door is one of the first things that a visitor or guest sees of your home. Most feng shui designers decorate the front door in shades of red, either by painting the door red or framing it in red so that positive energy

The front door is one of the first things that a visitor or guest sees of your home. Most feng shui designers decorate the front door in shades of red, either by painting the door red or framing it in red, so that positive energy flows both ways. In feng shui, it is considered that the house absorbs energy through the front door, similar to a human face absorbing nutrition through the mouth. This is why the front door is often called the mouth of Chi in feng shui.

In feng shui it is considered that the house absorbs energy through the front door, similar to a human face absorbing nutrition through the mouth. This is why the front door is often called the mouth of Chi in feng shui. Mirrors are called the aspirin of feng shui for a good reason. With the proper placement of mirrors, you can considerably shift the feng shui energy flow and create better feng shui energy in any space, be it a home or an office. There are many options for placing mirrors in your home – from a big mirror above the fireplace to a floor to ceiling mirror in your walk in closet.

Mirrors are called the aspirin of feng shui for a good reason. With the proper placement of mirrors, you can considerably shift the feng shui energy flow and create better feng shui energy in any space, be it a home or an office. There are many options for placing mirrors in your home – from a big mirror above the fireplace to a floor to ceiling mirror in your walk in closet.

Kubu Mirror

Mirror Romantico

It is good to understand the feng shui guidelines for placing mirrors in your home because mirrors can be really powerful! Equally important it is to know that mirrors can create bad feng shui, if placed in the wrong feng shui areas of your home. There are 2 bad feng shui placements of a mirror in your home:

  1. A mirror directly in line with your front door
  2. A mirror directly facing your bed

The reason it is not recommended to have a mirror facing the front door is because the mirror pushes away all the good feng shui energy that is about to enter the house. It is one of the main function of a mirror – to reflect the energy back, this is why we are able to see ourselves in the mirror!

For good energy create a strong, welcoming “landing space”. From a modest side table with a small lamp on a big round table placed in the center of your hallway with a flower-filled vase on top – there are many good feng shui decor choices to welcome Chi, or energy, into your home.

High On Wood Cabinet 2Dr 1Do

High On Wood Cabinet 2Do

Great addition to create the best feng shui entrance is your rug.

Let’s look at 3 main feng shui design aspects.

  1. Shape. In any feng shui home or office application, always be first guided by your feelings, as well as the basic interior design principles. What shape would work best in your space? To answer this question first consider any shapes that will be visually most pleasing for your space. Second, find out the feng shui direction your front door faces and go for the shape that is most suitable for the feng shui element of that direction.
  2. Colors. The choice of best colors for your main entry rug is also based on the energy of the feng shui elements. We have the colors of 3 feng shui elements to choose from Earth, Wood, and Water elements.
  3. Design. An obvious detail to look at when choosing any floor rug is to take into consideration the fact that you will be stepping on it every day.

HK Living Jute Round Rug

Zuiver Tripod Cork Floor Lamp

Look for creative feng shui decor remedies to let good energy into your home and be disciplined and consistent with your efforts of creating better feng shui energy in your main entry.

Some homes are easier to deal with than the others, but remember, you are the one who chose the current living arrangements. Do your best with what you have, and better things will follow.

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