Feng Shui Colors For Your Kitchen

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Feng Shui Colors For Your Kitchen


feng shui colors for kitchenWhat are the best Feng Shui Colors for a Kitchen?

I recently consulted for a couple who needed help because they were fighting constantly. Every night they sat down for dinner, arguments and misunderstandings ensued. When I went to their house, I entered the home to find a kitchen painted fire engine red.

Feng Shui colors are used to balance the chi in a space, but Feng Shui colors can also create an imbalance. The kitchen already has a very strong fire element, and the red walls were contributing to hot tempers and a lack of communication.

I suggested they paint the kitchen white, with small red accents. Within days, the couple commented that dinner was once again pleasant. They learned how to communicate, compromise and discuss feelings without placing blame.  

The best Feng Shui colors for a kitchen depend on the goals and desires of the people in a house. In general, avoid black and red, except as accents. Good Feng Shui colors for a kitchen include:

White, the color or purity, which can also promote weight loss
Yellow, to create a social atmosphere through Feng Shui colors
Beige and other earth colors
Blue, to promote weight loss
Green, to promote good digestion

What color is your kitchen?

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Our kitchen is white with cobalt blue accents in the tile and wallpaper. Our dining room is cobalt blue. Beautiful! 
My office is an orange sherbet color. What emotion/reaction does that promote?
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 6:51 AM by Cindy Dunston Quirk
my kitcken color is beige but small and i need new appliances but i can't afford to change,all i can say to you is you are very good citizen you are sharing what god loan it to you.
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 9:19 AM by juanita
Hi Ken,  
You did a consultation for me and suggested that I get rid of my one red accent wall in the kitchen (I will eventually but I do love my Tuscan red wall and receive so many compliments about it). Sometimes I feel like every wall in the house is painted red because my daughters fight so much!!!! 
The Red Tuscan accent wall continues into the back foyer which is my romance and marriage section in the house. Should I have that wall repainted also or can I leave it red? 
Thanks much! I'm looking forward to stopping the bickering and losing a few pounds by painting that accent wall in the kitchen white or blue! 
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 9:59 AM by Kris
My kitchen is burnt orange on two walls behind the ridg and stove and 
the other wall is green.....the wall under the cabinets is also burnt orange.....is that a bad 
color...we really don't have any 
problems in there...however we 
eat in the dinning room which is 
a gold...
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 10:49 AM by rosalina
Great info thankssssss a lot.. i painted my kitchen lime green but there is still a touch of beige the kitchen cabinets which will hopefully balance the good and bad.. this was really helpful thanks again :)
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 2:42 PM by Soniia
Juanita, thank you so much for taking the time to share you comments with me. I truly appreciate it.
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 9:33 PM by Ken Lauher
Rosalina, as described above, the best color for a kitchen is white from a Feng Shui standpoint.
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 9:35 PM by Ken Lauher
Soniia, so glad you found the information to be of value. Thanks again for visiting and taking the time to share your comments.
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 9:36 PM by Ken Lauher
Kris, Great to hear from you. How are things progressing? You can leave the back portion of the wall red and try just painting the portion in the kitchen to see if it makes a difference.
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 9:38 PM by Ken Lauher
Cindy, Orange is auspicious, meaning favorable and can mean happiness and power.
Posted @ Monday, September 27, 2010 9:46 PM by Ken Lauher
That's an appropriate description of you and your business for sure. ;)  
From a Feng Shui color perspective, I guess my kitchen isn't bad. (It's beige and green) ... It's everything else about it that needs work... especially the size of it!
Posted @ Friday, October 01, 2010 8:19 PM by Dawn
My kitchen is a fire engine red & located at the back of the house in the north western sector & I am a kua 6/west group/ metal person. As fire burns metal what colour should I paint over the red with? I was thinking blue or white.
Posted @ Saturday, June 04, 2011 8:32 PM by Kristy
my kitchen is fire engine red- all the cabinets, large space, counters are recycled glass- red/white- we love it!! 
Posted @ Thursday, June 09, 2011 3:23 PM by Karen
My kichen tiles colour is whute with ascent design of red,lemon and green colour. I have to choose colour for kitchen cabinet is white and for kitchen trolleys in lemon colour, is it o.k.?
Posted @ Tuesday, July 05, 2011 3:03 AM by Sangeeta
Iwould like to set up a page on my website. I would like to use your articles on my webpage. I would also like to add other feng shui articles. Please let meknow if you are interested in me doing it on my page. Thanks
Posted @ Friday, July 29, 2011 11:32 PM by Stephanie
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