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Feng Shui Your Kitchen with Fresh Fruits for Fall

feng shui kitchenI often recommend introducing some positive chi into a kitchen or dining room with a centerpiece of live flowers or fresh fruits. It just so happens that fall brings us a healthy crop of fresh, tasty and healthy fruits that can be arranged in a bright array of colors when you Feng Shui your kitchen.

Check local farmer's markets and farmstands for great prices on fresh seasonal produce. When you arrange a fresh fruit centerpiece, select a variety of fruits in different sizes, shapes, colors and textures. Since fall also brings us an array of fresh seasonal vegetables, you can add veggies into the mix for an arrangement that is truly unique.

Place the fruits and vegetables in a pure white bowl to represent purity and cleanliness, or in a green bowl, which will contrast nicely with many of the colors of the season. Both are good Feng Shui colors for a kitchen.

Some fruits and vegetables that are in season right now are:

- Pumpkins (use both white and orange pumpkins for contrast)
- Pears
- Asian pears
- Cranberries
- Passionfruit
- Pomegranate
- Pineapple

Some walnuts, which are hailed as brain food, may also go nicely in this arrangement. Apples and bananas are in season year round -- if you need a quick dash of color and a healthy, easy-to-eat treat, go for granny smith and red delicious apples in the bowl, too.

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