Feng Shui Living Room Colors To Welcome Balance, Relaxation & Harmony

Painting your living room always sounds nice but it can actually be quite difficult and frustrating when trying to choose the best color.

Choosing the right Feng Shui colors for a living room can set the tone for the feelings people have throughout your entire space.

The living room is often the first room people see when they enter your home. Many smaller homes or apartments have the front door in the living room, making the living room part of the front entrance.

As the threshold between your home and the outside world, you want to bring a bit of the natural world into your living room using Feng Shui colors.

This week's episode shares with you the best Feng Shui colors to paint your living room. These colors will help you be in harmony with your space and to help you creating a comfortable and inviting living room that welcomes relaxation, conversation and more.

Click play to learn the best colors for your living room and how you can easily incorporate them into your space.

In the comments below, I’d love to hear from you. 

What colors are represented in your living room? Are they adding value to your space or not?

Is the living room a place you enjoy spending your time?

What tips from this episode could you implement into your living room? And, if you have tips for colors for the living room, would love to hear those too.

If you have a friend trying to figure out what color to paint their living room, forward this post to them. They'll thank you for it!
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The Feng Shui of a New York City Studio Apartment With 6 Hidden Rooms

New York apartment dwellers are always looking for ways to do more in less space, without feeling cluttered or claustrophobic.

Take a look at this New York City apartment dubbed the “Swiss Army Apartment,” where LifeEdited turned one 400-square foot SoHo studio into six separate rooms.

I like the Feng Shui of the space, since it inherently reduces clutter and encourages inhabitants to simplify their life. A curtain around the pull-down bunkbeds separates the sleeping space. The bathroom is even sound-proofed for added privacy.

And check out the video to see how owner Graham Hill comfortably seats a dinner party of 10 in the space.

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Feng Shui Influences Decisions as Chinese Move to Luxury New York City Apartments

Manhattan has become the second home to scores of wealthy Chinese purchasing New York City luxury apartments as a dwelling first, and an investment second.

Some of these immigrants are selecting the apartments and condos for themselves, while others are selecting them for children attending college in New York City.

Surprisingly to many New Yorkers, one of the draws to the city is the lower prices.
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Cut Clutter with Meaningful Photographs

The phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words” has a deeper meaning when you're cutting clutter from your home. A picture can be worth a thousand trinkets from departed loved ones, artwork from your kindergartner (who graduated college last year), and even creations you've made yourself.

It's time to stop making excuses and start clearing the clutter so you can begin to enjoy the items you have that you truly love. Can't bear to part with an item? Take a picture of it, then write a sentence or two about what it means to you. Frame it, and hang it somewhere that you can really enjoy it.

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5 Feng Shui Tips to Add Sparkle To Your Home

Several months ago, I wrote about a way to go from emotional stress to inner peace in minutes by finding a word that brings you joy. One of my readers, Candi, mentioned that her word is “Sparkle.” I love it! I think “sparkle” would make anyone happy. So why not add some “sparkle” around your home, which will make you happy when you see it? Here are some tips.

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