HGTV has a great article with room-by-room dos and don’ts for your vacation home. Here are some of the tips covered:
- Create an inviting and eye-catching entrance, inside and out.
- Make sure you can see the entrance of the kitchen when you’re cooking.
- Use white plates, as they allow the natural beauty of the food to be the focal point of the meal.
- Put the TV and other electrical equipment in your living room into a cabinet to be hidden from view when not in use.
- In your office, add healthy plants which are beneficial and counter-balance the effects of electrical equipment.
- Replace bedding at least once a year to add a fresh, positive energy to the space.
- Add fire and earth elements in your bathroom.
- Leave broken steps or items in poor maintenance in your entryway.
- Use fluorescent lights in your kitchen, as they’re harsh and unappetizing.
- Have sharp, pointed edges on tables and chairs.
- Place too many pillows on the couch.
- Paint your home office in drab colors.
- Place one side of the bed against a wall.
- Create clutter on the sink, countertop, tub edge or shower stall in your bathroom.
For the complete list of feng shui dos and don’ts, click here for the original article.