Feng Shui, an ancient pseudoscientific Chinese tradition, dictates that your mental and physical wellbeing correlates with the health, organization, and functionality of your home. A home that has positive Feng Shui is constantly filled with positive Chi (energy).

Simply put, you are likely to lead a positive, prosperous, happy, and long life if your home is filled with live plants, is well organized and decorated, and has sufficient flow of clean air and natural light.

On the other hand, a cluttered and disorganized home can jeopardize your mental health, dip your spirits, and to a great extent, ruin your life. In that light, it is important that you incorporate Feng Shui into your next home renovation project.

If you are unsure of where to start, here are 8 practical renovation ideas for best Feng Shui.


Large spaces invite new opportunities into your life. That is why you should get rid of everything that you no longer use or need. Go through your drawers, shelves, kitchen cabinets, wardrobes, and the refrigerator to remove clutter. Donate any furniture, clothes, or kitchen items that have outlived their importance in the home. Clear out your garage and storage rooms as well.

By decluttering unused items from your home, you can free additional space in your home.

Remodel Your Bathroom

Most drainage happens in the bathroom, and that can mean chi flowing from your home. With that in mind, you should seek to minimize waste during your bathroom remodeling project. If toilets, showerheads, and faucets are leaking, replace them to ensure your chi stays in the home.

Feng Shui dictates that the bathroom represents a place of self-cleansing. Make sure you are getting the most from your showers by investing in cozy towels and scents. The wood element is also believed to preserve chi, which means that incorporating it in the bathroom will prevent positive energy from flowing away. Get wood cabinets or wood trays to help organize your bathroom.

Repaint Interior Walls

Colors have a huge impact on your frame of mind, and they work so well in attracting the right energy to the home. In addition, if used correctly, colors can bring out the five elements of Feng Shui – metal, wood, fire, earth, and water.

For instance, blue represents the water element. It brings out peace, serenity, and calmness, which makes it a great choice for the bedroom and bathroom. Fiery colors such as red, yellow, and orange are suitable for the kitchen and kids’ bedrooms. Use earthy colors such as cream, beige, and pastel yellow for the living room. White, grey, and silver are good for your study or home office.

Add Indoor Plants

Adding indoor plants translates to increased vitality, health, and freshness in every corner of your life. In addition, indoor plants connect you with nature and can add vibrant energy to your life.

Be sure to choose Feng Shui plants such as the jade plant, lucky bamboo, and money tree. Avoid plants such as cacti as they are believed to bring poison to your life.

Enlarge Your Windows

It is helpful to increase the size of your windows, both in width and height, mainly because that will increase indoor natural light and, consequently, bring in positive energy and uplift your spirits. More natural light can also create an illusion of increased space, and – as stated above – this means more opportunities in your life.

Install additional windows or skylights in the ceiling if you are unable to enlarge the existing ones. High windows will allow sunlight to penetrate deeper into the home, adding positive chi into your home.

Remodel Your Kitchen

Your kitchen is a place of nourishment. It is where wealth and opportunities are ignited. It is, therefore, necessary to ensure that it is clean, well-lit, and free of clutter at all times.

Remodeling your kitchen is an excellent way to increase the feng shui in your home. Replace old countertops with new ready to assemble cabinets to have a clean and representable place to prepare food. You can also consider investing in a faux island if you haven’t yet.

Think about using fiery colors like red, yellow, and orange in your kitchen as well, as we outlined above, to increase the Feng Shui in your kitchen.

Reorganize Furniture

According to Feng Shui philosophy, it is important to arrange your furniture in a way that gives occupants a commanding position. Simply put, you should be able to see everyone coming through the door in every room.

If you are considering rearranging your furniture for a fresh look, do not forget to apply this rule. Start by placing the couch and the bed in a position where you can clearly see the door, but not directly facing it. It will be easier to place the rest of the furniture after finding this position.

When it comes to home renovations, many homeowners focus on how to get value for money. Feng Shui, on the other hand, is about letting in good energy that will impact positively on your finances, health, wealth, career, and even relationships. If incorporated creatively, you can create the much-needed harmony to give your life the right balance for a prosperous future.

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