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Traditional HarmonyThe dining room is a social, sacred place where we recount our tales, interact with loved ones, share and unwind from our daily activities. According to Chinese tradition, diners should not be distracted from...

Traditional HarmonyThe living room, the most public part of the house, juggles myriad functions. It's a space to relax, discuss, entertain, listen to music, watch the daily news. Given the living room's pivotal role within...

Water and FishRepresentative of life and good fortune, moving water, such as fountain sand aquariums, can help stimulate positive Qi. Due to its cool and passive qualities, water also has a calming effect. In Chinese,...

Depending on where you place mirrors in your home, they can either deflect negative Qi or encourage positive Qi. There are three different kinds of mirrors-flat, concave and convex-each has its own qualities.A convex mirror...

With indoor plants or flowers, take heed of your own cultural traditions. What's considered lucky in one culture might be considered unlucky in another. What works in Tokyo may not work in New York or...

The concept of light and dark is not foreign to any of us. In every culture and its mythology, white yang is representative of day, while dark yin is representative of night. Introducing light, whether...

While many contemporary designers and architects use sharp angles, jutting corners and slanting walls in their work, these are unfortunately problematic for Feng Shui. Conversions, similarly, can result in inauspicious structural details that cause discomfort...