The design of living room is an area that we have always paid more attention to. We should not only pay attention to her appearance, but a good living room design can improve our condition. So, what feng shui knowledge do you have for decorating a living room? Let's see together!
1. Clean and tidy living room
A clean and tidy living room will give everyone a good mood and make life more comfortable every day. In addition, living room is an important center in house, so do not clutter up unnecessary furniture. Good airflow circulates indoors, which can not only gather family's centripetal force, but also play a role in improving wealth and good fortune.
2. Focus on lighting
Feng Shui is especially careful about "light and dark rooms" to ensure smooth wind and water. Lighting in living room should be good, if lighting is bad, you can use a mirror to fill it with light. This ensures that room is filled with positive energy.
3. Put sofa against wall
Putting sofa against wall means that there will be great development in career and noble people will appear who will help. Don't put it near a window, as it will lead to an unstable career, and don't put it near a door, as it's very easy to recruit villains at work.
4. The floor in living room should be flat
In order to achieve aesthetic feel of design, high and low levels of partition design are selected so that ground is not flat, which will cause more harm and make family fortune as wavy and bumpy as uneven ground.
5. Upper beam pressure
The pressure of beam on roof is taboo in Feng Shui decor. If there is a beam in living room, this should be resolved through design. Wrap beams to reduce the risk of being crushed.
6. No pictures in living room
There should be some decorative paintings in living room to decorate, but not all paintings are suitable. The living room can be hung with talisman themed paintings such as flowers and plants, landscapes, white cranes, deer, etc., which can bring feng shui luck to people. It is better not to choose a picture on theme of animals, so as not to invite unreasonable disasters.