Feng Shui Furniture Arrangement living room
- The living room should be regular in shape.
- The living room should be neither too small nor too big. It must have enough room to allow the energy move around.
- It should be located in the outer half of the house.
- Hang a large family portrait to enhance the importance of the family members.
- The living room must not be higher than the dining room.
- Do not have a mirror reflecting the main door.
- Avoid poison arrows or protruding corners in the living room.
- Keep the living room well lit, best achieved with a crystal chandelier.
- Do not place furniture under exposed beams.
- Do not display pictures of fierce or aggressive animals in the living room.
- Enhance the elements of the each corner using element energizers.
- Avoid exposed shelves in the living room, as this can send out killing energy.
Auspicious Furniture Arrangements
- Activate The 4 Celestial Animals
- Place the main sofa (3 or 4 seater) against a solid wall to represent the Black Tortoise. On the right of the main sofa, place a one-seater to simulate the White Tiger. Place a 2-seater on the left side to represent the Green Dragon. Place a coffee table in front to symbolize the Phoenix. This arrangement will attract good fortune and creates protective luck for the family.
- Use a Solid Wall as Backing for Support Luck
- Place the largest sofa against a solid wall if possible, to signify solid support.
- The secondary sofa can have windows behind them.
- Have a Balanced Door:Window Ratio
- It is best not to have 2 doors or more in the living room. If so, it is advisable to close some of them. As for windows, the ratio of window to doors should not exceed 3:1. Use curtains to hide the presence of windows if there are too many. (Transparent sliding doors to reveal the view of the garden do not count as windows.)