Feng Shui isn’t all about mysticism– It’s really about maximizing the flow and energy (“chi”) of your space. Since the kitchen is a central space in the home with a lot of foot-traffic, optimizing the flow is essential to the space’s function. Designing within Feng shui guidelines also provides a great framework for making decisions quickly. Check out some of the tips below and tweet us and comment your own!

The kitchen is a space where family members and guests often congregate. It almost has a gravitational pull, so it makes sense to acknowledge that the kitchen has a unique energy, and to try to make sure that energy is all flowing in the right direction. That's where feng shui comes in. Rules of feng shui design can often seem indecipherable to those who are unfamiliar with the concept. Learn more about this type of design in our infographic below! Feng shui is all about maximizing the flow of positive energy (Chi) in your home. The placement of certain objects or pieces of furniture is believed to greatly influence this flow. Even the shape of pieces of furniture can be influenced by feng shui, which values rounded shapes like an oval table over sharp corners. If you have a hard time making design decisions in your home, using feng shui principles can be a huge help to guide you in the right direction, especially when it comes to picking a color scheme! Determine your kitchen's direction in your home, and then use our guide to find out which colors to use. Each color scheme is derived from the five Chinese elements: wind, fire, earth, metal, and water. Read on for more tips on how to feng shui your kitchen!

Design Campus members interested in learning more about Fend Shui should consider tuning into The Feng Shui Guy’s video course: Principles of Feng Shui.

Ariel Joseph Towne, better known as the “Feng Shui Guy,” will teach you how to grow your business with Feng Shui principles and will truly demystify the entire process. In this course, you will learn how to apply techniques of ancient Chinese philosophy to harmonize your clients’ environments, perceptions and overall well-being.

Ariel Joseph Towne, better known as the “Feng Shui Guy,” will teach you how to grow your business with Feng Shui principles and will truly demystify the entire process. In this course, you will learn how to apply techniques of ancient Chinese philosophy to harmonize your clients’ environments, perceptions and overall well-being.




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