The Chinese New Year will begin tomorrow, February 8, and interior decor experts predict that Colour Feng Shui – the ancient Chinese art of using colours to ensure physical, emotional and spiritual well-being – in homes will be increasingly employed in 2016.
To ensure that your home exudes harmony, keep the following Colour Feng Shui principles in mind:
Bedrooms are the go-to places to rest, relax and rejuvenate; therefore, choose browns or muted pastels for walls, carpets and curtains. As fiery red and bright yellow heighten our senses and black and grey tend to be depressing, it is important to strike the right balance between these shades to ensure restfulness. For children’s bedrooms, opt for sage green and pale blue as bright colours – such as orange – can induce aggression. Continue reading