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What if you could draw more positive energy into your Signature home? A lot of interior designers have used feng shui principles in order to create a more upbeat, happy space. Explore these easy ways to entice some good luck into your Signature home throughout the year ahead.

Attractive Entrance. An uncluttered hallway will naturally act as a conduit for fresh air, good energy and positivity. Arrange plants or attractive vases with fresh flowers and other decorative objects to jazz up the entrance, but be careful not to clutter, the less belongings you have in it, the more good fortune will flow in.

Choose Lucky Paint Colors. Color is one of the easiest way to quickly create a very different quality of feng shui energy in any space. Plus, a fresh coat of paint can make the room feel happier, brighter and just so much more enjoyable to be in. Explore the feng shui power of color; it will help you create a home that is happy, vibrant, and beautiful.

Feng Shui Furniture. Some believe that arranging your living furniture in a circular formation encourages a smoother flow of energy and easier conversation. In the bedroom, good energy is said to flow more if you have your bed placed diagonally across from the bedroom door. For improved relaxation, you should be able to sit with your back to the wall for instant grounding.

Clear the Clutter. Your home should always be free of clutter. Stay organized and keep things where they should be. You will find yourself more comfortable and able to think clearly with a nice and neat space to move about.

Fresh Flowers. Blooming bright fresh flowers have a natural positive energy about them, which is why you should be adding new ones to your home every week. Be sure to remove them when they start to wilt.

Properly Placed Mirrors. It is said that mirror placement can impact the luck and positive energy in your home. Use square or rectangular mirrors and hang them at least 4-5 feet above the ground. Keep them clean at all times. If possible, place the mirror in such a manner that they reflect the greenery outside.

Display Fruit. Attract prosperity and positive energy into your home by adding a bowl of citrus fruits and pomegranates.

Hang a Horseshoe. Horseshoes are a fun way to add rustic embellishments to your home. Many consider the horseshoe very lucky and can bring good fortune to any home when placed above the door. Some believe that by pointing it upwards will ensure that luck doesn’t run out, while others think that facing it downwards will make fortune “fall” on whomever goes through the doorway.

Incorporate Elephants. Elephants are a symbol of wisdom, strength, and good luck in some cultures. Images of pachyderms look great in almost any room. Caring and protective, especially of family members, elephants in the home, even just in the form of a tiny ornament, will encourage similar levels of protection and good fortune.

Add Incense. Burning incense welcomes positive energy and creates a cozy ambiance and aroma to your home. You can diffuse essential oils like Frankincense, Lemon or Lavender to keep the home smelling clean and fresh.

Decorate with Bamboo. It’s a hydroponic plant and decorative material that is thought to bring peace and luck, as well as focus. This plant can be used in any room, to great effect. It also serves the purpose of being a durable and decorative barrier in gardens and walkways.

Wind Chimes. Add a wind chime at the entrance of your home. They are known to bring good luck as well as money into the home. Never hang chimes where you study, work, eat or sleep as it suppresses the positive energy.

Keep Koi. A koi pond symbolizes wealth, a happy relationship, and good fortune. If a pond isn’t feasible, then add vibrant paintings, décor or accents featuring the majestic fish.

Water Feature. Running water is calming and cleansing and also attracts positive energy and luck. Place a water fountain outdoors during summer and bring it indoors during winter for luck.

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