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Tips for using feng shui to organize your plants indoors

OUR TIP

In terms of choosing the plants for the kitchen it is suggested that you use fragrant plants, particularly rosemary, which can make for a more positive space.
Feng Shui is a far eastern discipline aimed at creating a true and unique harmony for the interior and exterior of a home. According to the principles of Feng Shui, the interior decor of a home must be arranged by taking into account the presence of magnetic and energetic fields. Only in this way can one live in a truly welcoming environment, peaceful environment.

But how does Feng Shui with indoor plants work? According to this eastern philosophy, placing plants in the best places possible within a home can positively influence our spiritual state. Here are some suggestions for placing plants in your home in order to enjoy the benefits they emit.
Tips for using feng shui to organize your plants indoors
photo © elle deco sweden

Entrance

This is a particularly important area in terms of Feng Shui because it is here that the environment meets the Qi energy of the Universe. It is especially important to consider order and cleanliness in order to transmit a positive energy to all those who enter the home. For this reason it is recommended that you place a lovely plant to draw attention in this area: peace lilies are among the most suggested plants in Feng Shui and can be a great solution.

Living Room

This is the core of the house, a place not only to welcome guests but also to relax with family. For this area Feng Shui advises plants such as cacti or Tillandsia (air plants). Position to the right of a TV or computer screen. These plants help to absorb radiation from electronic devices making your home calmer.
Tips for using feng shui to organize your plants indoors
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Kitchen

Plants and Feng Shui are in close contact in this area of the house. The kitchen is, in fact, one of the most important places in the home according to this eastern philosophy. This isn’t surprising when you think of the incredible power food has on our physical and mental state. For this very reason it is imperative to know how to set up the kitchen in the best way possible. Follow this link to find suggestions for positioning plants in your kitchen according to the principles of Feng Shui.

In terms of choosing the plants for the kitchen it is suggested that you use fragrant plants, particularly rosemary, which can make for a more positive space.

Bedroom

This is another important place in the home. Here we can improve our sleep quality with a harmonized, balanced space, and we can feel the effects quickly. In the bedroom Feng Shui suggests a mint plant, capable not only of giving freshness to the space but also to our souls, helping us to move forward. Besides, with the right amount of light, this plant will be stimulated to produce essential oils, ideal for combatting stress, fatigue and insomnia.

But decorating according to Feng Shui with plants is not always simple. For example, healthy, well cared for plants are able to improve the circulation of Qi in an environment, but dry and dying plants can have the opposite effect. If you do have the intention of trying Feng Shui in your home, be sure to care for your plants with attention and dedication.
Banner photo © Schemata Architects

OUR TIP

In terms of choosing the plants for the kitchen it is suggested that you use fragrant plants, particularly rosemary, which can make for a more positive space.
Feng Shui is a far eastern discipline aimed at creating a true and unique harmony for the interior and exterior of a home. According to the principles of Feng Shui, the interior decor of a home must be arranged by taking into account the presence of magnetic and energetic fields. Only in this way can one live in a truly welcoming environment, peaceful environment.

But how does Feng Shui with indoor plants work? According to this eastern philosophy, placing plants in the best places possible within a home can positively influence our spiritual state. Here are some suggestions for placing plants in your home in order to enjoy the benefits they emit.
Tips for using feng shui to organize your plants indoors
photo © elle deco sweden

Entrance

This is a particularly important area in terms of Feng Shui because it is here that the environment meets the Qi energy of the Universe. It is especially important to consider order and cleanliness in order to transmit a positive energy to all those who enter the home. For this reason it is recommended that you place a lovely plant to draw attention in this area: peace lilies are among the most suggested plants in Feng Shui and can be a great solution.

Living Room

This is the core of the house, a place not only to welcome guests but also to relax with family. For this area Feng Shui advises plants such as cacti or Tillandsia (air plants). Position to the right of a TV or computer screen. These plants help to absorb radiation from electronic devices making your home calmer.
Tips for using feng shui to organize your plants indoors
photo © TO INSERT

Kitchen

Plants and Feng Shui are in close contact in this area of the house. The kitchen is, in fact, one of the most important places in the home according to this eastern philosophy. This isn’t surprising when you think of the incredible power food has on our physical and mental state. For this very reason it is imperative to know how to set up the kitchen in the best way possible. Follow this link to find suggestions for positioning plants in your kitchen according to the principles of Feng Shui.

In terms of choosing the plants for the kitchen it is suggested that you use fragrant plants, particularly rosemary, which can make for a more positive space.

Bedroom

This is another important place in the home. Here we can improve our sleep quality with a harmonized, balanced space, and we can feel the effects quickly. In the bedroom Feng Shui suggests a mint plant, capable not only of giving freshness to the space but also to our souls, helping us to move forward. Besides, with the right amount of light, this plant will be stimulated to produce essential oils, ideal for combatting stress, fatigue and insomnia.

But decorating according to Feng Shui with plants is not always simple. For example, healthy, well cared for plants are able to improve the circulation of Qi in an environment, but dry and dying plants can have the opposite effect. If you do have the intention of trying Feng Shui in your home, be sure to care for your plants with attention and dedication.
Banner photo © Schemata Architects