Energise your home office with Feng Shui!
It is very easy to Feng Shui your home office when you understand the basic Feng Shui principles. Read few tips and tricks to help you with it:
Place Your Desk in 'Command Position'
Wondering what the 'command position' is? Simply put, it is the position when sitting at your desk that puts you most in command of both your area and your work. This position stems from an ingrained need to have visible control over your surroundings.
If your work needs creativity, it would be ideal to have a view of the door from the chair, a solid wall behind you, and a pretty view out of a window. If your present room does not have this set-up, you might have to move your desk to another room. You could place a mirror in your room where you are able to see the door from your desk.
Even if you use your lap or a counter and not a desk, it is important to face the entrance from where you are working to feel the most in control and confident in your area.
Pay Attention to Your Southeast Corner
The southeast point of both your desk and your room should be set with items that are in balance with the southeast energies. As southeast is also the wealth corner, a small table top water fountain or a pretty potted flower next to a small fish tank would work to maximize the energy.
Highlight Your South Wall
Since the South area is the 'fame' area of Feng Shui, this is where you should focus all of your personal and professional accolades and accomplishments.
Become Colour Wise!
Colours play an important role in Feng Shui. Try a combination of gold and red or gold and lavender. If painting your home office in these colours is not possible, you can still add these colours by using pictures, wall hangings, art pieces, pillows, throws and flowers. You can opt for other colour combinations like yellow and red, orange and purple or grey and brown also.
Hope this article serves as a guide or inspiration in enhancing your home office. Click here for more Feng Shui tips: https://www.bergerpaints.com/colour-magazine/june/2017/colours-and-ancient-sciences/feng-shui/