Dining Room Feng Shui Placements
The dining room is a vital part of Feng Shui because it is the perfect venue for merging social conversation and relationship bonds. Hence, this is the room that generates abundance for the entire family. There are objects that are auspicious when placed in a dining room, while some are inauspicious like a wall clock or electronic device or broken cookware. The presence of a clock in a dining room means you could run out of abundance. Without distractions like an electronic device, the family will be able to increase their quality time talking to each other.
Here we have listed down auspicious items to be placed in your dining room:
Dining Table: Round or oval wooden dining tables are the best shapes since chi energy moves constantly around them. This signifies equality (there is no ‘head’ of a round table) and stability.
Chair: These chairs need to be comfortable. This means they will likely have arm rests and supportive backs.
Dinner Bell: This is considered very auspicious. Ringing it three times before a meal attracts positive energies of abundance. You can simply set the bell on a nearby table, or on the dining table.
Crystal Chandelier: Set this reflective decoration to attract abundant and prosperous luck energies. Hang them directly over the dining table for best results.
Soft Wall Scones: The soft light is directed upward, visually helping to add height to the dining room itself and also these lights can aid in inviting Feng Shui atmosphere.
Mirrors: This will be an excellent addition as it doubles the abundance that the dining table represents. It should be placed in a way that it reflects the dining table.
Centerpieces: Enhance the abundance of a dining table with your choice of table centerpieces. Some possible centerpieces are fresh fruits, fresh flowers, a table runner or a bowl of garlic.
Artwork: Decorate your dining area with appetizing artwork. Those that are mouthwatering are going to stimulate the appetite, which is a successful side effect of Feng Shui décor in the dining room.
There is something about the combination of food, time to dine, and an inviting setting that bonds families and brings them together.