Spending your work days at the kitchen island, the couch, or other areas that aren’t purposefully optimized for your comfort is surely not the most productive thing to do. Luckily, a dedicated Feng Shui home office can help you work more efficiently, – just like new athletic clothes can motivate you to work out more often.
Learn how to apply the ancient philosophy of Feng Shui to make your home office space an inspiring environment that motivates you for great professional deeds. Continue reading “Feng Shui Home Office Ideas for Increased Productivity”
Even most tidy homes could use good deep cleaning every now and again. Of course, keeping up with dishes, laundry, and vacuuming on a daily basis can go a long way to maintain clean living space. Nevertheless, deep cleaning your house every six to twelve months is a must to make sure you don’t leave out any hard-to-reach spaces that are neglected during the regular cleaning sessions. Continue reading “Deep Cleaning Your House: Room-by-Room Checklist”
Chances are, you have heard about organizing your home according to Feng Shui at some point, but what is Feng Shui exactly?
The ancient philosophy of Feng Shui is more than just a buzzword for real estate agents and interior designers. The Chinese words “feng” and “shui” translate as “wind” and “water” and arise from an ancient poem talking about human life flowing together with the environment around it. Continue reading “What is Feng Shui: Basic Principles for Beginners”
Believe it or not, there are millions of households that do not have an ironing board because the money is tight, there is not enough storage space, or they simply dislike the chore. However, you can still look neat and presentable by figuring out how to iron without an ironing board.
At Peachy Interiors, a home design and house décor blog, we have prepared a comparison of a variety of ways to achieve your best dressed-up look without an ironing board.
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Practicing Feng Shui in your home has gone full-on mainstream, but even today, these ancient Chinese spatial laws can feel a little esoteric to the uninitiated.
If you take the time to understand the Feng Shui philosophy, you’ll quickly find that it goes well beyond simple common-sense rules to make our homes more organized. Instead, it reveals the true connections we have to our homes and how they can affect our overall well-being and mood.
Today we are going to take a look at simple, actionable tips on how to organize your home according to Feng Shui principles and achieve the ultimate balance. Continue reading “How to Apply Feng Shui in Your Home”