Room by Room Tour 🧧 Feng Shui by Jacqueline Albert Pepper
Does this look like a Yang or Yin Dining room? It’s Yin 🎋
The darker colors and circular table & rug, gather people closer and create a more intimate setting.
Yes the colors are bright and might not be everyone’s taste but this makes for a nice, small dinner party environment where you can get to know each other better. Using the chandelier And an area rug to gather the Chi in one place around the dining room table… Area rugs are a great way to define a space for small or large living areas. By putting an area rug in each area of the home for example dining room living room etc. you get to create boundaries of space where there may not have been any especially for tile and wood flooring.
If you want to create a more Yang dining room you can use larger more rectangular tables with lighter, brighter wall colors. Open the space up to create a more celebratory, party atmosphere ... if those are your intentions with the dining room.
Everyone is unique and different and their space should reflect those personalities as well as the rooms within that home.
Your personalized BaZi, Four Pillars chart and door direction personalize the space for the family living there and give me the information I need to create the right energetic home for you.
The above are some overall things you can consider with the dining room space.
Look for Kitchens next week in the “Room to Room Tour” 🧧Feng Shui by Jacqueline Albert Pepper
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Jacqui Pepper 🌶
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