According to Feng Shui, winter is characterized as ‘yin’ season and is associated with the water element. It is a time for us to be patient and turn inward and hence it is important to embrace wintertime with the right chi.
When guests enter your home, you want them to both be wowed and feel welcome. While a small but busy space can present many design challenges, creating an entryway that is organized, inviting and beautiful is easily doable with a little creative thinking.
“For 2017, it’s all about bringing that feeling of nature indoors,” says Reddy. Take a chance on a dark green, bring some of nature’s richness into your living room and ring in 2017 by connecting to nature while staying cozy in your own home.
You’ve double checked your invite list, fully stocked the wine fridge, and picked up plenty of food but have you thought about where to place your furniture, how to create ambiance or how guests may flow through your space?
The oft used rule of thumb is art should be hung at eye-level; however, it’s a rule worth breaking – not everyone’s eyes are at the same level and neither are their ceilings.
It’s easy being green when designing a stylish space.