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Authentic feng shui, rather  “traditional” or “classical” feng shui, is an ancient practice first developed some 6,000 years ago by the Neolithic Chinese.
The early findings blossomed into a sophisticated, well-honed tradition by the Tang dynasty (618–907 C.E.). Essentially, classical feng shui is a system based on keen observation of heavenly (time) and earthly (interior and exterior space)
forces and how the qi of each interact. It is a practice of balancing these forces. With balance comes the likelihood of better health, wealth, and relationships. With balance, feng shui gives you the impetus, and the drive, to succeed!

bharat tiwari:: feng shui explained Feng shui literally translates to “wind water,” the two natural elements that direct qi to a settlement, dwelling, or burial site. Figuratively, the term represents the art and science of living in harmony with your environment.

 

 

 

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DECORATING IN A DAY

Friends great decorating does not necessarily mean it has to cost a lot of money or take a great deal of time.

The things that make a home fabulous are using elements in unexpected ways. Just because they call it a china closet…doesn’t mean you have to store china in it.

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Don’t get hung up on what the original purpose of the room was – use it how it works best for your lifestyle. Just because they called it a dining room doesn’t mean it can’t be a sitting room. Think outside the box  and have fun with your home!

 

 

 

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image Just because you don’t have a celebrity checkbook doesn’t mean that you can’t have celebrity style! Anyone can re-decorate their home or apartment – even with limited funds! Consider the following:image  

1. Decide ahead of time on a budget or payment plan, pace your decorating. Include money for accessories.

2. Decide on one room at a time and designate a priority within your room. That’s where you should begin. image

3. Have a plan, color scheme, style, & atmosphere.

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When you’re getting ready to begin a decorating or remodeling project it’s a great idea to get everything together. And keep it together! Any building, remodeling, or decorating project will be easier if you get organized before you start with a decorating file.

Your decorating file will hold everything you’ll need to coordinate the project. Include carpet samples, fabric cuttings, paint samples, floor plans, wallpaper cuttings, photos, and pictures of inspiration rooms. Having everything in one place will help the job go more smoothly from conception to completion.

You can choose any style of file you want. The choice is yours. A small canvas tote bag, briefcase, notebook with file pockets, expanding envelope, or file box works well. Be sure you select a container that will be easy to carry from store to home and large enough for all your items.

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ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

There are 6 basic elements used in all aspects of interior design and decorating.  If you correctly incorporate all or most of these elements you will have created a beautiful and functional room.

Balance

There are two types of balance – symmetrical and asymmetrical.  Perfect symmetry is like the human body – two eyes, two arms etc.  Symmetrical balance is typically very formal.  Asymmetry, on the other hand, refers to an imbalance, perhaps two candlesticks of slightly different sizes placed next to each other.  Asymmetry is used to add visual motion and excitement to a space, and therefore it is considered a more informal way of decorating.

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Do sketch your floor plan and record the room dimensions, window sizes and placement, and the location of special features, electrical outlets, and so on.

Take your floor plan with you when you shop.

Do take the time to discover your personal style by reading shelter magazines, attending show houses, and browsing online and in stores to learn what styles and colors really appeal to you.

Do identify the focal point of the room (a view, a bed, an armoire).

Do define a room’s style in writing , being specific. (Not just “puja room”, but “Room for Pooja with green soft carpet, specific hight storage and a color scheme that includes light blue “)

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