“This small apartment doubled as a home and work studio; however, with all the work clutter, it’s difficult to picture this space as the relaxing home environment it should be.”
After “Once a cluttered studio, the entryway was changed into an open and welcoming living room. Plain white walls . . . → Read More: Feng Shui Before and After
Master bedroom lacks romance, intimacy and privacy.
Color, cozy seating, homemade headboard and repurposing furniture help bring the romance and cozy back in!
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Before Dark cabinets, walls, appliances, and accessories make this kitchen space feel closed in and unappetizing. Lack of adequate lighting affects the residents, their energy, and food preparation.
After Bold, bright and dramatic changes in the kitchen don’t always need to be expensive. This after photo features white cabinets by IKEA, fire colored walls, and earth tone counters . . . → Read More: Feng Shui Before and After – Kitchen
Monotone fixtures, tiles, flooring, and accessories make this lackluster room dingy and depressing.
Calming wall color balanced with bold vanity, mirror, and flooring make this bathroom balanced, rich, and intense – a space worthy of a second look. A larger vanity gives functional working space and extra storage. White shower curtain completes the look and continuity with tile.
Closing . . . → Read More: Feng Shui Before and After
Before: Dining Room
Space not used to it’s fullest potential? Need a major change?
Consider making an out of the box transformation and actually change the function of the room. From dining room to office!
Neutral walls, different types of lighting, placing your desk in the power position as well as special details like enhanced . . . → Read More: Feng Shui Before and After
Before: Hotel Room
Monotone bedding, table lamps that are too tiny to use for reading, small artwork and a tight space all combine to create a space that isn’t cozy, comfortable or functional. And when a space isn’t cozy, comfortable and functional it doesn’t support a good nights rest either.
After: Hotel Room
Rich colors . . . → Read More: Feng Shui Before and After
Before: Overgrown Side Yard
Side yards are another commonly overlooked space. With a little planning, you can make something out of the narrowest of spaces.
After: Create a Hidden Patio
The new patio is a perfect private getaway filled . . . → Read More: Feng Shui Before and After
Simple changes make a huge difference from the before to the after photo of this entry way. A bold door with attractive and striking trim guides your eye directly to the walkway where residents and guests enter creating a strong mouth of chi. Removing the fence panels on either side of the walkway, clearing weeds, and creating an attractive patio with grass and stone open the visual flow to the door and . . . → Read More: Feng Shui Before and After
Before The Bedroom is a place for relaxation and rejuvenation. Space feels stale and not very nourishing. The bed frame and pillows are not sturdy or supportive. Room and furniture colors lack life and energy. Right lamp shade is missing.
The bed appears more solid and supportive. Side tables have matching . . . → Read More: Feng Shui Before and After
Space looks functional and serves its purpose as a living room. However, the dark colors of the carpet make the space look a little dull, cluttered and not very cozy or inviting.
Space that is not only functional, but . . . → Read More: Feng Shui Before and After