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One of the popular misperceptions about using Feng Shui in interior design is that it will involve making your home over in an Asian look — maybe you'll have to incorporate a lot of black lacquer, or install red Chinese lanterns in the front hall...
After many years in business, the Sheffield School launched a new program to supplement the Sheffield Complete Course in Interior Design. By evaluating popular trends in design and listening to what students and graduates asked for, the School decided that a course in Feng Shui was needed, and so it was born in 2003.
Clutter Clearing - In thinking about abundance, our thoughts naturally turned to Feng Shui, which is all about abundance---abundance of money, to be sure, and also of health, well-being, and, dare we say it, happiness.
Contemporary Feng Shui - You may not think you know much about Feng Shui, the ancient Asian art of placement, but even without any formal training in it, you are probably already using its principles. Even in the West, many of the most contemporary designs reflect what the world has learned —and is learning still — from Feng Shui.
Feng Shui for Weddings - Many designers believe there's no better way to start off on the road to a happy marriage than by incorporating Feng Shui into your wedding, and that means starting by looking at the space with an eye to the ch'i.
Feng Shui Home Staging and Decluttering - Given the current downturn in the housing market, decluttering and staging your home or your clients' houses using the principles of Feng Shui just makes sense. Here are some tips to help do just that.
Feng Shui Flying Star Tips for 2008 - Feng Shui practitioners figure out the Flying Star for the Year so they know how to set up protection for the unlucky stars in homes and how to enhance the lucky stars.
Feng Shui for Home Buying - The principles of Feng Shui can help you choose your new home!
How to Photograph Interiors - This article will help you take great photographs of all your Feng Shui Designs.
Feng Shui New Year - Tips for the New Year: Ideas to fix up your home or office for the New Year using the principles of Feng Shui.
Feng Shui Color - Feng Shui Color: Color is an integral part of the principles of Feng Shui. We'll show you how you can use color to enhance the Feng Shui elements in your room designs.
Feng Shui Gardens - Applying the principles of Feng Shui to your garden will help you to create a sanctuary which will not only be the perfect place for outdoor activities, but one tailored to help you reduce the stress of everyday life.
Feng Shui Kitchens - When you're thinking about a home in terms of using the principles of Feng Shui, the kitchen is one of the most important areas to consider. This article will give you lots of ideas about how to turn a kitchen into a room that promotes health, well-being, and a sense of family and community.
Meet Jennifer Frank - Sheffield Feng Shui students are lucky to have such an experienced student advisor for their Course. Find out how Jennifer combines more than 24 years in the design field—interior design, home textile design, home product development and home styling for interiors—with more than 24 years of study in eastern philosophies.
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