Fresh flowers and Feng Shui
Feng Shui is all about balance. When you implement these techniques in your home and daily life, you will experience a greater sense of peace and tranquility. It also encourages prosperity and every element in your home décor has a role to play, including fresh flowers. Here’s how to use blooms with Feng Shui in mind.
Red and yellow blooms
If you want to display red and yellow flowers, you will add the elements of fire and earth to the room. Red is an intense colour associated with fire while yellow balances it out with the earthy feel. These bouquets are ideal for areas like your kitchen or living room.
Green and blue
When you think of fresh flowers, blue might not be the first colour to come to mind. However, there are a few flowers that bloom in different shades of blue, such as hydrangeas. Green elements in a bouquet are often associated with foliage. However, some flowers also bloom in different shades of green. Examples include chrysanthemums and orchids. Both green and blue are soothing and calming colours. This makes them perfect for bedrooms and areas where children or students study. They are both associated with the water element and we all know that water (the ocean, lakes, rivers, etc) helps us relax.
Blue and purple
You can combine water and earth elements by pairing blue and purple blooms in a bouquet. The combination of these fresh flowers will help encourage relaxation as well as prosperity and wisdom. They are perfect for any area where you want to encourage creativity or productivity.
Don’t forget that Feng Shui is not just about the colour of your fresh flowers but also your home décor in general. Make sure that you choose the right spot for each item of furniture Positioning your furniture and other items properly will ensure that energy flows just as it should throughout your home.