Sofa. Wednesday , December 06th , 2017 - 20:10:52 PM
Pushing the sofa against the wall (the only solid wall in this living room coincidentally) helped the living room immediately feel more stable. However the sofa slid under the shelf just enough to make anyone sitting on this corner of the couch feel uncomfortable like their head was going to hit the shelf.
Feng shui in some circles is associated with the art of placement. While it's true to some extent that the way that furniture such as the sofa is placed in the living room impacts the overall flow and feel of the space it doesn't necessarily follow that furniture must be arranged in a precise way or you're going to be miserable and have bad luck for the rest of your life. In this article we will look at feng shui principles as they pertain to the living room sofa so that your living room can feel welcoming and fresh and so that positive qi can flow freely throughout the space.
The sofa is typically the main furniture piece in a living room. While interior trends lean toward floating the furniture out in the middle of the living room this is actually poor feng shui. In order for people to feel truly secure the largest seating element of a space should be “anchored” against a solid wall (similar to the headboard in a bedroom).
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