Members of this group share decorating ideas that improved their home 100% (40 photos)

We also asked Dana if Feng Shui can help those who don’t know where to start when it comes to interior design. “You definitely don’t have to be an interior designer to use Feng Shui in your home, but great Feng Shui tends to be fabulous interior design,” says Dana. “When you work with Feng Shui, you help optimize the flow of energy in a space. You are aware of how you want a space to feel when you make choices to configure that space. You are connecting to its true nature and to nature itself – bringing lots of natural materials, plants and more positive life force into a home.”

Dana also told us that she finds the most important thing people need to keep in mind when decorating their homes is to “approach everything from a place of joy and creative power.” She went on to say, “It’s not an exercise in mental reasoning, it’s an exercise in feeling. So if you’re drawn to a bright pink, decide it’s going to end up in pillows, works of art. ‘art or rugs. If you can’t Stop thinking about a bold wall color, dive into an experiment with a wall.” Dana also recommends checking out DIY resources online, like lonely fox, to see home makeovers explained in a simple way. “When you creatively participate in the design of your home – doing DIY projects, painting walls, customizing things – the stimulating results of Feng Shui are amplified.”

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