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  1. Lisa Tener
    February 15, 2012

    Wow, we have a small kitchen as well. We recently painted it and put in new countertops, all variations on white to make it look bigger. The tile is off white as well. Now, I’m wondering how I can add earth and water.
    Would love any ideas.
    In addition, my fridge is full of children’s artwork, magnets and schools notices. I will go tidy that part up right now–an easy feng shui fix. Thanks.

    • Anonymous
      February 16, 2012

      Thanks Lisa! I’ll write a post addressing Earth & Water in the kitchen very soon :))

  2. Holly Megan Johnson
    August 7, 2012

    Plants are the best thing for a kitchen.  They drain the fire energy.  If red is used it needs to be minimal and balanced with other colors because of the metal, fire and water energies (appliances, stove/oven, sink).  Best colors for a kitchen are green and yellow to balance these energies.  The more plants you have in a kitchen the more in balance it will be.  (to a limit obviously.)

    • AnnFengShui
      August 7, 2012

      Hi Holly, Thanks for your comment. You’re right that too much Fire is dangerous in a kitchen, and that elemental balance is important. However because plants represent the Wood element, they feed the Fire element rather than draining it. Earth drains the Fire element — colors like yellow, taupe and other earthtones, ceramic tiles and square shapes are best for this.

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