Here’s a great question from a reader:
“If mirrors are a Feng Shui no-no in the bedroom, where is a good place to hang them?”
It’s true that Feng Shui frowns upon mirrors in bedrooms, especially if you suffer from insomnia or wish to make your bedroom into an intimate sanctuary.
But in just about every other part of your home, mirrors are one of Feng Shui’s main tools for creating positive energy.
- Mirrors add light – so they are wonderful Chi enhancers for dark rooms and hallways.
- Mirrors expand your space – so use them to enlarge a small room.
- Mirrors bring in what they reflect – so place them to bring a beautiful, abundant view of nature into your home, for instance.
- Mirrors double abundance, so they can be ideal in your dining room or kitchen.
- Mirrors add depth – so use one to “fill in” a missing Bagua area.
Most important, wherever you hang them,
- Mirrors reflect you – so hang mirrors that make you feel whole.
Do you have a specific question about using mirrors in your space? If so please send it to me via my Ask Ann page.
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(Photo credit: the glass doctor)