Feng Shui Interior Design

Lighting is so important in our lives and I am so pleased to see that lighting companies are really evolving in their understanding of how light impacts the human being and they are modifying their bulbs and systems to be much more responsive to human needs. 
The Ripple Effect  5I am very pleased to announce a joint venture with Stephen Henderson, a wonderful friend of mine who creates beautiful photographic artwork with magical elemental resonance. I first met Stephen when randomly guided to Sedona in August 2012. I was very lucky to experience the beautiful Celtic Medicine Circle
rugsofa.webI just got off the phone to an Interior Architect Lucinda who called in to my company and has been on my newsletter list for a few years - she was interested in a course on Feng Shui Interior Design. I explained I am no longer teaching but would keep her updated of the courses run by my colleagues and also asked her what she wanted to achieve by attending a 'regular' feng shui course. She went on to explain how she is working on a triangular shaped property at the moment and had always been interested in how she might apply Feng Shui to her interior design work.
    This reminds me, I must update my Facebook travel page to have now visited Norway! What a beautiful country, even just flying over the land near Oslo I could see the beautiful and very colourful patchwork of fields and forests. I can only imagine the Fjords must be breathtaking.
One of the most common complaints from prospective residential Feng Shui clients of mine is that they are finding it hard to sleep. We have had huge success with helping people sleep better, particularly children - it's so cute when I get to help the little people! So, here's another free video from my popular Feng Shui Video series, which shows you basic Feng Shui considerations and other practical tips for  arranging your bedroom.

Another from the Feng Shui Video series I did a few years ago but have never posted. Please note there was a rule in my contract saying I was not permitted to smile. (!) Kidding. Its kinda sweet really, I am sooooo serious about my...

Good to see some intelligent writing on Feng Shui - thanks to Freshome for their kind invitation for me to tell them all about Feng Shui Interior Design - would have loved to feature our newest project completed just before Christmas but the pro photos...

From Grand Designs magazine, take a look at this incredible home just outside of Tokyo...in Karuizawa, Japan. Designed by architect Kotaro Ide, it simply breathes an inherent harmony with its environment. It is a wonderful example of successfully combining organic curves with linear detailing and I just love the way the design of roof creates such beautifully tranquil views from the interior. Love it! Definitely one for my vision board!
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