The most important room in your house is the kitchen. For that reason, the Feng Shui perspective needs to be honoured. Preparation of food to provide nourishment and a healthy and balanced life for the occupants of the home happens in the kitchen. While mixing Moses and the Old Testament with Feng Shui may seem out of balance, follow the ten commandments of kitchen design set up to ensure you have harmonious and positive energy flow.
The Light in your Kitchen
If you have a light and airy kitchen, then people will want to linger there as they find it a happy place to be. Fact is that the longer the time spent in the kitchen, the more careful we are with how we prepare and cook the meals.
Don’t make your kitchen an obstacle course
You want energy and flow in and around your modern kitchen, so make sure there are no obstacles. Kitchens usually have that square design with cupboards and sink and appliances making it a sharp room with angles that do not promote positive chi. Therefore, it’s not a good idea to create more obstacles by placing tables, island units, and block benches in the middle of the kitchen floor.