Staging - with knowledge of feng shui

Your living room is the "face" you show the world. This is the part of the home most frequently visited by others. It is crucial to design the arrangements here to create the best feng shui by using colors, artworks, curtains and sofa seats that harmonizes with the energy (chi) in your home. 

Before

After

Before Staging

Entrance of an office space desperately need some welcoming vibes. 

After Staging

An Ikebana arrangement is strategically placed to welcome clients as they step in from the front door. 

After Staging

Feng Shui staging 101: Always sit in a position facing the door. This is your power position. Clients who come in will instantly feel welcomed as the counter is in view. 

Before Staging

The counter was moved from the entrance wall to the far end. This position lacks the ability to welcome clients straight away because it is out of view. It does not offer an immediate direction when clients walk in. 

Before

After

Before Staging

The desk's position is placed in the "second best position" according to Feng Shui due to the windows behind the desk. As we walk in, we could only see the silhouette of the person sitting at the desk as it is backlit. 

After Staging

This is the best power position with a full strong wall behind the desk. With only slight adjustments to the desk's position, the person sitting at the desk can simultaneously look out the window and still greet clients just as they walk in. 

After

Before

Before Staging

This room looks heavy because all the furnitures are on the floor. The windows desperately need two panels to frame it.

After Staging

Look at the power of the two panels, it gives the room a completed designer look. Balance is in order and the overall setting of the room is evenly distributed. 

Before

Before Staging

 

This is an elongated living room. The arrangement of the furnitures were very "heavy" on one side of the room and it needed a more welcoming approach.

After

After Staging

 

Sheer fabric was used for the draperies. The furniture were repositioned as a focal point. This was brought together by moving furniture and home decor from other rooms. This ensemble was accomplished without purchasing anything new.

 

 

 

Accessories

 

Accessories were available from the client's travelling collections.

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