Today, apart from the art deco, country, minimalism and eclectic, styles which have already become classic in interior design, we have yet another trend, which claims the title of the icon style for the modern dwelling. It is the interior decoration according to Feng Shui.
Thus, according to Feng Shui, namely the kitchen is one of the most important living spaces in the house, as it is associated not only with food but with prosperity and high culture, spiritual and physical health. Of course, most right to give specific advice in specific cases, but there are some general principles, guided by which we can transform almost any room in accordance with this philosophy.
First of all, we should pay attention to the location of the kitchen. It is desirable that it was placed in the back-end of the house, or at least it did not pass through the central axis of the house. Otherwise, experts say, that family members and their guests may cause problems with digestion.
Unfortunately, the specificity of the design in our country often makes us placing food in the immediate vicinity of the main entrance, which is virtually impossible to corrections. However, if to separate, at least visually, the kitchen from the rest of the space you can successfully solve this challenge. Braided or beaded curtains, paintings or other decorative items are faithful helpers in case.
You should also pay attention to the color scheme of the space. In accordance with the philosophy of Feng Shui, the kitchen is the center of two elements; fire and water. That is why here it is better to avoid the bright red, crimson or orange, as they may provoke conflicts between family members. It is best to use a cold color palette (all sorts of shades of green and blue). The best option is the white color, which balances the fire and water elements. And its complements of stainless steel accessories will give a sparkle to your interior.