One rule you cannot ignore when choosing colors for your home…

When you are choosing colors, there is one rule you should not ignore if you want to be happy with your choices.

Recently, someone challenged me to talk about my guilty pleasures on a live Facebook video AND relate it to something relevant about Feng Shui.

I’ll tell you right away: I have two guilty pleasures. One of them is getting floral print cotton dresses. This is the guilty pleasure that ties into how to choose colors for your home in a way that you KNOW you can be happy afterwards, and not regret your decision.

Watch the video to learn this one rule:

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6 Comments:

  1. After you talked about the teal dress, the video would no longer play

  2. White is one to avoid for me.
    I love fall/autumn colors!
    Teal and royal blue work well for me, as they bring out my eye color.
    I am not avid about buying clothes and don’t have a favorite store. Fashion is not a priority for me 🙂

  3. I look terrible in mustard and coral warm purple and orange
    Khaki is sort of ok but not really
    Any warm toned colors don’t suit

    Colour’s that suit me are bright high contrast colors such as bright cool red/ lemon yellow . Always have red shoes summer and winter
    All kinds of grey and white & black and all kinds of cool blues
    And green except sage green
    I liked the grey blinds you suggested because grey suits me
    I have very white alabaster skin, green eyes and dark hair
    I had my clothing colors done about 5 years ago and my colors were winter dominant and summer secondary just about no autumn 🍂 colors
    Maybe tan that was it so wasn’t surprised to find out I was a Fire monkey

    • It’s great that you know your colors! The five elements are interesting because you have not just one element from the Chinese horoscope (you may have up to 3!), and then there is the element of your personality and the element of your body shape. My younger son used to have wood for his body element and fire (“party animal”) for his personality, but once he hit puberty his personality changed to wood too. My husband was born in a fire year, his body type is fire, and his personality is wood (hard working). It’s all very fascinating! 😊

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