Feng Shui by Clear Englebert

Posts filed under: Furniture

Feng Shui & Interior Hammocks

We usually think of hammocks as outdoor furniture, but I’ve often recommended that clients put a hammock in a large unused room. Unused rooms are too yin for a home,...... Read More

Even More Feng Shui and Architectural Digest (The Silly and the Great)

This is what happens when you’ve got as many back issues as I’ve still got—but the pile is rapidly dwindling. Let’s start with some silly things, such as this ad...... Read More

Winston Churchill, Feng Shui and Dining Chairs

Ten years ago, I used to start my lectures with these words: “Winston Churchill said, ‘We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.’” That was around the time that Feng...... Read More

Feng Shui & the Tabouret (or Tabourette)

I’d never seen or heard that word before—‘til I was browsing in an old 1923 Sears catalogue. There on page 609 was an etching of a small (17 inches high...... Read More

Feng Shui & Vintage Furniture

To be feng shui-friendly, furniture should have rounded vertical corners. The rounded corners will not cause “poison arrows” which are caused by right-angle vertical corners. The fastest way to find...... Read More