How to Design a Feng Shui Living Room

Whenever people think about feng shui, the first thought is moving furniture around. The truth is, there is more to it than meets the eye. Feng shui involves tapping into the earth’s elements and bringing that energy into your home. In doing so, you can experience inner peace and comfort. If you have been stuck on how to do this, here is how you can design your living room into a feng shui space.

Clear the space

 One of the things you will learn about feng shui is you cannot stay around clutter. That being said, ensure you clear your room of any distractions. Take your time and get rid of items that you no longer use but crowd your living room space. By creating more space, you give your chi enough space to move around and create the sense of peace you were yearning for.

Use smooth furniture

Decorate with rounded furniture to ensure that the chi is flowing in the house without any obstacles. Get the best lounges and sofas for your home, as this is what will create a sense of peace and balance in the home. If your sofas have sharp corners, you might want to

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Karol Sullins joins Dallas Market Center

DALLAS – Dallas Market Center has named Karol Sullins executive director of leasing for Total Home & Gift Temps. Sullins joins Dallas Market Center from AmericasMart Atlanta, where she served as a senior manager of Atlanta’s High Design and Antiques collections.

Karol Sullins

Sullins is responsible for the strategic prospecting and leasing of High Style Dallas and Antiques, new additions to the Temps marketplace debuting in June, as well as the Home, Garden, Body & Spa and Him collections. She reports to Jo Ann Miller Marshall, senior vice president of temps leasing.

High Style Dallas, the newest collection at the show, will feature innovative and design-driven, home and lifestyle merchandise from all product categories along with original artwork. High Style Dallas will be located on the 10th floor of the World Trade Center. The Antiques collection will include one of-a-kind antique furniture, accents, original artwork, fine prints, lighting, heirloom jewelry, decorative objects, silver, china, architectural elements and mid-century modern decor. It will be located inside Market Hall.

“Capitalizing on the Dallas momentum, we are creating a breathtaking and expanded marketplace for June, and Karol will be instrumental to the growth and careful selection of exhibitors,” said Miller Marshall. “Her experience

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