As Chinese New Year dawns upon us, many of us would be scrambling to de-clutter, redecorate and refresh the home to welcome the Water Snake’s arrival for good luck!
This year, take some tips from Kenny Hoo, Founder and Chief Researcher of Good Feng Shui Geomantic Research, as 2013 is said to be a good year for renovation and refurnishing to accumulate better luck and stronger energy for the whole year.
“This year, families are encouraged to combine purple elements and decorative items to amplify positive energy at home as purple has been identified as the lucky colour of the year.
It is also important to spring clean your home to get rid of clutter that has been accumulating negative Qi by removing unwanted items and reorganizing your storage space in order to allow new things from coming into your life,” explains Hoo.
So, if you’re finding it hard to get rid of all your stuff – why not opt for Spring Storing instead of Spring Cleaning! Pack away all your old stuff and give space to your home for new beginnings this Chinese New Year.
Reunion ‘Makan’ Time
What’s Chinese New Year without the reunion dinner! Add some flavour with spicy-hot colour combinations on your dining table with the Gyrid product range.
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