6 Ways To Ensure Good Feng Shui In Your Kitchen

Last updated on December 10th, 2021

The kitchen is the key to the good health and well-being of the inhabitants of a house. After all, the food you cook there, helps you gain energy to go about your life. As per Feng Shui, the kitchen floor plan, design, and location play an important role in bringing positive energy into it. And a kitchen full of positive energy then nourishes us with healthy and nutritious food.

Look at these 6 Feng Shui guidelines to create a positive cooking space in the house, and see if you need to change anything in yours.

1. Several Levels Of Lighting

A single ceiling light can sometimes make a setting appear lifeless and gloomy.  Layer the lighting in the kitchen to create a positive mood around it.

2. An Airy Kitchen

A kitchen needs to be well ventilated and full of natural light for a constant flow of positivity into it.

3. No Rows Of Gadgets

We all need gadgets to make cooking easy! But you don’t need to have all your appliances out on display. Keep all your gadgets like the mixer, the dishwasher, and the microwave in cabinets and shelves out of sight, for an organized, harmonious kitchen.

4. No Clutter In The Kitchen

A Cluttered kitchen draws a lot of negative energy into the house. Clutter in the kitchen implies that you have more stuff than the kitchen can accommodate. Discard the things you don’t need and keep the kitchen organized to encourage the spread of positive energy.

5. A Bowl Of Fruits And Fresh Flowers

As per Feng Shui, fresh flowers and fruits bring in positive energy. Try and place a vase of fresh flowers or a plant and a bowl of fresh fruits in the kitchen to uplift the energy.

6. The Color Yellow

It goes without saying that a kitchen should always be bright and cheerful. And what better way to do it than using a bright, cheerful color, like yellow, in it? The color yellow is also known to promote digestion.

Let’s make sure your kitchen is brimming with positive vibes! Happy decorating everyone!