Which colors to use in areas of my home?
We should not be rigid on this issue and think they should paint each “area” of a particular color. The Bagua, the colors associated with the 5 elements and yin and yang colors gives a varied and sometimes contradictory information on the colors to use.
Here is the meaning of the colors in Feng Shui and some tips on where to use them. Start with the Red in honor of Christmas.
China is considered the color of good luck and is the activator color excellence. It symbolizes strength, energy, movement.
Yes: Red can be used to draw attention to where you want, for example, into a dark corner Pure red should be used sparingly, always in small objects and never in large areas. Red is a nonspecific activator can trigger both positive and negative energies. Depressed people may benefit from using red objects (such as an alarm or a red nightstand bedside table). Can be used in areas requiring high energy and constant activity as a playroom.
No: in the bedrooms should be avoided because it is so exciting and can disrupt the proper rest. Avoid too much red in the workplace (distracted), places of rest (except for people with depression), and in public places or where many people (inciting violence).