Decluttering & Organizing

How to Organize Your House with Feng Shui Rules

Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art of organizing living spaces to harmonize individuals with their environment. It’s not just about having a fashionable interior design or fancy furniture; it's about creating a space where invisible energy, called Qi, flows freely, promoting health, happiness, and success. Here are some guidelines to help you organize your home according to Feng Shui principles.

General tips

The front door is an entrance of the whole Qi energy, thus the most important space in our house.
The front door is an entrance of the whole Qi energy, thus the most important space in our house.

The most important aspect of Feng Shui is tidiness. Begin by decluttering your house, which allows Qi to flow unobstructed. Previously, I presented how to declutter your house with Feng Shui rules, which you should start with. Once you've decluttered, continue with a thorough cleaning of your home, and then focus on interior design, decorating, and arranging furniture in each room to maintain a good energy flow. Here are some general tips to start with:

  1. Front Door: The front door is the main entrance of Qi energy. Ensure it remains decluttered and unobstructed to allow energy to flow freely into your home.

  2. Windows: Clean windows regularly to let natural light flood your rooms, enhancing the energy.

  3. Plants: Keep plants healthy and thriving. Avoid dry or dying plants as they can disrupt the positive energy flow.

  4. Cabinets: Ensure all cabinets are closed to maintain an organized appearance and smooth energy circulation.


Your bedroom is a sanctuary for rest and rejuvenation. Here’s how to optimize it:

  1. Remove Electronics: Eliminate all electronic devices from your bedroom to avoid electromagnetic fields that can disturb sleep.

  2. Air Quality: Regularly air out the room or sleep with a slightly open window to ensure fresh air circulation.

  3. Bed Placement: Place your bed against a wall with free space in front, and avoid hanging mirrors directly opposite the bed as they can disrupt sleep.

  4. Natural Fabrics: Use natural and warm fabrics to enhance the quality of energy.

  5. Lighting: Opt for warm, soft lighting with low intensity. Light candles occasionally to calm the mind and eliminate electromagnetic radiation.

  6. No Plants: Avoid keeping plants in the bedroom as they can disrupt the energy balance.


Best color shades for your kitchen are white and different kinds of cream.
Best color shades for your kitchen are white and different kinds of cream.

The kitchen is the heart of the home, where meals are prepared to nourish life energy:

  1. Cleanliness: Keep the kitchen neat and tidy to promote positive energy.

  2. Lighting: Ensure proper lighting to keep the kitchen bright and welcoming.

  3. Colors: Use white, beige, or cream as the main colors to create a calm and clean atmosphere.

  4. Appliance Placement: Keep the stove (fire element) separate from the sink and fridge (water elements) to balance the energies.

  5. Sink by the Window: If possible, place the sink by a window with a pleasant view.

  6. Furniture: Use wooden furniture with circular edges to promote harmony.

  7. Sharp Objects: Store knives and other sharp objects out of sight to maintain a peaceful environment.


The bathroom, connected to water, symbolizes wealth in Feng Shui:

  1. Prevent Leaks: Ensure there are no water leaks as they can symbolize loss of wealth.

  2. Mirrors: Use mirrors to brighten and enlarge the space but avoid placing them opposite doors or windows.

  3. Store Electronics: Keep hair dryers and other electronic devices in drawers.

  4. Ventilation: Maintain good ventilation to control humidity and ensure a fresh atmosphere.

  5. Aromatics: Use air fresheners or essential oils to maintain a pleasant scent.

  6. Toilet: Always close the toilet seat cover and keep the bathroom door closed to prevent energy from escaping.

Living room

Maintain a good Qi energy flow will create a cozy atmosphere for you and your guests.
Maintain a good Qi energy flow will create a cozy atmosphere for you and your guests.

The living room is the social hub of your home:

  1. Lighting: Ensure the room is well-lit with bright, warm colors to create a stimulating atmosphere. Avoid using too much white, which can symbolize grief.

  2. Furniture Arrangement: Place the sofa facing the door, never the opposite way. Use round or oval wooden tables to promote harmony.

  3. TV Placement: Avoid placing the TV at the central point of the living room. Consider keeping it in a closed cabinet.

  4. Decor: Add a nice carpet or rug on the floor and place flowers on the windowsill to enhance the energy.

  5. Cleanliness: Keep the living room clean and free of clutter to maintain a positive energy flow.

It is seriously worth trying to consciously create and organize your environment. If you apply our guidelines you will certainly feel better and it will affect your sense of security, comfort, health, and harmony with the environment.


Organizing your house with Feng Shui principles can significantly enhance your living environment, promoting a sense of security, comfort, health, and harmony. By following these guidelines, you’ll create a space that not only looks inviting but also feels balanced and positive. For more tips on organizing and decorating your home, explore our blog and discover the benefits of a well-ordered space. Don't forget to start by decluttering your house with Feng Shui rules to set the foundation for a harmonious home.