A Feng Shui Expert Would Never Put a Mirror Here—Here's Why

Gabrielle Savoie

Whether you believe in feng shui or not, there's no denying the benefits of a great room layout or a room that just seems to "flow" well. Not every interior designer actively practices the ancient Chinese art, but most probably unwittingly abide by its principles, at least in part. That's because oftentimes, feng shui is just that: common sense as it pertains to your home's layout and natural flow. After all, making sure that your home isn't cluttered and making sure the items you keep in your home reflect what you want to attract in your life aren't too far off having a well-organised, clutter-free, and nicely decorated home.

But there is one item in particular that mystifies feng shui experts everywhere—and not all agree on its best use: the mirror. In short, mirrors are seen as having the property of reflecting (and effectively multiplying) things in your home—they can expand a space, but they can also multiply a stack of bills. They can also speed up or slow down the energy flow of your space. So how do you know if you're using mirrors correctly in your home? Follow these feng shui mirrors placement rules and you might just feel all the bad vibes leave your space.

And now, three household items a feng shui expert wants you to toss ASAP.

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