Does your office lack a sense of calm productivity? Are you struggling to come up with the right way to place furniture and objects in your office space? The answer might lie in the ancient traditional art of Feng Shui. What is Feng Shui and how can it transform your office space?
Amp Up Your Meetings
When designing the meeting space in your office, keep walls tidy and clean and mostly absent from décor. Feng Shui dictates that the East wall in your meeting space should have either a plant or a simple picture and the West wall should have the screen or the projector. The person leading the meeting should sit diagonal or opposite of the door as a way to show power and structure. A round or oval table is good for productive conversations, as a table with sharp edges creates negative energy in the room.
Know the Command Position
The command position is one of the most important parts of Feng Shui. If you have a law office, make sure that your workspace is placed far away from the door to the room and against a solid wall. People typically design their rooms so that the seat is in line with the door, but that isn’t the case. Do you have a window in your office space? Never place your back to the window, as the light bring positive energy into space.
Transform Your Reception Area
Last but not least, make sure that the Feng Shui in your reception area is appropriate. Use windows to introduce positive energy into space and mirrors to reflect the light. Bright and light colors like yellow will also introduce positive energy and create a cheery feeling. The first impression will set the tone for your office, so take your time when designing this critical area.
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