- Mirrors in Perth hallways: If you have a long hallway at home, Feng Shui says that your home’s energy can race down the corridor and become overwhelming. To slow this energy down in a long hallway, place one or more mirrors on the walls, making sure that light is not reflected between the mirrors, as this can have the opposite effect and stagnate the energy in your home, rather than just slowing it down.
- Mirrors in Perth entranceways: You really don’t want to have a mirror in a position where it faces the front door, because this mirror can reflect all of the good energy entering your home. You want to welcome good energy into your home, so remove any mirror that directly faces the front entrance. If for some reason you cannot reposition the mirror, then place something in front of the mirror that stops all of the good energy being pushed back out of your home. A large potted plant works well or you can even cover the mirror with a piece of artwork or a large piece of furniture.
- Mirrors in Perth bathrooms: You do not want a bathroom mirror to reflect a toilet, as this circulates bad energy and is a definite no-no in Feng Shui. Hang a full length mirror on the inside of the bathroom door to contain any negative energy from the drains entering the rest of the house. Also, go for a square or rectangular mirror, rather than oval or round and try to reflect a beautiful garden view in the mirror if possible.
- Mirrors in Perth gardens: Gardens and outside areas do very well with mirrors because they reflect and bounce around all of the good, positive energy that comes with living plants and creatures. A mirror in the garden can increase your abundance, and when a mirror is placed in a shaded area it can attract energy into that space and when it is placed opposite your back door (maybe on the fence) it can reflect good energy into your home.