Feng Shui Color Tips
The Feng shui colors that we use in our living spaces and business environments can help set the mood or tone of the area and as such, if you want to great a harmonious flow of energy, then you should try to select colors that compliment one of another based on their Feng shui elements. In general, when decorating a room, we want to select Feng shui colors that don’t compete with one another is based on their elemental values.
So what this typically means is that you should select colors that correspond to one or two elemental values as this can really bring a room together makes things look very uniform.
The five basic Feng shui elements consist of wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. Each one of these Feng shui elements has its very own colors that they are represented by. In general, wood is represented by green and brown. Fire is represented by red. Earth is represented by yellow. The metal element is represented by silver, gray, white, and shades of black. And finally, water is represented by the various shades of blue.
So, which Feng shui colors go well with one another according to the Feng Shui practice? You can read the Feng shui elements guide for more information on which element goes well with one another and help you decide on your color combinations.
Typically, some of the more common colors that you’ll see will be green, red, yellow, brown, white, blue, and black. Let’s go over each one of these colors to see what they each represent according to Feng shui.
Significance of Color
The color green is something that gives a natural nature’s allure and helps encourages positive thinking and creativity.
The color red is attributed to aggressive design and fast pace environment.
The color brown is associated with the feeling of calmness and relaxation.
The color yellow is associated with the daily communications that occur between two people, a group of people, or an organization to organization.
The color white in Feng shui is thought to signify pure thought and organization.
The color blue is representative of philosophical thinking and also encourages calm and relaxation like the color brown does.