Feng Shui is a traditional Chinese method of creating an environment that is thought to add harmony and balance to a room. It is believed that leaving a doorway clear and some other placement of furniture can cause a home to come to good fortune. Continue reading this article to gain some home improvement tips.
If you must patch small cracks on your roof, using aluminum tape could do the job. Separate its paper backing and place the sticky tape on a clean surface. This creates a waterproof barrier over these cracks.
Place candles throughout your house
Candles can create a wonderful effect in your home. The effect will be heightened if the candle is scented with a good fragrance. You can place candles in bedrooms, bathrooms, and dining areas. Bathrooms especially benefit from the use of scented candles. Scented candles will give your home a homey feel.
If you have popcorn on your ceiling, get rid of it. The popcorn ceiling look was very popular in the 60’s and 70’s but now it just looks dated. You can find solutions that will soften the texture allowing you to scrape it away. It’s a simple change but it can really bring your house firmly into the new century.
Be a pesky item
If you just purchased your home or are renovating it, you know that wallpaper borders can be a pesky item to remove. If you have the time and don’t want to invest a lot of money in removing it, you can easily remove it with the following steps: 1. Get a small spray flask and fill it with water. 2. Grab a towel for the next step. Repeatedly spray the wallpaper border until it is thoroughly wet. The water activates the glue on the back and makes it slimy, which in turn makes it easier to remove. 3. Simply rub the towel over it in a circular fashion and it will start peeling off the wallpaper.
As mentioned, feng shui is thought by many to be a powerful way to organize your furniture to increase your home’s good fortune. When you can be successful in your home projects, you will feel better about the look of your home and build confidence to tackle more.…