Just because feng shui is about creating balance doesn’t mean that the aesthetic or the message of a room or a home needs to be “Zen”, filled with bright colors or otherwise strictly sunny. Mystery and allure are great qualities to cultivate, and a bit of darkness can balance out light and create a dynamic space.
Neutrals look creamer and a space has more depth with richly colored floors and dark accents.
You can sink into a deeply buttery espresso leather sofa.
This room is teeming with moody, introspective emotion.
And how much brighter does a bright look against the depths of blacks and browns?!
Allow yourself to create the unexpected at home as long as it sings to your ethos and connects you to space in a more meaningful way!
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Really loving this twist on dark decor! You’re absolutely right that it can balance out a room with a lot of light!