To be honest, I also believe in Feng Shui to some extent. This is related to the cultural background we grew up in. Now even foreign countries have published books discussing oriental feng shui, and they are accompanied by exquisite interior design pictures to explain. In my personal opinion, "feng shui" means "smooth wind and water". The most important thing is to let the owners who live in the space feel comfortable. Of course, under the constraints of many existing limited spaces, interior designers also need to help the owner to fully imagine and not waste any space in the house.
When facing the owner who pays more attention to the concept of feng shui, he must also explain to the owner in advance. Understand the rationality of space utilization. Basically, when I meet the owner and express that he also wants to invite a photo retouching service feng shui master to see it, I will explain it to the owner first, and after the other party asks the feng shui master to see the space, we will discuss the configuration of the space use. Due to different schools, each master has a different interpretation of spatial feng shui, but I basically respect it here.
This door will not attract rotten peach blossoms if it is here." "It is better to change the door of the room here so that it will not collide." "The kitchen fire depends on this place to bring good luck." "The bedside should be Only by facing X can you be healthier." "You must have XX when you enter the door to attract wealth and block evil." Every feng shui master has his own way, but because many teachers look at the process of feng shui, they do not take into account the size and limitations of the actual space.