How we use Mirrors for Good Feng Shui
Famously called the aspirin of feng shui, mirrors can create wonders when used properly. A smart feng shui use of mirrors will make the space bigger and brighter, attract the desired energy of abundance and calm, correct various design mistakes, as well as attract more vital energy into your home.
Of course, it is very important to know what is it exactly that you are doing with mirrors, because a random placement of mirrors, no matter how beautiful or visually appealing, can often create bad feng shui energy.
Let's look at the best and the worst placement of mirrors in your home - from the main entry to your bedroom - to help you understand the magic of mirrors in creating good feng shui energy.
The Main Entry Mirror
A mirror in the main entry is usually good feng shui for several reasons - it brings more light into the often small entry, it works on a practical level to check your look before leaving home, and it can also add a touch of luxury (if the mirror frame is glamorous or unique).
However, there is one really bad feng shui use of mirrors in the main entry that is important to be aware of, and that is the mirror facing the door. Be sure to avoid this placement in your home.
Mirrors Facing Each Other
While a big mirror in any space looks appealing because it adds beauty, light and a sense of spaciousness (especially if the mirror is beautifully framed), placing mirrors so that they reflect each other is considered challenging feng shui. This specific placement of mirrors creates a constant bouncing of energy similar to a very active and chaotic movement, which is definitely not good feng shui in any home.