Feng shui design is fun and exciting and can be incredibly transformative! Look what we’ve been up to — this is the living room in the charming St. Louis home of Laura.
Laura moved to her new home this spring and her home was a blank slate (well, with a little clutter tossed in)–and she was very open to allowing a BIG JUMP in energy for her home and her life–very BRAVE! Here are a few before pictures (previous owners) of her living room: Continue reading →
We are constantly BOMBARDED with information about health–it’s a national pastime: What to eat, When to eat, How much to eat, When to exercise, How to exercise, How much to exercise…the list goes on and the current “HOT” information changes about every 30 seconds! Everywhere you look–Social Media, Articles, Books, Health Coaches–Health Information (and probably some of it very useful) is everywhere!!!!! Continue reading →
We are excited to bring another guest blog post to you all! This week, Jane Antonovich from Jane Antonovich Designs will be sharing part 1 of the 4 part Feng-Shui Series on the MPM blog over the next year, one post each quarter! How exciting, right? Learn more about Jane at the bottom of this post.
Feng Shui for Love and Romance
It’s February! The month of L-O-O-O-O-O-O-VE!!!! This is the time of year when I frequently have requests for Feng Shui Design that conjures up…
LOVE! ROMANCE! & PASSION!
So, in honor of Valentine’s Day (I’m good with making it a whole week…you, too?), let’s enhance your love life by working on a few basics in your home.Continue reading →
We are excited to welcome Jane Antonovich as our guest blogger this week. Jane is a Feng Shui Designer and Organizational Expert who has worked with MPM in the past at our Galaxie building. She designed the leasing office and the Galaxie model studio and did such a great job. Learn more about Jane at the end of the post.
If you’re holding on to furniture or decor from college or your twenties, It’s time to take a Deep Breath and envision yourself 5 years, even 10 years from now…
What kind of home will you be in? House? Apartment? Condo? Cabin? Bungalow? How will your home feel? Beautiful? Peaceful? Shelter from the fast, zippy world outside?
Will any of the items in this list still be part of your design?
Consider how it would feel to let go of any or all of these as you dream into your future: