Sunday, September 29, 2019

5 Positive Energy Home Decor Ideas - Keep Your Home Calm to Carry On



There are multiple ways to encourage positive energy in your home. The most common technique is to implement Feng Shui principles. 

However, today we'll focus on simple positive energy decorating symbols to incorporate into everyday pieces.

1. Butterflies

Butterflies symbolize renewal, hope, transformation, spirituality, and growth. 

If you or other friends and family members survived challenging times, then to symbolize transformation, feature butterfly decor pieces. If larger items aren't your thing, add small decorative pieces such as butterfly mugs or candles.

For larger impact butterfly decor ideas, you could include a unique butterfly area rug or check out these incredible butterfly sheer drapes. They're gorgeous!

2. The Dragonfly

Like the butterfly, the dragonfly also symbolizes transformation. However, this symbolic transformation is usually in the area of spiritual and mental growth. 

When you want pieces that encourage the advancement of the soul, add dragonfly decor. Here are a few ideas; dragonfly throw blankets, pillows, wall art, and bedding. 

For an especially unique dragonfly piece, check out this colorful and gorgeous Tiffany Dragonfly Lamp!. 

3. The Lotus Flower

The Lotus flower represents sacred creation, divine birth and advancing spiritually. If you're trying to conceive, you may want to consider a gorgeous Lotus Bedding set. In fact, add Lotus items sporadically throughout the home. 

4. The Bluebird of Happiness

Yes, it really is an ancient symbol of cheerfulness, good health, and prosperity. When you'd like to enhance the mood in a room, include the bluebird of happiness in decor pieces. Since people gather in the kitchen and family rooms, that's an excellent place to feature the birdie. Display the bluebird in dishware, mugs, a wall clock, or this magnificent piece of wall art.

5. The Peony Flower

Peonies are the symbol of romance, a happy marriage, compassion, and wealth. To take advantage of these traits, feature Peony home decor items in the bedroom.

You've probably noticed that most of the symbols are intertwined in their meaning. However, there are differences. Use those subtle differences to determine which room each one belongs in.













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5 comments:

  1. I love all of these beautiful creations! I would naturally include them in my home decor without even thinking about it. No question in my mind at all that they spark positive energy. Either one brings a smile to my face when I see them inside or out.

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    1. Thanks Cynthia, I love those butterfly drapes I mention, there an omg, I need those :)

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  2. My son & DIL have real butterflies on their screened in back porch. They have milkweed growing in their yard and throughout the season they bring the tiny Monarch caterpillars in on the leaves of the milkweed and keep them in a special glass container until they hatch, then put the Monarch Butterflies on the screens of the porch until their wings are dry, then release them outdoors. I'm sure this brings positive energy to their porch, and subsequently to their home. I know it makes them happy to be helping preserve and sustain the Monarch Butterfly population.

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    1. WOW! that is amazing. Totally peaceful I'm sure, and so rewarding. What a beautiful thing to do and I have to agree, it can only help the energy in their home.

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  3. I am especially drawn to the dragonfly symbolism (since it is especially pertinent to women's transformation). A friend of mine gave me a lovely original painting of Monarch butterflies which makes my guest bedroom especially uplifting. I think it is important to be aware of the energy we are bringing into our home.

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