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Vastu Tips For Drawing Room

Discussion in 'Vastu & Feng Shui' started by snehasingh, May 21, 2013.

  1. snehasingh Member

    Vastu Tips for Drawing Room:
    • Drawing room should always be constructed in North direction.
    • It is recommended to have square or rectangular shaped furniture and it should be place in Southern and Western corners of the drawing room.
    • The telephone should be kept in the South-West and other electrical appliances except the TV are best to be placed in South-East direction. Auspicious place for keeping sofa is in North-West. Avoid place L-shaped sitting arrangement in your drawing room.
    • Best direction to keep Television is South-East and showcase in the South-West corner.
    • A.C. or Cooler should be placed in North or West direction, avoid the South-East or North-West direction.
    • Head of the family and his wife should sit in the South-West corner of the room and should face East or North-East. This will help in building stability and positive energy.
    • Wall Colors: The colors of the walls should be white, yellow, blue or green. Always prefer light shade colors over dark ones. Never paint with black or red colors in drawing room. Light colors in the drawing room will brighten up your mood and convey the feeling of warmth.
    • Auspicious shapes for drawing room are square or rectangle.
    • There should be more of open space in the North and East corners.

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