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How to Create Smooth Feng Shui in Your Revere Campbell Apartment For the New Year

How to Create Smooth Feng Shui in YourRevere Campbell Apartment For the New Year

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Here at Revere Campbell Apartments, we're looking forward to fulfilling our New Year's Resolutions to bring you the latest trends in January 2022. We've done our homework, and you're going to love what we've found. So let's get to it!

Decorations That Transition out of 2021 and Into 2022

The verdict is in, and the new 2022 trend will be all about curvy furniture and home decorations. We love this idea of getting rid of harsh lines and creating a softer, more flowing visual space. Using this funky trend, you can create an open and airy space with minimum effort.

It's all about using nature-inspired materials and principles to add a truly Feng Shui feel to your home. They say there are no straight lines in nature!

Do you think about your to-do list while hiking in the woods or gazing at the ocean? Why not give your home the same feeling?

Using everything from logs and seashells to other natural materials, you can add your personal touch to create a truly stunning display. The great thing is that natural materials aren't hard to find. So you won't have to spend a fortune to get inspired.

Brightening Up Your Apartment For The New Year

There are many ways to brighten up your home, but nothing makes it easier than using light.

Lighting is everything. Create a dramatic effect, a romantic ambiance, or a feeling of grandeur, all using light. Pair lighting with mirrors for the illusion of space or create a stunning display by using glass or crystals to shine the light through. Be creative.

Protecting Your Apartment Furniture

Don't let your furniture and home decor get washed out by direct sunlight; grab some fantastic curtains that will highlight any space and keep natural light at bay. Don't forget your eyes are drawn to the light in a room, so take advantage of it.

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