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On this page we list practical Feng Shui kitchen tips you can use to increase wealth, improve health and your life in general. This page is not a book, and does not go into great detail on the subject of creating a Feng Shui kitchen, it is simply a starting point offering practical tips and information to help get you started.

Feng Shui Tip for the Kitchen and Entire Home

This tip is mostly likely mentioned in books written by every Feng Shui expert you will ever read, it applies to your entire home, but it is twice as important in the kitchen.


This may seem obvious, but let's face it, we all have a tendency to put things off. We decide the dishes can wait until after a show, or I will clean off the stove later. DO NOT wait and do not put it off, keep your kitchen clean at all times. This is not just good Feng Shui, it is good common sense, a dirty kitchen is not a healthy place to prepare meals.

More Feng Shui Tips for the Kitchen

  • The stove MUST be in good condition, make sure the entire stove is working properly at all times, if not have it repaired immediately. A stove that is in poor working condition is bad Feng Shui and will have a negative effect on your finances.
  • Pay extra close attention to the stove when you clean your kitchen, a dirty stove will lead to financial ruin.
  • USE YOUR STOVE!  Not using your stove is a symbol of missed opportunities.
  • Hanging a mirror on the wall behind your stove will double your money luck (because you can see twice as many burners in the mirror).
  • Try to keep the water and fire elements separate in the kitchen, if possible the stove and sink should be on opposite sides of the room.
  • Clutter is clutter, no matter where it is or in what form. Hidden clutter is just as bad as what you can see, so clean out the refrigerator, freezer, cabinets and pantry.
  • Good Feng Shui colors for the kitchen are a mixture of bright and neutral colors, though many experts suggest using white in the kitchen.  If you use white you should add some bright colors to liven it up a bit, because in China white is the color of death. The kitchen is the center of your home, a lively and active place, so use colors and a design that reflect that, just don't overdo it.

For more Feng Shui kitchen tips and information we suggest finding a book at your local library. You should also consider the services of a qualified Feng Shui Consultant, they can help you design a kitchen that is attractive and meets your practical needs as well.

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