Your home office is an important space especially if you run your own business from home. It should be aesthetically beautiful, reflect your own personal style and support you on an energetic level to ensure you’re motivated and inspired by your surroundings. We had the pleasure of chatting with Grace from Feng Shui Serenity to discover her tips for introducing Feng Shui into your home.


Make sure your desk is placed in a “commanding position” and this will instantly empower you and raise the harmony level of your space. In Feng Shui, the commanding position means that your desk is positioned so that you can see the office entrance and your back is positioned against the far wall. The essence of this position is about being the commander of your own energy so that you can do your best in any situation.


You should always place your seat against a solid wall as this symbolises strong support. If you’re facing a wall when seated this symbolises stuck and blocked vision in your business. However, when you place your seat against a solid wall, you feel protected and supported, which makes you more likely to achieve your desires and goals in life.


Clutter is a stagnant energy piling up around you that can make you feel powerless. A cluttered office can also create confusion and lack of clarity around the direction of your business. The best way to get on top of clutter is to check if there are any out-of-date files, receipts or documents that you no longer need. Then wipe down your desk and give it a quick tidy up. The space you have created also helps to bring in new business - which is something we all love!

We hope you enjoyed finding out some creative ways to introduce Feng Shui into your home office. If you want to learn more then we recommend you sign up for the Feng Shui With Intention 10-Day Challenge with Grace starting from 15th February. You will learn lots of fun ways you can introduce abundance into your life and quick tips you can get started on right away.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on this blog post, so please comment below and tell us which tips you’re going to introduce into your own home.