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Title: Ren Shui
Post by: Rev. Ed C on August 15, 2011, 09:30:08 AM
Of course, the old cousin of Fungin's Shway is Ren Shui.

The art of carving out your living space with the natural flow of your living, this article teaches you how NOT to force your domicile to comply with an idea and let it work with your living style.

Check out the full article here:

http://dudespaper.com/ren-shui-the-art-of-tying-your-room-together.html/

Comes with a free Ren Shui compass, to help you evaluate the balance of any room :D
Title: Re: Ren Shui
Post by: meekon5 on August 15, 2011, 12:12:08 PM
I personally adhere strictly to the ancient art of Bung Shui.

Much like a river, where so ever I slow down in the house, there builds up sediment.

I also like to apply my Post-Minimalist philosophy to most spaces (sod hiding stuff in cupboards when you still have floor space).
Title: Re: Ren Shui
Post by: Rev. Ed C on August 15, 2011, 12:26:12 PM
I personally adhere strictly to the ancient art of Bung Shui.

Much like a river, where so ever I slow down in the house, there builds up sediment.

I also like to apply my Post-Minimalist philosophy to most spaces (sod hiding stuff in cupboards when you still have floor space).


Sometimes likeminded people can spot each other at a great distance.  Hi, fellow lazy slob! :D
Title: Re: Ren Shui
Post by: Zen Dog on August 19, 2011, 05:54:08 PM
I had to buy another dining table.There wasn't any room left on the first one.
Title: Re: Ren Shui
Post by: Rev. Ed C on August 20, 2011, 07:54:20 AM
I had to buy another dining table.There wasn't any room left on the first one.

A good example.  Don't buy a table for a table's sake, buy it for a specific use ;)