Can staircases usher in positivity?
Wide and well-lit staircases are auspicious feng shui as opposed to narrow and dingy ones
be curvy with solid stairs ( complete without hollow openings at the back). The openings between the stairs tend to fragment and dissipate the vital chi of the house. Wide and well-lit staircases are auspicious feng shui as opposed to narrow and dingy ones. Also, straight and spiral staircases, especially in the centre of your house are a big no-no in feng shui. They literally ‘drill’ a hole into the chi reserves. Depending on the map of your floor, a good cure would be to hang an appropriate wind chime at the base of the staircase. This can ground and stabilise these conflicting energies.
Place decorative art, paintings, family photographs etc on the wall that runs along the staircase. You can also add lush green plants alongside to help the chi circulate in the house.
Never leave the space below the staircase empty. Make a closet if you can and fill it up in an organised manner. However, placing a fountain, aquarium or a water feature browns and sandy yellows instead. They will bring in harmony into the house.
Ideally, staircases should have solid stairs (complete without hollow openings at the back) as the openings between the stairs tend to dissipate the vital chi of the house