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The Hexagonal shape helps you live longer!

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A beautiful area rug with hexagonal patterns

The hexagonal shape is used more and more in the world of Interior Design. In Feng Shui, it represents longevity, expansiveness and celestial power. With its 6 facets, the hexagon supports your home and introduces the notion that things will last. The number 6 is one of the luckiest numbers for the Chinese community.

Here are a few ideas to help you bring more of the number 6 luck into your life throw design.

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Fun yellow hexagonal side tables from West Elm

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Dramatic hexagonal mirror

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Cute hexagonal ottoman from Nate Berkus

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Hexagonal wall tiles arranged in a very geometric pattern for a very chic look.

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Hexagonal shapes create a honeycomb look on this classic wallpaper.

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Elegant Marquetry trays from Williams- Sonoma.

For more information about Interior Design and Feng Shui email Marie Burgos at marie@marieburgosdesign.com and visit our site on www.marieburgosdesign.com

Have you used hexagonal shaped accents or furniture in your home? Do you think that you are likely to use hexagonal shapes in your home in the near future? If so please let me know about it by leaving a comment on my blog!

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How to use Gold in your Interior Design.

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Kelly Weastler Design

Elemental colors like gold are popular in decorating for many reasons.

Gold is timeless!

Gold is rich!

Gold is adventurous!

Gold is priceless!

If you're decorating with gold in mind, then you're also in very good company. Many celebrities and members of royalty have used this precious metal in their decorating schemes.

From ancient greek statues, to todays Holiday decor, gold has always paved our history.

Here some great ways to add a little gold, a little blink and a lot of sunshine!

Gold statuary is a popular way to decorate with gold. If you can afford it, place a solid gold statue on a fireplace mantel, a coffee table or a visible side table.

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Large Asian vases, like those from the Ming Dynasty, are also made with gold.

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Use gold spray paint to create the look of gold or even luxurious gold leaf tiles for a richer look.

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Classy gold accessories such as this black and gold floor lamp

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Very chic wall treatment created by these multi sizes gold frames.

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For more information about Interior Design and Feng Shui email Marie Burgos at marie@manobluedesign.com and visit our site on www.manobluedesign.com

Have you used gold color items or furniture in your home? Do you think that you are likely to use gold accents in your home in the near future? If so please let me know about it by leaving a comment!