“Wind” (feng) & “Water” (shui) is the Chinese name for an intuitive, practical and timeless art that seeks to bring people and their environment into the most positive relationship.  A modern term for it would be “environmental psychology”.

The belief is that properly flowing energy in a space promotes health, happiness and prosperity.  Feng Shui a powerful tool to balance our energy or life force, also known as “Chi”.   Different forms of it have been practiced over thousands of years in every culture.  

In today’s world, people are seeking harmony in their lives and holistic living is being encouraged in all areas of our lives.  Holistic implies taking a look at the whole picture - physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.  Historically, in the West, we have put a priority on physical health, while in the East there has been a focus on energetic wellbeing.  Both are now being embraced and united for holistic approach to life.

Feng Shui believes that our homes are mirrors of ourselves.  The relationship is symbiotic.  As our lives are reflected in our homes, changes to our homes can change our lives.   Feng Shui offers guidelines to spatial arrangements and methods of achieving harmony with one’s environment.  The impact is wide-ranging and offers a unique way of dealing with problems in our personal lives through changes in our living spaces.

I believe that our home is a living body that needs to breathe, circulate, and be in harmony with its environment and it’s homeowner. As an Interior Designer and by integrating feng shui as a holistic approach, I hope to make your home the best supporting element of your life. I look at spaces from an aesthetic point of view. I want you to walk into your home and love how it feels and looks, and ultimately have it reflect yourself.
— Sherri Agnew