Mid-Century Modern RenovationContemporary Hall, San Francisco
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4. Custom air returns. I like to hide air return vents whenever I can. It’s possible to incorporate a cutout in your millwork kicks and have the air be directed from under your cabinets and vent out through the front of your kicks. If it’s a supply vent, try to avoid having the air come out at a spot where you will stand for a prolonged period of time so your ankles don’t get the brunt of the heat or air conditioning.
Clear clutter for health and energy. One of the simplest (though perhaps not the easiest) ways to get started aligning your home with the principles of feng shui is to clear the clutter. Clutter saps our energy, both physically (by getting in our way) and subconsciously (by reminding us of unfinished tasks). A clean, uncluttered home, on the other hand, signifies health and vibrant energy — something most of us could certainly use more of!Work with a professional organizer to declutter your home
8. Underused hallways. Certainly a hall can be used as more than just a room to walk through. Solution (shown): The simple addition of some built-in shelving will transform a hall from a passageway to a destination in its own right.