More Feng Shui Decor Solutions for Your Front Door

Explore front door feng shui decor tips

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Best way to change the energy of your front door is to repaint it in the appropriate feng shui colour. If you cannot repaint your door, there are still many decor solutions you can explore to improve the feng shui of your front door. Muriel de Seze/Getty Images

Part 1: The Power of A Strong Feng Shui Front Door
Part 2: Feng Shui Decor Solutions for Your Front Door

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Southwest (202.5 to 247.5) or Northeast ( 22.5 to 67.5)

You want a door color that is nourishing and supporting the EARTH feng shui element.

Good for your door colors: all earthy colors plus red, orange, strong yellow, purple, pink.
Bad for your door colors: blue, black, white, gray, brown and green.

The Earth element can be expressed with the following good feng shui decor for your door:

  • Earthenware pots (in clay/earthy colors or red, purple, magenta colors)
  • A doormat in either square or with triangular and star shapes.

AVOID a strong presence of:

  • Metal element decor (metal pots, shiny metal hardware, round shapes, etc)
  • Wood element decor (big plants, strong presence of colors brown and green in any door decor)
  • Water decor items by your door (blue or black pots, water feature, wavy shapes, etc)

West (247.5 to 292.5) and Northwest (292.5 to 337.5)

You want a door color that is nourishing and supporting the METAL feng shui element.

  • Good for your door colors: white, gray and all earthy colors.
  • Bad for your door colors: red, orange, purple, strong yellow, pink, blue and black.

The Metal element can be expressed with the following good feng shui decor for your door:

  • Metal containers/pots (in metal finish or colors white or gray)
  • Shiny metal finish door hardware
  • A doormat that is either square, round or has these shapes in its design.

AVOID a strong presence of:

  • Fire decor items by your door (red or purple pots, red doormat, triangular shapes, etc)
  • Water decor items by your door (blue or black pots, water feature, wavy shapes, etc)

    North (337.5 to 22.5)

    You want a door color that is nourishing and supporting the WATER feng shui element.

    • Good for your door colors: blue, black, white and gray.
    • Bad for your door colors: red, purple, pink, green, brown and all earthy tones.

    The Water element can be expressed with the following good feng shui decor for your door:

    • Metal containers/pots (in metal finish or colors white, gray, blue or black)
    • Shiny metal finish door hardware
    • A water feature by the door (either inside or outside)
    • A doormat that is blue or black and has either round or has wavy design.

    AVOID a strong presence of:

    • Wood element decor (big plants, strong presence of colors brown and green in any door decor)
    • Fire decor items by your door (red or purple pots, red doormat, triangular shapes, etc)
    • Earth element decor (clay pots, many rocks by the door, square shapes, etc)

    As you see, there are many ways to create a good feng shui energy front door even when you cannot repaint it. By applying the guidelines above, I am sure you can also come up with many creative, unexpected and excellent feng shui solutions!