Cliff Tan, Feng Shui expert and creator of Dear Modern shares room-by-room advice for finding balance between your dog's stuff and your own.
Dog beds sprawled around the house, mounds of squeak toys overflowing from well-intended baskets, bone remnants that can catch an assuming foot just as good as a lego block. We love our dogs and we just as gladly let them take over our home as they take over our hearts. But is there a way to find harmony between all of our dog's things and your own?
“Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese practice of creating harmony between an individual and their environment,” Tan says. “Dogs are individuals too and they have an innate sense of their surroundings. They therefore deserve to feel good in their environment as do people.”