By Roger Hazard
How important is feng shui to you? What if you end up with a blue kitchen because of its location, yet blue is an unappetizing color?
Also, where do you buy all those huge candles for the show on your budget? I've only seen those sizes at higher end stores.
Feng Shui can provide helpful guidance in certain cases, but it is not as important to me as function and comfort. As for blue kitchens, I have used the color in many kitchens but only on walls and never as a main course.
I usually buy the large candles at IKEA. Don't forget to check discount stores like Tuesday Morning.
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