One of the most common superstitions relates to good-luck charms. If you are someone who is superstitious by nature then there is no better place to carry these out then in the home. After all, why wouldn’t you want to feel lucky and at ease in your very own abode?Let’s take a look at some fantastic ways of incorporating good-luck into your interior design…
An elephant is one of the most common symbols of luck. The great thing about this is that African influences are bang on trend at the moment so an elephant adornment would really bring the fashion as well as the luck.
Red front door.
A red front door is a well-known symbol of good luck. The brilliant thing about this is that you are welcoming people to your home with luck; it’s a lovely gesture. This is a symbol that is consistent in many countries, in Chinese culture specifically they paint their doors red at the beginning of every year. In terms of style a red door is a fantastic way to opt for something bold and contemporary. It will definitely make your house stand out from the others on the street.
You don’t have to be a Buddhist to appreciate the Buddha and interpret the symbol into your own beliefs. The Buddha, which means ‘awakened one’, is not only said to bring luck but calmness and positivity too. And who can deny that a Buddha statue does not add tons of character to any room?
Dragonflies are another symbol of good luck. There are several different ways you can incorporate this into the home. The easiest method is through fabric – i.e. a duvet cover, cushions, or curtains. However, hand-painted wall art is very much in fashion at the moment, so getting someone to paint a couple of dragonflies on your wall is another great idea. You can also find wall accessories and dragonfly wallpaper too.
And last but not least, this post would not be complete without mentioning the lucky plant; Bamboo. This plant is thought to bring good fortune to the owner as well as peaceful and wise energy to the home. The great thing about Bamboo in terms of style is that it is highly versatile and thus will look well placed in any garden area.