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Feng Shui Tips: Bathroom Renovations

Feng Shui Tips: Bathroom Renovations

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Feng Shui Tips: Bathroom Renovations

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Nov 14, 2017


Feng Shui Tips: Bathroom Renovations offers you an opportunity to avoid the most common mistakes during your bathroom renovation, save money and enjoy the design process fully. Bathrooms are the most expensive and dangerous room in the house, so it’s a good idea to get it right the first time!

Lançado em:
Nov 14, 2017

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S. Lee Wright believes that the world will transform into a healthier and happier place once people are realigned with the interconnection between our interior environments and our exterior ones.As a licensed Interior Designer, Feng Shui expert, and LEED AP, Lee combines the best of technical design skills along with a series of Eastern Holistic modalities to co-create sustainable design projects that help her clients live better, healthier, happier lives.With a global client list that continues to grow, Lee has created award-winning designs in both the USA and Europe over the last 25+ years in the corporate, residential, hospitality, and institutional sectors. Lee's focus is now on teaching & sharing how spaces can be transformed to better serve those that live & work in them. She does this through online workshops, live events (when possible!) plus through design coaching packages.Lee is currently located in San Sebastian, Spain, writing a new book on Living Sustainably as she lives her passion and she continues to work with her clients globally.Her overall vision is to help as many people as possible to understand the power of space to enhance and enrich their lives. Her Mission is to teach them how to do this for themselves.

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Feng Shui Tips - S. Lee Wright


"Not for ourselves alone are we born."

~Marcus Tullius Cicero


One day when I was very young, I realized that a driving passion in my life is to share my experiences in order to help others. Offering my insights, ideas and information on how to navigate towards a better life was a natural path for me. More than this, being an instinctive Pollyanna, I have always aimed to have a better experience on the journey, despite the often-challenging aspects of life. I wanted to share this approach with other people too.

For those who know me, I am a big talker. When you get me going about something I am passionate about, I can go on and on. And on. And on. Luckily for you, with the grace of age and a great editor, my books are a little less wordy and a little more to the point.

So, why did I write this book on bathroom renovations? Well, for a few reasons: first, it is my instinctive approach to help people to avoid the bad stuff that often surrounds the renovation process, and I have a ton of practical experience in the bathroom and kitchen areas. My Feng Shui Tips book series includes renovations in general, in the kitchen, and now the bathroom simply because of what have been the most requested areas for design help in my experience.

Feng Shui, another one of my passions, has also focused my attention on the element of WATER and its power that can be used for both positive as well as negative results. Given that the bathroom is where the Water element is most prevalent, and some of my own personal experiences with the destructive power of water in the home, I have a deep desire to navigate the bathroom in as conscious a manner for the most positive and healthy results.

My second reason for writing this book is the intense feeling that I am meant to write. This was not something I ever thought I would do—in fact this decision came to me quite late in life. After 25 years as a practicing interior architect and designer, I can finally allow myself the satisfaction of acknowledging that I am a pretty amazing designer. This is not my ego speaking so much as a fact. After having done it my whole life, being professionally educated and practicing for this many years, it is no wonder I am pretty good at being a designer. If you practice enough at anything, inevitably you end up being pretty darn good at it.

It was also through trial and error in my design business and life experience in general that I learned everyone sees the world differently - with a focus on verbal, physical or visual perspectives. My way of seeing the world is visual. Another way of saying this is that I see the world more through my understanding of space—which is what has made me a good designer; however, this is also what created the challenge for me to talk to those who are non-spatial—typically my clients—in a different language that they could more easily understand.

Another thing for those who already know me is that I adore pushing myself to live outside my comfort zone. I feel that if we are not expanding, we are dying, so I am continually striving to do, learn and experience new things. My desire to do things outside of my comfort zone combined with my desire to serve my clients in new and innovative ways gave birth to the concept of me writing about design.

As I said earlier, I am a great talker. That does not necessarily translate into being a great writer, but a challenge never deterred me. I knew that I had a voice and a message that was worthy of a try. So, with my willingness to start from scratch again, I humbly offer you my services and share with you the third book in my Feng Shui Tips series: how to design a mindful bathroom without having to become a designer yourself or learning how to think differently.

My incentive was that I felt the urge to share my gift in a way that many, many more can partake in it. This is my gift to you—my design books describing design in words and ways that everyone can understand and incorporate into their lives and spaces immediately.


Love your home and it will love you back.

It has been my experience that people are often forced into a bathroom renovation because of circumstances. A leaky faucet, cracked tiles or worse make the need to renovate your bathroom more of a necessity versus a choice. Your hand is forced and you finally have to do something about it or suffer more water damage problems.

In other cases, perhaps you just got a new place or you finally noticed that your bathroom has not been renovated for years and years and years! It is the pink toilet and matching sink, the weirdly shaped bathtub or the antique fixtures you cannot quite turn off properly that finally motivate you to take the leap. You know this is your opportunity to do a bathroom renovation and you decide to take the plunge!

For others, perhaps you are totally aware of the importance of the bathroom and you have decided that you want to redo it to be a prettier and more functional part of your home.

Whatever the reason is that you are considering a bathroom renovation, it is important to be aware that it is indeed a big undertaking. Therefore, it is not something to go into without consideration and care.

Getting this book will help you to gain the expertise of a design professional’s experience right away. My recent approach of working collaboratively with my clients with my DIWY™ (Design-It-With-You™) services was inspired to help people just like you to make smart design decisions for the best results in your home renovations without the traditional full design service price tag.

You get the benefit of reviewing your options with the guided assistance of a trained design professional with decades (literally!) of experience in this specific room—the bathroom. This is simply a smart move. Reading this book is doing just that. Take your time, read this book, and make the best decisions for your life and your Bathroom Renovation project.

This book also guides you on the best way to manage the overall construction project itself. It helps you to clarify your exact design style and needs, plus it helps you to discover new ideas on how to make even the smallest of bathrooms into the most luxurious and functional rooms in a sustainable manner. It also demonstrates how you can do this all with less stress and without spending loads of money!

The bathroom is the space that encourages our self-care. Reading this book can remind you of this and explain why this room is so important, especially in today’s world. By the end of this book, you will understand why I consider the bathroom the sexiest room in the house.


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