Harmonious Makeovers From Fun Shui

Click through a slideshow of feng shui-inspired makeovers from Stephanie McWilliams' show Fun Shui.

  • Before: Uncomfortable Bedroom
    Robert and Laurie Honor just moved into a house that they love, but there has been an unexpected problem — they can't sleep and don't know why. Host Stephanie McWilliams has some feng shui solutions for a restful night.

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  • After: Serene Bedroom Retreat
    McWilliams changes the position of the bed and adds privacy to the room. In addition, she removes all of the non-restful features from around the bed and replaces them with comfortable, relaxing elements.

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  • Before: Boring Beige and White
    Paul and Stanzi Pouthier have both reached a standstill in their professional lives and are trying to find the inspiration to help them turn their artistic passions into careers. McWilliams hopes that by remodeling their outdated and uninspiring kitchen, the couple will be sparked to lift themselves out of their dead-end jobs and make a change for their family.

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  • After: Warm and Inviting Palette
    The kitchen is transformed into an inspiring and intimate space, filled with a combination of natural, Zen-like elements and dynamic, stylish features.

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  • Before: Boring Beige
    Matt and Ann Margaret McAdams just bought their first house in Emerson, N.J. Although both are excited about the new house and their new baby, they're missing one thing — friends.

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  • After: Warm Brown Tones
    McWilliams and the Fun Shui design team turns the living room into a warm and inviting place. They rearrange the furniture to take advantage of the view and to create a more intimate setting for gatherings.

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  • Before: Drab and Boring Patty and Jay live in a four-bedroom home in Maplewood, N.J., with their three kids. They need a personal oasis for two, where they can relax and spend time as a couple.

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  • After: Romantic Setting
    Host Stephanie McWilliams suggests a whole new color scheme of apricot and orange to create a romantic backdrop for the bedroom. To give them a more restful sleep, the bed is moved out of the pathway of energy coming through the door.

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  • Before: Overcrowded Office
    Karen and Donald Graves are seeking financial stability to support their two kids, and Karen would love a more creative outlet for her outgoing personality. However, their cramped home office can only fit one person at a time and is as disorganized as a playroom.

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  • After: Organized and Comfortable
    Since the Graves are looking for help with their finances, host Stephanie McWilliams moves the home office into the wealth area of the house on the first floor, which is the current location of a bland unused dining room.

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  • Before: Mismatched Design
    Joan is a single mother of two with a full-time job and a full plate of responsibilities. She's so stressed that she barely has time for herself. In addition, her oversized and unused living room is in desperate need of a makeover.

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  • After: Energized Living Space
    Since the living room is so big, it takes up three different areas of the interactive floor plan — knowledge, health and family. McWilliams breaks the space into three smaller areas for working out, socializing and meditating.

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  • Before: Dark Blue Cave
    Anuj and Kamala Uppal have a beautiful house but it seems to be full of bad luck. Host Stephanie McWilliams thinks their dark cavernous bedroom could be a cause of the problems and starts on a redesign to give them the luck they need.

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  • After: Golden Retreat
    Since the bedroom is located in the fortune area of the house, McWilliams chooses uplifting colors, lush plants and rich bedding to secure a positive feeling.

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