Furniture arranging truly is an art form. Scale, unity, color, line, shape, and texture all are considered when arranging furniture to create Feng shui — which literally translates to “wind and water” — and is the ancient Chinese art of placement. The goal is to create harmonious environments that support health and invite happiness. But arranging living room furniture often feels more like attempting to put a puzzle together with pieces that don’t quite fit. As The Tomlin Team’s Stager and Home Marketing Specialist, I work with clients to arrange furniture in our listings to get that much-desired Feng shui ambiance. This resource from Better Homes and Gardens is my go-to for furniture arranging guidance! So, when you’re looking for more harmony in your home, at least when it comes to furniture arrangement, try out these great ideas!