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Dear Master Lee,
I am thinking of putting a shoe cabinet near the entrance of my house and I am worried if the position of the cabinet will affect the Feng Shui of my entrance. I was thinking of a few options would like to seek your best advise on which of the options are suitable for my new shoe cabinet that will not affect my entrance (as attached)
Thanking you in advance for your advise.
Regards,
Josh Lee

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These are some considerations:
1. In my opinion Option 1 is the safest bet.
2. Option 3 depends very much on the width of the "clearance". As it is only a sketch; hard to determine what is the clearance between the main door and the unoccupied area. Usually, since this is the main entrance door; the minimium preferred clearance is 900 cm or ideally if it is 1,000cm or 1 metre clearance is best. If so, this option may be considered. With the consideration that the doors for the cabinet should not have highly reflective material especially the doors directly facing the main door.
3. Option 2 is hmmmm.... .....
4. Anyway, for commonsense Feng Shui; best not to use doors with louvers as shown in the attachment. This is plain common or cowsense. Take alook. If one is standing close to the louvered doors and if the louvers is above eye level; one can literally see into the cabinet.. such things are red ,pink, purple shoes, slippers and yes... the smell... coming from the cabinet.
4.1. Thus, if one really needs to install louvers or (small vents drilled into cabinet doors) such louvered doors should only be allowed not higher than an adult's waist height and the rest of the upper doors; those flat surface type of doors.

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On 7/17/2011 2:01:47 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Master Lee,I am thinking
of putting a shoe cabinet near
the entrance of my house and I
am worried if the position of
the cabinet will affect the
Feng Shui of my entrance. I
was thinking of a few options
would like to seek your best
advise on which of the options
are suitable for my new shoe
cabinet that will not affect
my entrance (as
attached)Thanking you in
advance for your
advise.Regards,Josh Lee


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Thank u Master Lee for your quick response, really appreciate your advise... I have a better view now on how to do my shoe cabinet....
Once again, TQ very much.
Best regards,
Josh Lee

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On 7/17/2011 3:01:23 PM, Anonymous wrote:
These are some considerations:1. In my
opinion Option 1 is the safest bet.2.
Option 3 depends very much on the width
of the "clearance". As it is only a
sketch; hard to determine what is the
clearance between the main door and the
unoccupied area. Usually, since this is
the main entrance door; the minimium
preferred clearance is 900 cm or ideally
if it is 1,000cm or 1 metre clearance is
best. If so, this option may be
considered. With the consideration that
the doors for the cabinet should not
have highly reflective material
especially the doors directly facing the
main door.3. Option 2 is hmmmm.... .....
4. Anyway, for commonsense Feng Shui;
best not to use doors with louvers as
shown in the attachment. This is plain
common or cowsense. Take alook. If one
is standing close to the louvered doors
and if the louvers is above eye level;
one can literally see into the cabinet..
such things are red ,pink, purple shoes,
slippers and yes... the smell... coming
from the cabinet.4.1. Thus, if one
really needs to install louvers or
(small vents drilled into cabinet doors)
such louvered doors should only be
allowed not higher than an adult's waist
height and the rest of the upper doors;
those flat surface type of doors. On
7/17/2011 2:01:47 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Master Lee,I am thinking >of
putting a shoe cabinet near >the
entrance of my house and I >am
worried if the position of >the
cabinet will affect the >Feng Shui of
my entrance. I >was thinking of a few
options >would like to seek your best
advise on which of the options
are suitable for my new shoe
cabinet that will not affect >my
entrance (as >attached)Thanking you
in >advance for your
advise.Regards,Josh Lee

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Today, an old client shared with me a shoe cabinet design that not only allows ventilation of shoes but also serves as a door handle!

How cool is this?

This is what I call creative design that kills two birds with one stone; functional, neat and a real smart idea!

Do you agree?



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On 7/18/2011 10:06:14 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Thank u Master Lee for your quick
response, really appreciate your
advise... I have a better view now on
how to do my shoe cabinet.... Once
again, TQ very much.Best regards,Josh
LeeOn 7/17/2011 3:01:23 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
These are some considerations:1. In
my
opinion Option 1 is the safest
bet.2.
Option 3 depends very much on the
width
of the "clearance". As it is only a
sketch; hard to determine what is
the
clearance between the main door and
the
unoccupied area. Usually, since this
is
the main entrance door; the minimium
preferred clearance is 900 cm or
ideally
if it is 1,000cm or 1 metre
clearance is
best. If so, this option may be
considered. With the consideration
that
the doors for the cabinet should not
have highly reflective material
especially the doors directly facing
the
main door.3. Option 2 is hmmmm....
.....
4. Anyway, for commonsense Feng
Shui;
best not to use doors with louvers
as
shown in the attachment. This is
plain
common or cowsense. Take alook. If
one
is standing close to the louvered
doors
and if the louvers is above eye
level;
one can literally see into the
cabinet..
such things are red ,pink, purple
shoes,
slippers and yes... the smell...
coming
from the cabinet.4.1. Thus, if one
really needs to install louvers or
(small vents drilled into cabinet
doors)
such louvered doors should only be
allowed not higher than an adult's
waist
height and the rest of the upper
doors;
those flat surface type of doors. On
7/17/2011 2:01:47 PM, Anonymous
wrote:
Dear Master Lee,I am thinking
of
putting a shoe cabinet near
the
entrance of my house and I
am
worried if the position of
the
cabinet will affect the
Feng
Shui of
my entrance. I
was thinking of a
few
options
would like to seek your
best
advise on which of the options
are suitable for my new shoe
cabinet that will not affect
my
entrance (as
attached)Thanking
you
in
advance for your
advise.Regards,Josh Lee


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Recently, another client showed me another design to allow ventilation of her shoes (shoe cabinet).

This is still functional and "neat" design


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On 6/26/2015 8:16:39 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Today, an old client shared with me a
shoe cabinet design that not only allows
ventilation of shoes but also serves as
a door handle!How cool is this?This is
what I call creative design that kills
two birds with one stone; functional,
neat and a real smart idea! Do you
agree?On 7/18/2011 10:06:14 PM, Shee Hou
Lee wrote:
Thank u Master Lee for
your quick
response, really
appreciate your
advise... I have a
better view now on
how to do my shoe
cabinet.... Once
again, TQ very
much.Best regards,Josh
LeeOn
7/17/2011 3:01:23 PM, Cecil
Lee
wrote:
These are some
considerations:1.
In
my
opinion Option 1 is the
safest
bet.2.
Option 3 depends
very much on the
width
of the
"clearance". As it is only
a
sketch; hard to determine what
is
the
clearance between the
main door and
the
unoccupied
area. Usually, since
this
is
the main entrance
door; the minimium
preferred
clearance is 900 cm
or
ideally
if it is 1,000cm or
1 metre
clearance is
best. If
so, this option may
be
considered. With the
consideration
that
the doors
for the cabinet should not
have
highly reflective
material
especially the doors
directly facing
the
main
door.3. Option 2 is
hmmmm....
.....
4. Anyway, for
commonsense Feng
Shui;
best
not to use doors with
louvers
as
shown in the
attachment. This
is
plain
common or cowsense.
Take alook. If
one
is standing
close to the
louvered
doors
and if the
louvers is above
eye
level;
one can literally
see into the
cabinet..
such
things are red ,pink,
purple
shoes,
slippers and
yes... the
smell...
coming
from the
cabinet.4.1. Thus, if one
really
needs to install louvers
or
(small vents drilled into
cabinet
doors)
such louvered
doors should only be
allowed not
higher than an
adult's
waist
height and the
rest of the upper
doors;
those
flat surface type of doors.
On
7/17/2011 2:01:47 PM,
Anonymous
wrote:
Dear
Master Lee,I am
thinking
of
putting a shoe
cabinet near
the
entrance of
my house and I
am
worried if
the position of
the
cabinet
will affect the
Feng
Shui
of
my entrance. I
was
thinking of a
few
options
would like to seek
your
best
advise on which
of the options
are suitable
for my new shoe
cabinet that
will not
affect
my
entrance (as
attached)Thanking
you
in
advance for
your
advise.Regards,Josh Lee


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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This is another design.

But I don't find it too common nor that nice looking as compared to the earlier two designs.


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On 6/28/2015 4:22:05 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Recently, another client showed me
another design to allow ventilation of
her shoes (shoe cabinet).This is still
functional and "neat" designOn 6/26/2015
8:16:39 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Today,
an old client shared with me a
shoe
cabinet design that not only
allows
ventilation of shoes but also
serves as
a door handle!How cool is
this?This is
what I call creative
design that kills
two birds with one
stone; functional,
neat and a real
smart idea! Do you
agree?On 7/18/2011
10:06:14 PM, Shee Hou
Lee
wrote:
Thank u Master Lee for
your
quick
response, really
appreciate
your
advise... I have a
better
view now on
how to do my
shoe
cabinet.... Once
again, TQ
very
much.Best
regards,Josh
LeeOn
7/17/2011
3:01:23 PM,
Cecil
Lee
wrote:
These are
some
considerations:1.
In
my
;
opinion Option 1 is
the
safest
bet.2.
Option 3
depends
very much on
the
width
of
the
"clearance". As it is
only
a
sketch; hard to
determine
what
is
the
clearance
between the
main door
and
the
unoccupied
area.
Usually, since
this
is
the
main entrance
door; the
minimium
preferred
clearance
is 900 cm
or
ideally
if it
is 1,000cm or
1 metre
clearance
is
best. If
so, this option
may
be
considered. With
the
consideration
that
the
doors
for the cabinet should
not
have
highly
reflective
material
especially
the doors
directly
facing
the
main
door.3.
Option 2
is
hmmmm....
.....
4.
Anyway, for
commonsense
Feng
Shui;
best
not to use
doors with
louvers
as
shown
in the
attachment.
This
is
plain
common or
cowsense.
Take alook.
If
one
is standing
close to
the
louvered
doors
and if
the
louvers is
above
eye
level;
one can
literally
see into
the
cabinet..
such
things
are red
,pink,
purple
shoes,
slippe
rs and
yes...
the
smell...
coming
from
the
cabinet.4.1. Thus, if
one
really
needs to install
louvers
or
(small vents
drilled
into
cabinet
doors)
such
louvered
doors should only
be
allowed not
higher than
an
adult's
waist
height and
the
rest of the
upper
doors;
those
flat
surface type of
doors.
On
7/17/2011 2:01:47
PM,
Anonymous
wrote:
De
ar
Master Lee,I
am
thinking
of
putting
a shoe
cabinet near
the
entrance of
my house
and I
am
worried if
the
position of
the
cabinet
will affect
the
Feng
Shui
of
my
entrance. I
was
thinking of
a
few
options
would
like to
seek
your
best
advise
on which
of the
options
are suitable
for
my new shoe
cabinet
that
will
not
affect
my
entrance
(as
attached)Thanking
you
&
gt;in
advance
for
your
advise.Regards,Jo
sh Lee


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How about placing the shoe cabinet next to the door inside the house? How should we place the shoe cabinet? 

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On ‎24‎/‎10‎/‎2017 at 3:45 PM, Guest Jwee said:

How about placing the shoe cabinet next to the door inside the house? How should we place the shoe cabinet? 

This question is subjective: thus if one encounter an ultra-conservative geomancer, he/she will tell the whole world that this is totally unacceptable.

From a common sense approach; every other house even landed properties may even have a row of shoe cabinets outside of the main door; not just inside.

Common sense says that if one wants to place shoes above the waist level; should make sure that the cabinet doors do not have louvres higher than the waist.

Frankly, there is no exact science or fixed rule as to where to place the shoe cabinet.

Often the shoe cabinet width is 40cm = Feng Shui friendly width.


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Interlude...

Many Feng Shui Masters are actually a Salesperson with a Feng Shui Store in disguise.

Recognise that their motive is only to Sell, sell, sell and make$$$, make$$$ make$$$! 

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Ask: Must I buy from YOU?


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