The advice? Obsidian arrowheads and amethyst crystals buried in the basement, walnut and metal essences mixed into the paint, more round shapes, water in vases strategically placed around the dining room, and seating recommendations: "Don't place important guests [i.e., critics] at certain tables. Kitchen meetings should be held in the front of the kitchen. Play piano music to bring in more metal."
It's not as unconventional as it might sound. After all, two years ago McDonald's opened a location in Hacienda Heights with a "one-of-a-kind Feng Shui-inspired design ... including water elements, earth tones, red accents, and exotic fauna."