What does your ‘humble abode’ say about you?
The pieces of furniture, the curtains in the living room, the photographs and all other things contained in your house say something about your personality.
A Large Living Room
Having a large living room, larger than any other rooms in the house, may mean that you are sociable, friendly and enjoys companionship. You love to be with people most of the time, talking and interacting in many ways. Your extensive living room is, unconsciously, likely to draw visitors as it appears to be so welcoming, like you, making enough room for parties, weekend dinners and family gathering.
Long, Wide Dining Room And Table
Wide dining rooms with long or large tables signify that you are generous and a good provider. You open handedly share your bounty by providing the family all their needs and even unselfishly extend help to your friends. You give more than what others expect of you, like offering your bed to a friend while you take the couch for the night. Your dining table is usually adorned with either fruits or flowers.
High And Wide Glass Windows & Walls
People who prefer modern architecture like high and wide glass windows and walls as those with , over concrete or wood, are optimistic and have a broad outlook in life. They are always hopeful that even in the midst of their deepest trouble, another bright new day will come.
Keeping Tokens, old records of songs and photographs
If you have been keeping old discs, photographs and some stuff like tokens, invitations and letters you are a sentimental person. You value these things because they remind you of the people who have become part of your life and the unforgettable experiences you have created with them. You easily become nostalgic when you come across something or someone associated with the past.
A Circular Dining Table
If your dining table is circular shape, you are a family-centered person. You are focused on the welfare of your family, ensuring their safety all the time. You are well-engaged in every issue that comes up, showing concern, and participate in discussions to resolve problems. At the same time, empathetic. You are like a sponge, feeling how others feel, absorbing other people’s emotions.
A Few But Important Things In The House
Having only few furniture like a two-seater sofa, four-seater dining table, one tv, a computer or laptop, one or two photographs hanged on the wall, one double bed and some important housewares are few, literally speaking, things found in a minimalist’s home. You keep things and live life very simple, less likely to compete with trends.
You prefer minimal amount or degree of things like buying food that you can consume for just a day, small packs of toothpaste, soap and you are never bothered that your attic is empty.
The things you contain in the house and even the people you live with or the shows you watch on tv will define your personality.