by Darla Martin
December 21, 2018
Most people don’t realize that when they invite others to their home, their personality, taste, spirit and imagination is on display. Example: If a man has an untidy place, it’s likely that if he doesn’t care about his own environment, he won’t care about you. On the other hand, if a woman is a neat-freak, who believes in absolute order in her home, she’s more than likely a control freak.
Studies show the following…
- No plants in the home usually indicates a person does not have a nurturing spirit.
- Those with an ebullient personality are usually reside in homes of bright colors, and lots of glass.
- A lot of wood furniture in the home is usually reflective of a personality that’s conservative, very traditional and less prone to seek out adventure.
- Many people who are highly stressed have sofas they never sit on, because their main home activity fluctuates between the bedroom and the kitchen.
These same homes seldom have furniture designated for relaxation, ie, recliners, chaise lounges, or thick cushy chairs with ottomans.
- People who like antiques are prone to be eclectic, warm, friendly and very hospitable.
- Those who have dark colors throughout the home usually lack social flair and are reclusive.
- Those into contemporary or modern furnishings are usually creative, talented, and outgoing.
- A woman’s bedroom says a lot about her femininity, as it relates to colors and accessories such as pillow shams, bed skirts, tablecloths, sheets and bed-coverings.
- Where a man’s bedroom usually reflects his masculinity in dark bold color combinations of unique design.