Your star-sign can present itself in mysterious ways; one way is your stellar room décor. The bedroom layout, trinkets, and even the neatness of your bed spread can all reflect your celestial personality traits. Find out if your room suits your star-sign below:
Those born under the sign of the ram are passionate, motivated, and dripping with confidence. An Arien bedroom tends to showcase the fruits of their hard-work, either through lavishly framed art-works, sporting pennants, or even trophies. Rams are total spendthrifts, so their bedroom is probably loaded up with tech.
Taurans hardly leave their rooms except to work so expect plenty of creature-comforts in their pads. They choose to invest their money wisely in quality goods, so you’ll find the finest feather doonas and fluffy rugs. The steadfast nature of the Taurus may even be reflected by the heavy furniture they choose. They also love to let their pets keep them company.
Geminis love to spring clean their rooms. Every season will require new stellar room décor, from pastel coloured sheets to festive wall art. They can’t decide on a particular aesthetic, so instead, their bedrooms are a mishmash of different styles. Expect plenty of plants and half-finished crafts.
This imaginative sign will decorate their room with all their favourite pop-culture references, from vinyl figures to posters. Cancers are emotional so you may find relics from their childhood, like stuffed teddies or cringey boy-band CDs that they can’t bear to part with littered around their room.
As the King over all the other zodiacs, the Leo’s stellar room décor will illustrate their royal nature. Their style is preppy and expensive. As an impatient sign, they’ll want whatever’s trending in interior design at a moment’s notice. Leo’s will take care to keep their room light and spacious with lots of neutral colours.
The stellar room décor of a Virgo reveals their arty, peaceful vibe. Their bedroom will be filled with warm, relaxing colours. Virgo’s bedrooms are always clean but walk a fine line between cluttered and overly-sentimental. These bedrooms generally have flowers, fake or fresh.
Librans aspire to have an aesthetically-minimalist room but love vibrant patterns and colours too much for that dream to come to pass. Instead, their bedrooms are usually self-indulgent with clashing wall-art and way too many candles that smell like baked goods.
While these bedrooms look like a mess at first, it’s actually a delicate ecosystem of emo-band posters, textured pillows, and bedsheets filled with toast crumbs. Scorpios’ stellar room décor is a multi-sensory experience, as they play music so loud it vibrates the floor.
Sagittarians love adventure and their bedrooms serve as a living testament to all the travels they have been on. Their stellar room décor will always incorporate polaroids, an inspo board filled with quotes, and trinkets from all the memories they’ve made with friends.
Capricorn bedrooms are incredibly organised, featuring bookshelves co-ordinated if not by alphabet, by spine colour at the very least. Their bed will be made immaculately with just the right amount of throw pillows. To complete their stellar room décor, they’ll have a desk piled high with neatly written homework.
Aquarians can really nail the minimalist vibe. Their natural analytical skills and easy-going nature make it easy for them to strip their bedrooms down to just the essentials. They hate keeping screens in their room but hate alarm clocks even more. This room is the ultimate chill space.
Pisces would make their room one giant blanket fort if they could. Instead, they make do with stellar room décor that conveys their deep love of sleep. Pisces don’t try for a particular style. They prefer muted colours, faint smelling incense, and views of neighbouring forests over cityscapes.
What does your bedroom look like? How does your stellar room décor differ? Comment below.
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