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How Your Zodiac Sign Defines Your Personal Work From Home Space Style

Because it is important to make sure our space at home keeps us sane at all times.

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We are now arriving in the 10th month of the year and working from home is still alive and well for most of us. By now, we have been trying to find a way to balance being productive with our 20 Zoom meetings and finding peace of mind at the same time. While making sure we look good for ourselves when we do have a chance to leave the house, it is important to make sure our space at home keeps us sane at all times. But what does that look like? It can't be one-size-fits-all. Yes, we can all agree that we all like what we like, but have we considered that maybe our sun sign has something to do with it?

Keep reading to find some great inspirations on how to decorate your work from home space, just for you, based on your zodiac!

Your Dream Home Office Space, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Virgo

As a Virgo, you are smart, kind, and an amazing friend who gives great advice. When it comes to work, you are always striving to be your best. You value setting up your home as an extension of yourself. You like a uniform and organized type of style. A clean, organized space also helps with destressing. So, a nice bookshelf or space where everything is in its place is a nice addition to your home decor.

Libra

As an air sign, Libras are notorious for trying to find that balance. You are very harmonious where you care about working with others and contributing to the big picture in your head. Because you like balance, you enjoy a classic look with a twist. Think, a classic pattern with a pop of color in your work from home space can really set the vibe for you.

Scorpio

Filled with passion and driven by our emotions, is how we can describe a Scorpio. You are very independent and not afraid to express when you need your privacy at times. You value style where color makes a statement. Style a nice desk, just for you, to shut off the world while reminding you of the beauty in palettes and art to start a productive day.

Sagittarius

The free-spirited Sagittarius. You are truly a wanderer. You are really good at going after what you want and trying new things. It is best to feel that when you are home, that it is yours and no one else's. You can make that happen with handpicked art pieces that speak to you and creating a space that you do not need approval to create.

Capricorn

Capricorns are intelligent and detail-oriented. You are naturally born hard workers and are prone to tradition. You value order in your life and understand the importance of presentation. Create a nice cozy space at home that is appealing to the eye with intentionally-placed aesthetics, where you can find yourself most happy.

Aquarius

Aquarians are considered the rebels of the zodiac. You like to experiment and be unique in your own way. Although you like to be an individual, you enjoy being social and work towards how to contribute your gifts to help others. When it comes to setting a tone at home, you are not afraid to try bold colors and prints. As an Aquarius, you want to be able to send the message of exactly who you are.

Pisces

Pisces are great creatives who have active imaginations. You feel things deeply and have a great way of connecting with others emotionally. Pisces are daydreamers and you value time where you can be present in your creative process. Cater to the daydreamer in you by carving out a subtle space in your home where you can self-reflect and connect with your many ideas. It is something a Pisces like you would really appreciate.

Aries

Starting the entire zodiac off, we have the assertive and energetic Aries. You are known for your fiery confident nature and once you set your mind to something, it will be achieved. You are able to separate your professional goals from your personal goals. Which makes you value a good transition from work to play. When thinking of a nice work from home space for you, you admire understated pieces, an accessory that stands out from the rest but still flows with the rest of the room.

Taurus

My fellow Tauruses. You are loyal, trustworthy, and always the grounded ones among your friend group. You are the anchor of the zodiac. Being grounded means you are in touch with the elements of nature and can tap into your sensuality very easily. You value a space that is out of the norm that stimulates your senses in a positive way. Whether it is a touch of different fabrics, the smell of aromatherapy candles, or the sight of nature, you are able to stay at peace while getting your work done.

Gemini

Geminis, being ruled by Twins, has allowed them to be very emotionally intelligent. You are able to take risks and switch it up when need be. Because you are in tune with your emotions, you are very creative and value mental stimulation. You love spaces that can be a great distraction from your work to help with your productivity. Allow a nice piece of art to take you on a journey. Which is something great for both of your Gemini sides.

Cancer

With Cancers, you will find someone who is caring and looking out for others. You are not a huge fan of big crowds all the time and enjoy a cozy time at home alone or in an intimate small gathering. Because you are so caring, you like to be the nurturer––so much that a space where you can nurture yourself is where it's at. Setting up a space where you can wind down from a long day's work with a good book, a comfy blanket, and a glass of wine. Give yourself a space where you can nurture yourself after nurturing others. For you Cancers, this is where it's at.

Leo

Last but not least, the bold Leos. As natural leaders, you love social interactions and do not mind being center stage. This also explains why work and outward appearances matter to you. You enjoy a style change and making a statement wherever you go. So it should apply at home as well. Try out different patterns and having bold pieces in your space to help motivate you to continue being the best version of yourself.

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