How To Make Your Home Color Theme Go With Your Personality Type?

Every person we meet is different in one or the other way. Some are too analytical whereas others are a bit laid back and relaxed. Some are always serious whereas some are rarely serious. Some people need to have a plan of where their life is headed and some just go with the flow. And that’s what makes us all so fascinating we’re all individuals with our own unique strengths and weaknesses. We’re all going through different things in our lives, and we all have different ways of dealing with it. 

Similarly, the way we see colors is different. Colors are a powerful communication tool and if chosen wisely, they can have a significant impact on our mood, scents and tastes.

Here are the different personalities and their preferred interior colors:

Type A: The Director

These are the kind of people who like to be in control of their environment and their lives. They’re usually very goal-oriented and practical in their solutions. They are also sometimes impatient, stubborn and workaholics. They don’t like restrictions being placed on them and take as much time required to accomplish their goals.

Since these types of people are workaholics and goal oriented, they usually prefer colors that are calm, elegant, bring them joy and make them feel connected to nature. That’s why while deciding the theme of their homes, they usually prefer colors like blue which calms their minds, orange which gives energy, green which connects them with nature, yellow which gives them a sense of warmth or black which adds elegance to their place.

Type B: The Socializer

As the name suggests, this personality type is sociable, outgoing and enjoys being the center of attention. They tend to be more optimistic, energetic and enthusiastic. They are often good at public speaking and other events that require them to interact with others. They usually don’t finish what they start, are easily distracted and easily bored. 

They usually prefer colors that help them boost their creativity, make them feel energetic and calm at the same time and the ones that give them a sense of purity and elegance. Their go-to colors include blue which helps them feel relaxed, orange which gives them confidence, shades of purple and grey to boost their creativity while giving them a sense of balance.

Type C: The Thinker

The thinker personality is usually creative, imaginative and open to new ideas and experiences. They have a special gift for seeing the big picture and understanding how things fit together. They are good at seeing patterns that others don’t see. They are detail-oriented individuals who are rational and logical and like being in control. They don’t like people who are indecisive, get easily distracted and the ones who are self-centered.

These ones prefer shades of purple that give them a sense of imagination, brown that makes them feel connected to nature, white which symbolises purity and grey which creates a sense of balance.

Type D: The Supporter

The supporters are known for their practicality, organization skills, reliability and responsibility. They have high morals and a sense of security. They are patient, tend to be good listeners and will persevere when all others have given up. They are team players and are compassionate human beings. They are not fond of changes and messy environments. They usually tend to keep their feelings to themselves.They prefer color schemes of red which resembles passion, blue which gives them a sense of calmness, cream or ivory that symbolizes elegance, yellow which gives a sense of optimism and gray that signifies a conservative environment.


These are a few suggestions of how different personalities define different colors. All colors can depict both positivity and negativity. Remember that each person has different perceptions and associations with different colors. The more time you spend in a particular space, the greater your association with that color will become. All in all, the choice is still yours! 

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