What Is Your Dream Home Based On Your Zodiac Sign?
You're take-charge, driven, and happiest when you're working. You want to be where the action is, and preferably at the very top.
Loyal, stable, and grounded, you want to be somewhere where you can feel connected to the Earth, at peace with yourself, and safe.
Versatile, flexible, and handy, you want to be somewhere that allows you to work hard, putter around the house fixing things, and host weekend guests. A three-season porch would suit your dual nature just perfectly.
Caring, nurturing, and a natural homebody, you're most at home in a suburban two-storey — somewhere you can raise a big family and feel comfortable staying in.
As a confident, charismatic, and attention-loving Leo, you dream of living in a palace — or, barring that, a house that people notice. You want people to walk by your house and wonder who lives inside.
As a meticulous and organized person who loves a challenge, you're likely to view a small living space as a welcome opportunity to DIY and pare down your belongings.
As an extroverted, chatty Libra who loves to make other people happy — often by throwing a good party — you want to live somewhere with a pool. What makes people happier more easily and often than a pool party?
Mysterious, complex, and introverted, you want to live — at least part of the time — in a tent. Traveling, moving around, spending time with nature and yourself.
You're fun, spontaneous, and love to travel — maybe a grown-up treehouse isn't the most practical thing in the world, but then you were always a dreamer, and it would be so nice to look outside and see treetops.
You're efficient, calm, and hardworking, and would love to live somewhere with clean design and an organized layout. You feel best when everything is in its proper place.
You're an idealist, passionate about ways to make the world around you better for everyone. Your dream home is energy-efficient, leaving the smallest carbon footprint possible.
Artistic, creative, and spiritual, you'd enjoy peace and quiet out in the desert, where you can get some much needed alone time to think, work on your craft, and become part of a small and tight-knit community.