It’s no secret that decoration and design trends change over time. The impact of life events, the economy and personal taste all play a role in the design trends that are defined in a particular decade, and each period certainly has its different characteristics that make them unforgettable.
Not only decades can influence the types of styles we implement in our homes, but also our personalities. Our signs of the zodiac can give us an idea of our desires, needs and preferences in design. Below, we’ve linked each zodiac sign to a decade of different design-check yours out below to see which one resonates with you.
Aries (March 21 – April 19): 1960s
Influenced by the hippie movement, the 60s were avant-garde, bold and unconventional. Neon colors and powerful patterns were a coherent theme in interior design at that time there was nothing discreet or subtle about it. They love to take the reins of their design decisions, and they are not so eager to follow typical concepts – they love something new and innovative.
Taurus (20 April-20 May): 1910s
Strongly inspired by the Art Nouveau movement, the 1910s were defined in interior design by their natural materials, their ornamental patterns and their soft, rounded lines. The goal was to create something decadent and artistic without sacrificing the natural textures of comfort — which seems pretty familiar to an Earth sign like you, right? While they delight in elegant styles and opulent materials, they also strive to create a comfortable space. You want the best of both, and the 1910s were within your reach in that mindset.
Twins (May 21-June 20): 1950s
With a love of new trends and dynamic styles, it’s not surprising that they are focusing on a decade of design focused on colorful accents and bold patterns. The 1950s were a time of adaptability — people chose furniture and decoration that is not only affordable, but can also work with a variety of options. And we know how much you like your choices, Gemini.
Cancer (June 21 – July 22): 1900s
The 1900s bear witness to the artisanal style. Due to his aversion to industrial concepts, the fabrics and furniture were made by hand and have retained a romantic and unique feeling — which resonates strongly with you, Krebs. As a sentimental and purposeful person, you like the idea of including craft and personal decoration and design ideas. In addition, warm woods, natural light and built-in storage were a big part of the style of the 1900s, which is suitable for a reliable and somewhat traditional person like you.
Leo (23 July – 22 August): 1920s
With the old and with the new – the 1920s were all glamorous and geometric materials to replace the traditional and organic ideas that came before. Think of the “Great Gatsby” feel—opulent accents, daring colors and patterns, and a balanced shape that fulfills the function. Considering your supernatural attitude and your desire to be a pioneer, it makes sense that the roaring feeling of the 20s suits you, Leo.
Virgo (23 august – 22 september): 2000s
The 2000s were the beginning of a decade of calm and relaxed styles. Neutral, natural and spacious, the decor seemed to favor simple things, as opposed to too flashy and decadent. Their practical nature is strongly associated with Virgo-they do not see the need to make a big fuss about things, as long as it is consistent and functional.
Libra (23 september – 22 October): 1940s
The 1940s saw a change from the previous decade – farewell muted colors and strict lines, hello colorful wallpapers and organic elements. The vichy and the flowers were the leaders for the motifs that could be found in many decorative choices. However, this period also focused on the unification of form and function in his approach. Given your love of harmony and balance, while creating a dynamic and welcoming environment, this time is ideal for you.
Scorpio (October 23-November 21): years 2010
Authenticity is the name of the game when it comes to the decor of the 2010s. The emphasis on creating welcoming spaces, but true to the nature of the person who lives there, has been a big part of the decade. DIY and personal touches have played a leading role in creating a consistent home. While your tastes do not always coincide with what is currently in fashion, focus on decorating in a way that suits you, and not on what is considered popular.