What home décor style you're likely to choose according to your zodiac sign

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A new study commissioned by Article and conducted by OnePoll found that your zodiac sign can tell you a lot about what kind of home décor style you're likely to choose. 

Your zodiac sign can tell you a lot about your personality, even what you care about the most when it comes to home décor. 

A new study found that Aries are most confident in their interior design skills.

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Aquarius cares most about comfort, while Taurus loves cooking in a large, well-equipped kitchen.

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Geminis like to have things that are aesthetically pleasing and Leos love large living spaces.

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Virgos are the most likely to spend time with a pet, therefore, gravitate towards practical furniture like leather sofas.

Scorpios were found to be the most confident and sociable but love their personal space.

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Libras want their living spaces to look as good as they do and Cancers are more likely to reach out to people for advice about updating their home and more likely to try different home décor trends.

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Sagittarius’ love travel so their homes are likely to be filled with prints and texture, as well as souvenirs from their trips while Capricorns have refined style and like to entertain so they're probably own expensive but functional furniture. 

The survey suggested that big windows and natural light were particularly important to Pisceans, perfectly aligning with their appreciation for their freedom.

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The Article study also looked at how much people's home décor styles have changed during the pandemic. More than half of those surveyed say they are now more willing to step out of their comfort zone and 44 percent have bought at least one item from a style they usually would never try.

The most bought items in a new style were sofas, rugs and chairs. While some are excited to take up gardening, others went to start looking for vintage furniture. 

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