What does your house say about you?

I am no DIY guru, I am pretty useless when it comes to decorating - but recently I embarked on redoing my bedroom. 

I was getting bored of the old colours and style and wished for something a bit more. After making my colour choice, I soon started researching the local shops for new bedding, curtains and accessories. Turns out although it is an expensive task, it can be quite fun. Rearranging the furniture and putting up the new stuff, eventually standing at the door and looking at it all made me smile!

Julian Charles has created an ebook that talks about what different colours say about you. So I thought I would see what my new room says about me, my chosen theme was a mix of grey and yellow. 

Yellow -

If yellow is your go-to home colour, it shows you’re creative, but also a bit of a perfectionist. You’re always the person giving advice out to friends and family, and are definitely a glass-half-full sort of person. You see the positive in everyone and everything, although not necessarily in yourself. You often dress to impress and are extremely houseproud. You love having people over so you can show off your incredible abode. It’s always immaculate and everything has its own place.

Well I am definitely not a perfectionist, but I can be pretty creative. 
I like to think I can give out advice, but do struggle to be nice to myself. 
So I think generally this is a bit good view of me. 

Grey -

Grey is a reliable colour; you can’t go too wrong with it. It’s the same for you as a person. You’re reliable, but sometimes a bit scared of being the centre of attention. You’d much rather fade into the background. Grey is also the colour of compromise. It shows that you can be indecisive, and would rather sit on the fence than make any big decisions. You’re mostly a calm person who likes to be in control of a situation. Sometimes you can be a little bit too serious, but your fun side comes out when you’re with your best friends.  

This shouts ME! I don't think I have ever read anything more suitable.

Generally I am pretty amazed as I have never seen this before, and had never really thought about the colours I had chosen other then them being colours I liked the idea of. This ebook is worth a read and I would be interested to hear if it works for you too? You can find it in the link here.