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How to Decorate Your Living Room Based on Your Zodiac Sign

Have you ever thought to look to the stars for some living room decorating inspiration? If you keep your zodiac sign in mind, you just might land on a style that jives perfectly with your personality.

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Align Your Design Style With Your Sign

If updating your decor has you mystified, try looking to the stars for fresh ideas. (And we're not talking about these stars.) Whether you're an adventure-seeking Sagittarius or a yellow-loving Leo, we’ve got designer-approved styles to express every personality type. Read on to find a new, zodiac-inspired living room design that's totally you.

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Aquarius (Jan. 20–Feb. 18)

Suzy Olsen, interior designer and astrologer, says forward-thinking and trendsetting Aquarians have no problem with breaking traditions when it comes to design and decor. With this in mind you can easily embrace a modern, avant-garde aesthetic in your living room. “I envision a minimalist space with shiny, reflective surfaces and an open, airy feel,” Olsen says.

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Aquarius (Jan. 20–Feb. 18)

Sheyna James, holistic interior designer and energy guide, says that Aquarians should ensure that their living space has “a quirky or unconventional aspect about it.” She especially emphasizes organic-shaped furniture to capture this look. “I’m loving sculptural and curved furniture,” she says.

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Pisces (Feb. 19–March 20)

Since those under the Pisces sign tend to be deeply sensitive and imaginative, according to Olsen, you can use your “keen intuition” when decorating your living space.

“The vibe of a Pisces’ living room should evoke a feeling or a fond memory, and above all, it should support a feeling of relaxation,” Olsen says. “I recommend using soothing colors of the sea and selecting decor in soft, curving shapes.”

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