Sagittarius Nov 22- Dec 21
With fire as their guiding element a Sagittarian worships the sun. It’s optimistic energy, it’s colors and it’s warmth. Their homes put forth an exuberant style that is impossible to pin down. Unbound by rules and principles of interior design, the natives of this sign favor what can only be described as spontaneous and individualistic. Love for travel is a significant trait among Sagittarians. With an unquenchable thirst for cultural learning, they also incorporate a mix of religious symbolism in their living space. A Buddha bust, for example, placed on the mantelpiece next to a statue of Ala, the Nigerian goddess of fertility, and a glass vial full of colored sand purchased from a souk in Dubai. Consistently seeking betterment of self and aspiring to ones own unique path, a typical Sagittarian cares little about what others think of their home. Natural wanderers, Sagittarians crave open spaces with punches of vivid hues bathed in natural light that showcases their high-energy, larger-than-life personalities.