Personality and design go hand in hand, especially in your home. This happens quite organically when someone is filling and designing their home but there are ways to promote a social design for the extroverted. The following are ways to arrange and decorate rooms to reflect your extroverted personality.


  1. Floor Plan


Extroverts enjoy being social. An open floor plan in a living room is an easy way to facilitate an environment for conversation. Once you have establish a plan that supports a communicative environment, your friends, family, and acquaintances will have no problem coming over and enjoying your home. The openness between a living room and a kitchen can create an atmosphere for personal connection.


  1. Seating

The seating arrangement of a home can subliminally communicate a lot. Limited seating in a home communicates that you do not want people to stay long. Plenty of comfortable seating throughout communicates that you are open to people staying and feeling personally comfortable in your home. This is a crucial thing to consider as an extrovert. If you do not have enough seating in your home for others, add some easy, cozy seats that will allow others to sit and chat!


  1. Bold Accent Walls

Bold accent walls can not only add some pizazz to your home but it also tells that you are fun and are open to conversation. A bold accent wall is something to talk about. Whether it is a fun wallpaper or a vibrant color, a strong accent wall can be a conversation starter!


  1. Conversation Spots

It is no secret that extroverts like, not only good conversation, but people in general. Make sure you have multiple conversational spots throughout your home. This creates an organic way to move communication with ease throughout a home without being stuck to the living room or kitchen.


Extroverts are bold and they enjoy the presence of other people so it is important to have a room designed to reflect just that. Taking measures to not only provide appropriate seating but to also create a mood that evokes conversation of others is essential.