Here’s How Your House Probably Looks Based on Your Enneagram Personality Type

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 08, 2018

Your Enneagram type influences your relationships, your career choices; it even influences your speaking style. But did you know it has a lot to do with the way your house looks? Here are the style predispositions of each type.

Type 1 - The Idealist

Type 1 personalities are rational, dignified, self-controlled, perfectionistic and responsible. They feel like their home environment is an extension of the state of their life and psyche on the most visceral level. It's not just about presenting a beautiful space, it's also about feeling in control on the inside and needing to see that reflected on the outside.

So for this reason, they tend toward spaces that are easy to keep clean - minimalist design with lots of black, white and grey (and the occasional pop of color for accent). Or they could go for pastels. Mainly though, it's about using a restricted color palette.

In line with the minimalist aesthetic, many 1's will opt for geometric shapes, angular lines and surfaces that are kept decluttered and clean.

Since ethical issues are of prime importance to the 1, they may also live by eco-conscious values. This could come with the trappings of modern eco-living: mats made from recycled materials, eco-friendly cleaning products, composting bins, solar panels, worm farms, decorative indoor and outdoor plants, and either furniture made from recycled wood or 'thrifted' goods from their local op shop. It all depends on the 1's personal values. Whatever those are, expect to see them reflected in the house design.

Type 2 - The Helper

Type 2 personalities are caring, emotionally demonstrative, possessive, giving and people pleasing. First and foremost, they want to create a 'home'. Somewhere with warm, loving energy. A place to retreat to, not only for themselves but also for those they love.

So in this sense, it is in many ways the antithesis of the minimalist house design - often being filled with 'sentimental clutter', objects that make their space feel lived in.

It's going to be filled with photographs of loved ones, objects to accommodate during visits (extra blankets, mattresses) and things to nurture (plants and/or animals).

Type 2's prefer rounder shapes in their furniture. Curtains and carpets to make the home feel cozier. There could be earth tones in the color palette, or more likely, lots of yellows, blues and pinks. Unpainted, wooden coffee and dining room tables. Whatever creates that 'cozy' feeling.

Type 3 - The Achiever

Type 3’s are ambitious, achievement-oriented, adaptable, energetic and competent. This type focuses on the interior design aesthetic which feels just like the one you'd see in a public space like an office or the waiting room of a prestigious law firm.

For others, their homes seem right out of an IKEA catalog or the latest edition of Vogue Living. Similar to the Type 1, everything is kept clean, but more so for the sake of regulating self-esteem ('this is who I am').

A good example of this is Patrick Bateman's apartment in American Psycho. Very tidy, empty surfaces, deliberately chosen decorations; very structured and organized and obviously expensive. His home is in many ways 'proof' of the persona he presents. Type 3's are likely to have status objects displayed in their homes, both for their own viewing and the viewing of visitors. A similarity between type 1 and the type 3's is that their preferred projected image of themselves is important.

Their desired public image is what dictates the arrangement of furnishings. For the modern minimalist YouTuber, this could mean having a Howea Forsteriana Plant in the living room, with several other low maintenance plants throughout the house. If they want to project a more spiritual image, they might furnish their home with crystals, flowers, and candles as well.

Type 3's are more likely to have a home furnished in the style that is accepted/or revered by the people working in their industry/sector.

Type 4 - The Artist

Type 4's are moody, inspired, introspective, self-aware and self-absorbed. They have an affinity for what is unique or vintage (being drawn towards melancholy and nostalgia). They want items that fit into a cohesive, fashion-forward or vintage style aesthetic.

Anything that is too conformist will make them uncomfortable. For instance, a type 4 who enjoys the minimalist aesthetic will still collect objects from a favorite hobby to decorate the space and put their own 'touch' on to the style.

However, more prevalently, type 4's are into vintage, bohemian styles. Decadent styles, super modern styles; aesthetics that are moody and emotionally expressive. Anything that has the 'wow' factor and makes a statement.

Type 5 - The Observer

Type 5’s are secretive, withdrawn, cerebral and perceptive -- the accidental minimalists of the Enneagram. This minimalism is reflected throughout their decor, with the only exception being objects that reflect one or more of their special interests.

Type 5’s have a different type of minimalism to the other types, though. They don’t do it to feel in control (type 1) or to create a certain aesthetic (type 3). No, they choose to live with little because it means less effort and because having “more” generally doesn't occur to them. They want to be constantly downsizing in all areas of their life. Less obligation, less to clean, less to deal with; ultimately less energy expended.

For this reason, a lot of their furniture are going to be items that seem to be the most convenient. Couches rescued off of roadside curbs; plates bought in bulk at their local Kmart. Their items will largely be void of any prestige, as they're looking for convenience. The less hassle in accumulating the items in their house, the better.

This could mean they completely buy their kitchen and most other homewares from the local Kmart or Home Depot. Even more likely, they order all these things online.

Type 5's don't believe in excess or indulgence in the senses and see that as dependence on the physical, sensory world (something they spend an awful lot of time fearfully avoiding). Thus, a Type 5's home tends to be furnished, clean, but also feel a bit cold and empty.

Type 6 - The Loyalist

The type 6 is loyal, troubleshooting, suspicious, endearing, and anxiety-ridden. They spend their lives coping with their prevailing anxiety. For this reason, the home is seen as a place of refuge; a retreat from the scary, outer world.

Depending on how trusting they are of the people in their life (no easy feat for the suspicious 6), they may have photographs of fun times together or other objects that remind them of their friends and family.

The furniture is first and foremost comfortable. Plush couches in traditional shapes (as type 6's prefer the familiar). Coffee tables made of durable wood in classic designs. Carpets, lots of mugs (for the never-ending stream of coffee they're always drinking). Millennial 6's will probably have a blanket in frequent rotation on their couch for those moments when the world gets to be too much.

Type 7 - The Enthusiast

Type 7's are energetic, versatile, scattered, spontaneous, enthusiastic and distractible. Their house is often eclectic, which is a reflection of the frenzied way in which they collect different ideas, experiences, and aesthetics. They want it all, and so their homes are often a mishmash of everything they've considered interesting for five minutes.

If they have a personal library or movie collection, it's likely to be extremely diverse, with everything from trashy reality TV to obscure film noir pictures.

There'll be decorative items that are kitschy, fun or cool. They won't always be functional and they almost always will be impulse buys. Expect a lot of clashing, a lot of colors and many photographs of each of their 'life-changing' experiences.

Type 8 - The Challenger

Type 8's are expansive, assertive, confrontational, decisive, willful and self-confident. Their life motto is to 'go big or go home' and their home reflects that sentiment.

Since they believe in both working hard and playing hard, their abodes usually have the best of everything. They have the biggest TV's, the lushest furniture, homes that are either in the most sought after locations or that are physically huge.

A lot of what is in their homes are things they bought just because they wanted to. Items that are the biggest and best they could afford. They take tremendous pride in their objects, as they are a direct reflection of their hard work, perseverance, and independence.

Whatever it is they want, whether it be toys or creature comforts, they won't deny it for themselves.

Type 9 - The Peacemaker

Type 9's are easy going, self-forgetting, complacent, agreeable and accommodating -- the quintessential hippie bohemian types.

They could go the route of a more traditional hippie aesthetic style. A vintage Turkish carpet in the middle of the living room; curtains, blankets, and couches in earth tones. Random objects of magic and whimsy (since they are themselves so whimsical). Fabric-wise: linen, knitted rugs, lots of cotton and a questionable amount of plants (which they love just like their own children).

Another example is a more modern, zen version. This is somewhere you'd see an insta-famous yogi living; open spaces, huge windows, white painted wood or wood that has been lightly varnished. In the bedroom, a lot of white; white doonas, white bedsheets, and pillowcases. And again, a lot of plants to open up the living space and introduce positive energy.

No matter which aesthetic is chosen, though, the goal is to create a space filled with harmonious, clean, peaceful energies - since spiritual, energetic concerns are of the utmost importance to the type 9.

No matter what your Enneagram type, your personality has a sneaky way of showing itself in your living space. Curious which Enneagram type fits you best? Take our free Enneagram test!

About the Clinical Reviewer

Steven Melendy, PsyD., is a Clinical Psychologist who received his doctorate from The Wright Institute in Berkeley, California. He specializes in using evidence-based approaches in his work with individuals and groups. Steve has worked with diverse populations and in variety of a settings, from community clinics to SF General Hospital. He believes strongly in the importance of self-care, good friendships, and humor whenever possible.


Cam1493 (not verified) says...

This is so accurate.  I'm an INFJ type 5 and I live in an apartment without a couch and I'm getting rid of my table since most of the eating is done by the computer desk.  The less to worry about the better.  My wife is an INFJ type 9 (I was lucky enough to meet another INFJ online) and she's very minimalistic as well.  Her being the peacemaker, she doesn't have many strong opinions on buying a big house or getting a couch.  She's just happy to have her 2 story guinea pig cage to her little pets can run around.  

Jara (not verified) says...


I've wanted to live alone all of my life, yet am always living with others who have authority over the decor. It's a form of self-sacrificial suffering for me to live in a space that's subject to others' style. So this article title caught my attention. When I first read this, I didn't know my enneagram type. Just by reading the descriptions, though, I would choose the type 2 description as my ideal home. So I took an enneagram test to see if that's my type. Allegedly, I am type 4. I don't identify with the description of a type 4's ideal home at all. I don't care about a "wow factor". I want my home to be a sanctuary. I'm learning to allow God to conform me to His preferences rather than be depressed that my external environment isn't matching my ideals or preferences. 

JESUS: “Yes, I am the vine; you are the branches. Those who abide in Me, and I in them, will produce much fruit. For apart from Me you can do nothing.  

I have loved you even as the Father has loved Me. Abide in My love.  When you obey My commandments, you abide in My love, just as I obey My Father’s commandments and abide in His love." (John 15:5‭, ‬9‭-‬10)

1 Corinthians 6:19‭-‬20:

Don’t you realize that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, who lives in you and was given to you by God? You do not belong to yourself, for God bought you with a high price. So you must honor God with your body.

Denelle (not verified) says...

So encouraging to read! No matter what type we are, we are His image bearere and can be transformed into His likeness. I'm definitely a 6, but I'm learning to trust God (even as I work out the kinks of a highly suspicious nature). 

Sarah Smith-Tucker (not verified) says...

I am an enneagram 4. An something for you to explore is that when unhealthy, 4’s disintegrate to looking like an unhealthy 2. Similarly, 2’s integrate to look more like a healthy 4. We can look very different based on our levels of health, our dominate wing, and our instincts. 

Torisha (not verified) says...

I'm a nine though when I first took the test I got two and 4. After doing some research, I realized that that nine really struck a cord in me. You say you've always wanted to live alone, but are sacrificial.  Sounds like you could be a nine too. I'm not so much into minimalism, I like things that remind me of the people in mymlife and that I'm not alone. So I do have knick knacks. But yes, a sanctuary like you say. A relaxing, calm peaceful place that encourages worship and prayer. 

HJ (not verified) says...

Hello Jara,

It may sound silly, but this post was super encouraging. I believe I am a type nine with some similarities to 5 and 2, but not 100%.

Regardless, it was beautiful to hear that you long for your home to be a sanctuary where God's peace reigns and He is preeminent. I love hearing how Christ is growing and confirming other believers into His image. 

In a different, yet similar way, my current living quarters are somewhat of a distress for me. I have no decorations, I am using borrowed linens, and the paint color is a pale yellow (my least favorite color). Circumstances have made it so that nearly all my decor and personal belongings have been in storage for well over a year. As trivial as it may sound to some, God has been using this to grow me and chance my focus from asthetics to what truly matters. Although the exterior surfaces of my life may be completely out of my control, I am securely held by the Master of the universe who is sovereign and completely in control. 

Blessings and Shalom,


•v• (not verified) says...

Yes Yes Yes, reading Bible is more important than decorating a home that'll be destroy at the end!!! 

River (not verified) says...

❤️ I so love the Scripture you chose ✨🙏

I AM a type 2 and I agree with everything that you said in your comment. I don't understand the wings or arms (or is it arrows?) yet at all. I have a good friend who knows a lot about this stuff and she sends me articles about it and I am always amazed at how incredibly accurate it all is! I do plan to learn more about the other factors, wings and whatever the other thing is, because that is different from one Type 2 to another, I think, and may help me to understand the things that don't "fit" for me. Most of it, including the home style here for the 2s, is oddly accurate. 

"All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be."  Psalm 139-16b

Only God truly knows how and why we act/react, dress, live, work, and communicate that we do, but it is human curiosity that drives us to seek the answers... To try to understand ourselves better in order to grow and learn from that knowledge. I pray for God's guidance and the gift of the Holy Spirit's discernment while I try to figure out what changes that I need to make to live a life more pleasing to Jesus. Most days it's an epic fail, but I AM learning. These kinds of things really do assist in the kind of self-awareness that is necessary for true growth and change to take place. (Wow. Sorry I just wrote a book 📖 for a reply🥴🧐😲)

Emma956782 (not verified) says...

So doesn’t relate... my mother was a hoarder & so honestly I’d just as happily have no house & go off on an adventure with my loved ones!!

Jessica Bz (not verified) says...

Am a 1 and absolutely can relate! So spot on. 

Sharayah (not verified) says...

I'm a 9 and I can say that this is spot on. I have way to many plants and people are always mocking me for it!

I have an open living space with all light furniture and everything in earth and nutral tones with a turkish rug.


I wish I could post a picture cause this made me laugh so hard. It's like spot on for what my house is like!!

Denise Marie (not verified) says...

Type 9 - I now live in a monastery but previously I had big windows, white walls in my bedroom and area rug from Turkey. So, yes it’s accurate for me, too. 

Debra Goring (not verified) says...

Lol, no Turkish rug but I'm the same, same, same! :O) Love the idea of minimalism but hard to let things go and love light, airy, spaces and adore wood and plants together. Plants in pots indoors and out. Heaven! 

Katita (not verified) says...

I am a 5, and for me, half of what you wrote was true. I tend to like having a room that is a little more trendy, but clean and without clutter. I buy things that will last, investing in what I love so that I won’t have to buy more in the future. That could be because home decor is something I’ve always loved. I am definitely a minimalist, but my motivation comes from wanting a clean and comforting place that lowers my stress and gives me more room to think, and like you said, uses as little of my energy as possible. If my room is messy, I can’t daydream or figure out how to fix the worlds problems. If everything isn’t cohesive, it bothers me and makes my stress level increase dramatically. I like my home feeling like a safe retreat from the rest of the world.

Rachel1234 (not verified) says...

I would agree. I am a five and a minimalist because it is easier. I definitely have a clearer mind when everything is tidy. However, I like having nice decor, being able to accommodate guests (family mostly), and having a home that feels like home. I’m a stay at home mom, so I don’t want it to feel cold and uninviting. Clean and tidy is very important though. A safe retreat is a good way to put it. 

paryswest says...

So I'm a 4w5 (even though I question it) but I would TOTALLY have the style house of a 9. Is that normal? Like I took the quiz and I always get the 4w5 but today I got the 9...and even some possibilities of a 6...but then I took the quiz with the wing type attached and I got the 4w5 and it sounds like 60% me....???? I wonder .

Ally F (not verified) says...

Sometimes enneagram test doesn't give you the right result sometimes...I'm a 7 with a 6 wing, it's really depend what happen on the day. I normally get 7 but one day I got 6 for my result because my house got water leaked somewhere seriously and I'm afraid if it will damage the whole house and I thought too far, then end up that day the question I answer is kind of what I get around from my surrounding at that moment. And sometimes I hang out with my friends, and after that I do a test and I got 2! So test is not always accurate but looking at the whole thing would decide my enneagram type a lot more accurately.

By the way, I don't agree how my house look like base on my enneagram thing, it doesn't sounds like a bit of my house >v<

Denelle (not verified) says...

This cracked me up. I'm a 6, and my house is all about comfort and useful, mostly traditional, not too expensive. But my teens's rooms! My #7 son is away at college, but his room is still an homage to his years of rotating obsessions (hello, framed Lord of the Rings poster and a bookshelf dedicated to his game card collection ;)  While my dreamy, sweet #9  daughter, a senior in high school, packs her room with whimsical things she picked up along the way -- the fluff and lack of order and funtion drives me crazy sometimes. But she just keeps adding to it. It's all about drawings, funny or thoughtful words, quirky pictures of friends. And I love who my kids are, so this article helped me not to be too frustrated by their rooms. But after they move out, all bets are off. :)

Nu (not verified) says...

In my theory a 6 would want a house with a strong safety system. They would build anti-earthquake house with CCTV on every corner of their house. The house is also bulletproof, including the doors and windows. They gonna make password-protected doors and windows. Every doors inside the house also password-protected and bulletproof, including the closet doors. They would put the fire alarm and fire extinguisher in case of their house burning down. They would search for a place far from the sea because "what if Tsunami happened if I live near the sea?" They would write down instructions about how to prevent your house from lightning and save the notes on every rooms so they have easy access to the note when the sky starts to get darker. They would build an anti-tornado room in the ground floor. But then they worry that their house isn't really safe.

Nu (not verified) says...

A 9 is completely different. They build a regular, fragile house without doors and windows on the earthqhake-prone and tsunami-prone area and they think their house is perfectly safe.

Daniel G (not verified) says...

I want to say, "this is a fun article but the writer really doesn't have a clear understanding of the 4w5 personality"


but I realize that just highlights my tendency to define myself based on feeling misunderstood.


My homes are consistently "accidentally minimalist" and always downsizing to minimize effort and obligation...but nothing ever comes from Kmart or yard sales. the few items I choose for my place are are high end and meant to really reveal something specific about my passions to anyone interested enough to ask.

Stephanie A (not verified) says...

Daniel G, your answer really resonated with me so much I had to comment. I've been unsure but thinking I'm likely 4w5 and what you wrote pretty much confirmed it for me and gave me a huge ah-ha moment about my life. Thank you.

NinaT (not verified) says...

Im a 6w5 and yes I totally see my house as a shelter. I remember I had a bad day out in the world and before opening the house door I kissed its wooden surface and was just thankful to have a place that could protect me from the world. A place that I can hide to think through problems (heavy w5). I don't want to have a minimalistic house (glad that my w5 hasn't affected me on this). I prefer someone of type 9 or 2 to bring the mentioned qualities in their description to the house. The mutual trait of both is having plants and I have always believed that a happy healthy family home has plants. 

AshleyR83 (not verified) says...

This is so not me! I'm a One, and this is NOT my decorating style, although I do go for a more minimilistic look, because it's easier to clean. I love the boho style, and I'm currently decorating my bathroom that way. Maybe it's my line to Four showing up? And my Nine wing? 

Ally F (not verified) says...

??things never get accurate, I think everyone can have their own styles it's depend what kind of style you like. Boho style is nice by the way.?

Gigi (not verified) says...

Spot on! I’m a 2 and everyone who comes into my home tells me how warm, comfortable and inviting it is which has always been my main goal in decorating. Blues, pinks and creams are my color pallet. I have fiddle figs and ferns, big jade plants and a table full of orchids. I have two cats and a sweet, loving pup! Worn, much-loved furniture fills my space, beloved antiques that tell the history of my family are some of my decorative items. I love throw pillows and blankets, making each spot as cozy as possible. Nothing makes me happier than having friends over and seeing them put their feet up, enjoying the comforts of my home.

Mmmmm (not verified) says...

I am a 5 and cannot believe how well this describes my nature. Thank you! 

MiaJia (not verified) says...

I'm a 9, and the description of the 9 house does not fit me at all. I dislike having lots of white, it's too glaring and intrusive and sterile, it actually disturbs me. My house is messy , disorganised, filled with clutter that I usually do not notice. I can't be bothered to tidy unless somone is visiting. My home is filled with loads of books. I find my books calming and 'homely.' I do have lots of objects of 'whimsey' though - toy figures and monsters, and TV/movie memorabilia, so that part fits. But why would I bother to get deliberate 'hippy' things to show a certain aesthetic? Sorry, but the description didn't match me at all.

Abby S (not verified) says...

You sound like my INFJ sister.

Dc124333 (not verified) says...

This is completely inaccurate. This is what I hate about popularizing psychology, and particularly, popularizing personality theories. It's not at all this straightforward. You simply took the personality type and said, if this person were a house, it would look like this. Uh, no. I'm a 5 and my house is way more bohemian looking, and not sparse at all, and I'll tell you why. I am very organized. I throw away anything I don't find useful. In those ways my 5ness comes out. However, you have to consider that I'm a female, that I'm a relational 5, and I have a 4 wing, which is why my house is very artsy and bohemian in design. Being female, relational and having a 4 wing make me significantly more emotional that other 5's. Maybe a 5 male, 6 wing, self presevation type has a sparse house, but not me. Also, something recently I discovered about types is there wing tends to show through a lot when they take a test because it's the part of you that isn't so ingrained. That is to mean, your type is so ingrained that those parts that a really you, are also the parts that can be so insidious. How about the fact that I compartmentalize my life, so things are organized, or that I don't like to take up a lot of space or be seen or known, so I have a small place, and when in a roommate situation, I leave no trace in common areas. My boyfriend is a 7, and he actually decorates like you would expect a 5 to decorate. He likes modern, part of which i think came from his career focus and building houses and furniture so came to appreaciate a certain style which is modern. He's also a 7 that is very utiliarian, so that fits with the modern look. Also, he leaves his stuff everywhere because it's like a larger than life taking up space sort of thing, total opposite of a 5 not wanting to leave a trace. These are way more accurate than saying he has a hodgepodge style and wants a bit of everything. That's way too surfacy and it quite bothers me when people not in the field of psychology turn something into pop culture fun and think that this is the enneagram. Try Eli Jaxon Bear for starters. Consider that the point of the enneagram isn't even to identify with your type and have fun with considering what one's house looks like. The point is, to learn your type so you can stop being fixed on that one point. Your type isn't a good thing. It's a fixation that you're supposed to break free of. Now, let me say I do it as well, have fun like this, but please do some research before you start a blog telling everyone what the enneagram is, which it isn't. Also, this is why people think personality theory is bs, just like horoscope readings. Yes, well somebody took it and perverted it into something it absolutely is not. And normally I don't have a need to respond this way, but this is a very poor use of the enneagram in the most surface way. Completely wrong.

Ally F (not verified) says...

There's never a accurate description mixing up with enneagram and styling your home. But I kind of want to ask, are you sure you are 5w4?Because you kind of make me feel like you are 4w5.

Maitot (not verified) says...

Wow, that describes my being 5! My studio apartment is accidentally minimalist, in the almost bare way. It's like someone just stuck all the basic furniture and let it be. I've always thought of adding more decor, but the thought of allotting more money for nonessentials which could have been used for other things put me off. I'm still trying to figure out how to make it a bit homier without breaking the bank and complicating my cleaning routine

Reyna MXMBB (not verified) says...

This is crazy accurate. I'm an extroverted Type 4 and I'm totally into the dramatic, luxurious decor. A modern baroque vibe is what I want to redo my room in, very much inspired by french architecture. I'm also really into bohemian designs with rich colors, heavy tapestry and morrocan flairs. At he same time I also love the enchanted garden look with reds, magentas, fairytalesque decor with a whimsical aura. All of these have a flair of dramatic and extravagant which I thrive on as a Type 4.

Laura (not verified) says...

Ooo this was so accurate for me :D I am a 9 and my space has a minimalist aethetic with dried flowers, earthy linen, and cane furniture. My goal was to create a space as calm as possible.

Truth_Teller (not verified) says...

Fitting of an astrology website, to be polite.

Abby S (not verified) says...

The 9 description describes me pretty perfectly. I currently have a mix of French-looking furniture, with nature elements of dark wood, pinecones, rocks I've collected, and plants placed carefully around. I've always wanted to create a sense of peace in my spaces, and I struggle when that desire cannot be met. 

It is especially hard with another person, not that my husband (I believe he's a 3) particularly speaks up about decor, but HIS stuff is everywhere, and as a 9 I have a hard time asserting myself and asking him to move his things, or simply moving them for him for fear he won't like where I put it. 

Ya know?

Al 6w5 (not verified) says...

Nope.  I'm a 6w5 but my aesthetic is exactly like the description for 1s. 

5w4 (not verified) says...

I do get my stuff in the most practical way possible (many curbside finds), but I'm the opposite of a minimalist. Total hoarder so that I don't ever have to be reliant on other things.

•v• (not verified) says...

I'm definitely a 7 and I prefer something both cozy yet looking interesting, but I won't mishmash everything, I prefer a Hamptons style home, it looks both interesting and cozy, I really need something feel like 'home'.

I met some enneagram 2s, they prefer some lighter colour object to make a home and add some French Provincial touches. They don't prefer dark colour wood. 

I think that 3s loves Contemporary house, because they just love to boast about some architecture things to their friends?.

Enneagram 4 it's actually a very elegant type, they love classy things at the same time.  I found out the 4s I met, their house would be either boho style(as truity has mention) or victorian styles. Some antique adds up as well. Lots and lots of decoration.

I met 9s as well and their house looks more like Coastal style, light and airy, light colour wood, create a super comfy cozy home. And definitely no turkish carpet, it's a no for 9.

Enneagram 8 don't really care about house, they care about other stuff more. Enneagram 3 would love big TV and blah blah blah so forth to bring a luxury home. 

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