Those with March Birthdays Have a ‘Spring’ in Their Step – and a Well-Organized Home
Born in the month of March? Your home is likely a tidy sanctuary. Here’s how else your birth month inspires your home décor.
March marks the beginning of springtime. Well, at least it’s supposed to. But if you live in a locale that still feels like winter, chances are your home is a delicate balance of the overlapping seasons.
If you’re born in the month of March, you’re likely a pro at fostering a space that maintains the coziness of a winter den with the freshness of a springtime sanctuary.
Organization for mental clarity
Those born in March are well-known for their go-getter spirit, setting goals and working tirelessly to accomplish them.
With that said, nothing can stand in their path to success – not even clutter. March birthdays keep their living spaces tidy and (relatively) clutter-free. With a clean template, their homes function as creative workspaces, business hotspots and a tidy place to relax when the sun goes down.
Oftentimes, a cluttered space can lead to a cluttered mind. People born in March know the importance of staying on top of household chores in order to maintain mental clarity. They also are known to have nifty organization hacks up their sleeves, maximizing closet and storage space.
It’s safe to say that those born in March are good role models for upkeeping a home – you know, by making their beds each and every day, for example.
Inspiration for an upbeat individual
March birthdays curate their living spaces to reflect what – or where – inspires them, seeking inspiration from travel for the color scheme they implement in their homes.
The birthstone for the month of March is aquamarine – a cool, pale blue glimmering stone. It makes sense then that those born this month have a tendency to decorate with soft, cheerful yet soothing colors – like the pastels of springtime. And to compliment the aquamarine, the flower of March is the daffodil – a cheery yellow bloom.
When those born in March incorporate color into their homes, they can often be found leaning toward relaxing shades of blue.
Article originally appeared on RE/MAX.