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Decor Ideas for Pisces Zodiac Sign

The mermaid of all zodiac signs, the Pisces home should feel ethereal. Here are some simple room decor ideas to help harmonize the sensitive, fluid and sympathetic zodiac energy of a Pisces mermaid.

About the Pisces Sign

Born February 19 – March 20, Pisces are generally laidback and agreeable. The last of the signs on zodiac calendar, Pisces is a water sign – represented by two fish and governed by Neptune and Jupiter. Pisces are often loved by everyone for their remarkable empathy, compassion, and calmness. Of all the signs, it is generally regarded as the most emotionally intelligent.

Pisces Room Colors

Pisces’ main color is lavender, and its secondary color is sea green. A soft, flowy palette will connect Pisces with its inner aura.

Pisces Style Ideas

Part moody, part mystical, part royal, shades of light violet are the perfect starting point for decorating a Pisces home. Endearingly referred to as the ‘mermaid’ of all the signs, Pisces thrives in a home that feels ethereal. Let soft patterns like marble and gradient bring out a light color palette.

Pisces Room Decor . . . Here's What to Avoid: Avoid a clean, clinical feel. Like the mermaids of myths, Pisces are attracted to natural materials and elegant fabrics. Along with visual reminders of the sea, aromatherapy is important to your wellbeing. Incorporate scented candles with notes of sage, sea moss and coconuts. Have calming water sounds as your “white noise” – whether through prerecorded music or live indoor fountains!
Pisces are sentimental creatures, so hang up decor with meaning. Throw in splashes of your favorite color and choose art images of your favorite landscapes. At the end of the day, remember that the Pisces is considered the most intuitive of all the water signs, so don’t be afraid to trust your instincts when it comes to home design and decor.

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