I would describe my own house and in this specific example, check out these two theories.
Let me start from my room. It is a neuter form, resembling a little trapeze. The furniture is light wood, walls hung with posters of my favorite movies, and finally pin board hung above the desk. Almost all add-ons such as bedspreads, curtains, or coverings on the seats are nicely color-matched to each other, in the key of my favorite color-blue. My family enjoys spending time in it because, as they say, here is the nicest atmosphere in the house. If I had to say what represents, or rather what I reveal about my little corner, I would say that: first, that I am explosive (theme of most films), and secondly, that I like comfort (soft bedspread, pillows on the chair and pufie) and after Third, I want to be organized (see Table above the desk). So much for my room.
Body, or someone will lounge at all is not like my corner. Is decorated in warm colors. There are no curtains, light flows freely into the room. Almost in the center of the room stands a table, next to the chairs and sofa. The walls hold up shelves with books, flowers and curios, and stands next to the TV cabinet. On the table is always a pile of newspapers (although at least three times a day that the table is cleaned.) Recently, because of the birth of my brother Peter's tiny room also functions as the playroom and it is precisely in his crib with toys. Beauty is the first seen by entering the room, and therefore may be regarded as a business card of its inhabitants. If przyjrzałabym the symbolism of that room I could say that we all agree with the theory contained in the quotation Felix canticles, because my mom does not care much about details such as color bedspreads, curtains, but here is that the household of-us-lived in this house well. We pay the mom to this very account, would be clean and tidy, because even the most beautiful house dirty and not cleaned it looks awful. "Non qui parum habet, sed plus cupit gui, pauper est" or "is not poor who has little, but the person who wants more" - Seneca, wrote the so-called "minimalistach. We totally agree with that, because our attitude to material things looks like no other.
Kitchen was recently renovated, but my parents were not exchanged any furniture. It is also arranged so as peace, ie first of all the convenience and freedom of movement, work, etc. reigns a warm color, similar to those in the living room. The kitchen is my dad's job, so often there is not too much space. The symbolism of the kitchen only confirms our attitude against "minimalistom.
In our apartment is still bathroom, hall, bedroom parents and my brother's room. There are also two unfinished office space, the future father and a loft. In fact, you can not read the symbolism of these areas, since almost nothing in them is not. As for the bedroom of my parents and my brother's room, each of these spaces symbolize their character, temperament, generally speaking, their "inside", because they did not describe. However, from the outside does not describe my house, so he is actually my grandparents, so this into their taste, it was built and painted.
"Our home is our love" - I can safely say that I completely disagree with this statement. Even when my family's apartment was not finished, people coming to him did not pay any attention, but were interested in how we, as with assessments of mine and my brother, whether you are traveling somewhere, or will soon visit them. They came to us and not to our apartment. I like my house and do not pay attention to the fact that my friends have a better and richer. I am pleased with what I have because I know that if a typical minimalist stałabym, stałabym also terribly unhappy. takie sobie :}