Tory B. Nagel

SNOOP

VERB: to investigate or look around furtively in an attempt to find out something

I’ll admit it, I love to snoop. In offices, apartments, or homes, I just can’t help but want to look through a person’s book shelf or glance at the photos on their desk. All of my snoop adventures were always focused on learning more about the person whose stuff and space I was exploring.

After reading Snoop: What Your Stuff Says About You, I learned the framework on how to analyze bedrooms, offices and more to discover truths about the owner’s personality. In this book, the author applies patterns of decoration and layout to the Big Five personality test. Below are my findings.

What can collections tell us?

Are you tidy or a tidier?

Got clutter?