Statement Furniture Pieces for Each MBTI Personality (Part 2)

If you didn’t find your personality type last week, don’t think we forgot you!

By Nurul Dina / 10 August 2021
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Welcome back!

In this second part, we will go through the remaining 8 MBTI personalities and the statement pieces that complement their identities. From couches, walls, desks and even plants, no one gets left behind!

If you did not find your personality type in the previous article, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered in this one!


ENFJ (Extraverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging)- Vibrant Couch


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ENFJs are old souls, and are often known as ‘The Mom Friend.’ Warm, loyal, and sensitive, this personality type has a penchant for influencing how people behave and are able to sense how people are feeling. 

A vibrant couch is the furniture incarnation of this MBTI personality type. Bright and providing comfort to others, ENFJs will feel drawn to this type of couches with their home guests in mind!

Constantly devoting their time to others, often to their own detriment, ENFJs are cautioned to remember to allocate some ‘me-time’ for their own self-care. A vibrant couch is perfect for them to relax in, and just chill, for once. 


INFJ (Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging)- Nook With a Bench


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INFJs can usually be found participating in protests and marches, as they are not afraid of standing up for what is right. Idealistic and advocative, they are unapologetic about doing what is needed to make the world a better place.

Always spending time in their heads, a bench with a nook is perfect for INFJs to look out the window and explore their inner thoughts. This gives them a safe space to think and reflect on their decisions, as well as to organise their next steps. 

Individuals with this personality type are rare, making up only 3% of the human population. So if you find one, get to know them a bit more. They definitely have plenty to offer!

Better yet, spend some time on that bench with them!


ESTP (Extraverted, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving) – Accent Wall


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ESTPs can be a little dramatic sometimes. They can also be insensitive and impulsive. But before you judge them too harshly, they are warm at heart and always walk their talk. 

Bold and constantly breaking the norm, accent walls are a perfect representation of this personality type. They have the need to see, feel, and touch everything — a bare wall would simply drive them crazy


ISTP (Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving)- Hidden Furniture


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ISTPs are multi-taskers and problem solvers. Logical and rational, they are more interested in the how’s rather than the why’s. 

Hidden furniture is as practical as it can get, complementing this personality type’s need to always be on the go with starting new projects and temporarily storing away old ones out of sight. Their spaces tend to be minimalistic, dedicated to constructing the said projects. 

Getting to know someone with this personality type might be difficult in the beginning, but once you do, they will definitely enchant you with how smart and creative they are. 


ESFP (Extraverted, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving) – Floor-length Mirror


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ESFPs adore the spotlight. 

While they are not narcissists, this personality type spends a lot of time in front of mirrors to analyse their appearance. Once satisfied, they are ready to take on the world! An ESFP’s internal confidence relates closely to how they feel regarding themselves. Despite being extroverted and having a carefree attitude, they can be sensitive and have bouts of low self-esteem. 

Remember to shower your ESFP friends with compliments! Kind words will go a long way towards boosting their inner confidence. 


ISFP (Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving)- Oversized Wall Art


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ISFPs are talented, creative geniuses. They are quiet, easy-going and peaceful. They also cherish their privacy and personal space. A tour around their home might feel like a gallery — relaxing and full of artistic expressions. 

This personality type gravitates towards art to feed their imagination, and for them to look at and try to understand the deeper meaning in the piece and consequently, life. 

They are very tuned to their senses, evoking powerful emotions within themselves.


ENTJ (Extraverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging) – Large Antique Desk


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ENTJs are decision-makers. They have what it takes to be the leaders of tomorrow, and they sure act like it!

Constantly planning ahead and keeping an organised schedule as well as lists of things to do, ENTJs are rational and able to spot problems from a mile away. Their good strategy skills give them a head start in solving issues that arise.

Antique tables are a perfect fit for this personality type. It keeps them grounded and provides an efficient workspace to encourage their productivity. 

And most importantly, it helps keep their goals in sight.


INTJ (Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging)- Giant Plants


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Just like the plants themselves, INTJs require lots of natural light and fresh air to thrive. They feel most in touch with themselves when they are surrounded by nature and have a need to have control over their surroundings. 

While this personality type can be overly critical and judgemental, they are also good listeners. Have a picnic with them, or take them out on a hiking trip! This helps break them out of their shell and lets them loosen up on the reins a little bit. 


Life is to be lived, not to be planned.

There you have it, all 16 of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator listed down for you! This is great for your own self-reflection, or for you to understand a loved one better. Perhaps, we could all learn more about each other and improve ourselves together!

If you don’t know what your personality type is, take a free test here!

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