The book works from the outside of the home to the inside. It begins by examining what psychological factors are linked to choice of neighbourhood and what types of property are favoured by different types of people. It then moves inside the home to examine what we can learn about occupants from the allocation of space, the use of rooms and the way rooms are decorated and furnished.
The significance of the home.
Finding the right kind of neighbourhood.
Finding the right kind of property.
Fitting the home to the person.
Allocation and use of space.
The role of rooms.
Interior decor and atmosphere.
The home as an extension of its occupier.