Keywords：Commitment / Quality / Confidence / Maintenance of the status quo / Natural aspirations / Stubbornness
You are the type of person who wants to be grounded. You are warm and calm.
You are also conservative and solidly craftsmanlike. You’re trustworthy, you don’t betray people and people rely on you.
You are stubborn and inflexible. You are averse to change and are more interested in the status quo than in adventure. You tend to be thrifty financially.
Which type of brown are you?
You take your time to build a trusting relationship and fulfill your responsibilities. Your stability and composure will put people at ease without making them feel uncomfortable.
You also take a firm and unfailing approach to everything you do.
You are very reliable. But your stubbornness and inflexibility can make people think, “I can’t tell this person what to do,” because you’re so stubborn and inflexible. They are very stubborn and inflexible, which may make people think, “There’s no point in telling this person anything else.
You are a tradition-focused person who places great importance on “longevity”.
Your value of longevity has led you to respect relationships, as well as the expertise of historic companies and craftsmen who have preserved traditional culture.
You’re not interested in quick-fixes or short-term hits that come out of nowhere.
You are also inflexible and too conservative to be flexible.
It’s not what it looks like, it’s what’s inside!
You are a quality-oriented person who is not very interested in appearance and design. You have a strong determination to not be deceived by appearances.
However, you tend to be design-conscious, not only because you don’t care about looks, but also because you don’t understand the importance of playfulness and waste. What’s more important is “longevity” and “cost performance”.
You are a nature-oriented person for whom the key word “natural” is important.
You don’t like bleached things and prefer natural materials such as hemp. Your lifestyle is also “with nature”. You don’t like cities that are too urban.
Your ideal is to live in the country and be self-sufficient with your family. You’re a nature-oriented person who lives by nature.