The article discusses the emotional repertoire municipalized households in the early Soviet period (1920s.). The relevance of the research is caused by the increased interest in the history of the daily life and history of emotions. Today history of emotions is a new trend in historical science. The basic approaches to the research of this problem are theory of psychosocial development of personality, socialization (Freud, E. Erickson), the life-world and social interaction, gender (A. Schütz, V. Zemuner). Conception of "stream of consciousness" by W. James allowed to analyze the influence of psycho-emotional state of citizen on housing, which allows to consider complex emotional world of the inhabitant. In article analyzes the emotional world of the inhabitant. Identified emotional repertoire, which mainly consists of negative emotions: envy, anger, hatred, hostility and feelings of hopelessness. 1920s - a period of acute housing crisis. Trying to solve the "housing problem" the Soviet government began to carry out a new housing policy, one manifestation of which was the creation of communal apartments. Communal Living reflect the emotional state of roomers: the dirt, disorder and desolation of their living space have become the norm. In one house, apartment or room lived people who ddn't connected with each other. Communal apartment didn't reserve personal space and become a source of stress and conflict. The materials of the article can be used in the course of the Soviet period in educational institutions, in the preparation of teaching aids for students in scientific and educational work.