Twenty years ago? That’s not so long. Except that someone born twenty years ago was a baby then and can now drive, serve in the military, and vote; and within a year, buy alcohol and marijuana. Although relatively unlikely with the current trends of Millennial and Gen Z homebuying, they could be buying a house, now. It was a different era, century, and millennium.
While Mid-century modern, Art Moderne, and Desert Modernism are all similar, they do have differences. Let’s look at all three of these design styles in-depth to get a better idea of which one is right for you.
Thirty years ago someone was taking out a mortgage that they just paid off. That would be a marvel if they never refinanced considering the prime interest rate was nine […]
Twice a year, in downtown Seattle at CenturyLink Field Event Center, the largest consumer home show, Seattle Home Show, features everything indoor and outdoor for home design. The show includes hundreds […]
Ever wondered what sparked the mid-century modern infatuation with those concrete blocks with decorative cutouts that surround so many traditional homes? Well, they’re called breeze blocks, and we have the […]
The real world is catching up to Santa. Finally, houses that make sense for him. What’s he going to do stay ahead, or has he been leading the way all […]