Much has changed over the years; remember the days of mauve carpeting and white cabinets with oak trim? Yes, they were once the ‘fad,’ but worse, these relics of the past still haunt some of the homes coming available as we enter the spring real estate market.
There are also design, storage, and maintenance issues, which matter to owners and shoppers in 2022. It’s not surprising to see many properties circa 1920-1970 get demolished with more efficient and practical homes replacing the tired abodes.
The most knowledgeable people in real estate have suggested to those selling homes during the last year, “Don’t fix anything,” they explained that buyers don’t care about upgrades because purchasers will make significant renovations themselves.
But, not everyone is selling; many owners are planning to update their living spaces. With advancements in design, material, and technology, plus changes in geopolitical events over fuel sources and the all-too-familiar pandemic, some are considering improvements they can make to increase their level of comfort and lifestyle.
This month, we’ve gathered new ideas and concepts that will blossom during the remainder of 2022; these insights will show changes in taste, necessity, and desire for better and more efficient living.
Here is what’s trending, and it is only the beginning!
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