5 Unique Design Styles Millennials Love

Here are five interior design styles millennials love.

Warm Minimalism

Warm up millennial minimalism with earth tones, natural textures and handmade objects.

Maximalism

On the other end of the spectrum is maximalism. Love collecting items from different places, time periods and design movements? Maximalism is for you!

Grandmillennial

Some millennials prefer to decorate with an eclectic mix of antique objects, needlepoint pillows and chintz fabrics the way their grandmothers used to.

Transitional

Walking the line between traditional and contemporary, transitional style holds widespread appeal with millennials.

Memphis Movement

The Memphis Movement of the 1980s has influenced current tastes with the popular shade of millennial pink and the resurgence of terrazzo surfaces and graphic patterns.

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A Guide to Mastering Mid-Century Modern Design

Heres everything you need to know about Mid-Century Modern design.

Combining modern materials with traditional craftsmanship, mid-century modern architecture was uniquely designed to cater to the lifestyle of suburban families in America.

Exhibiting flat or low-pitched roofs and sweeping, horizontal lines, mid-century modern houses benefit from an abundance of natural light.

In addition to lots of glass, popular materials include wood, stone and brick.

Its quite common to see bright colors infused through furniture or accent walls.

Furnishings with geometric patterns and sculptural lines are key to mid-century modern interiors.

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4 Ways to Improve the Views From Your Home

Here are four tips to ensure that your homes surroundings are on full display.

Oversized Windows

It goes without saying, but more windows means more views. They frame an unforgettable backdrop and bring the scenery into your house.

Thoughtful Landscaping

Your landscaping should enhance the scenery, not take away from it, while also maintaining privacy.

Decorate Accordingly

Low-slung furniture can be useful to avoid creating obstructions in a room, and the color palette that you choose should complement the scenery.

Focus on Seating Arrangements

Try to create seating areas that capture the best viewpoints in the house.

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5 Tips to Upgrade Your Garage

Heres how to revamp your garage to take your home to the next level.

Start With the Floors

Porcelain tile is the perfect surface as it combines an elegant appearance with durability.

Look to the Lights

If you want to really show off your cars, quality lighting is essential.

Lift it up

A car lift is an exciting way to, quite literally, take your parking situation to new heights.

Doors Matter

Matching your garage doors to your homes architectural style creates a cohesive design.

Take it for a Spin

When you truly want to take the leap from garage to showroom, a car turntable is the way to do it.

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5 Interior Design Styles That Millennials Love

Say what you want about millennials, but theres no denying that they have a knack for creating stylish and photogenic living spaces. As this generation continues to play a growing role in the luxury home market, it only makes sense that theyve begun to dictate whats in vogue and whats not. If youre looking to stage your home in a style that appeals to young, affluent homebuyers or simply want to keep your new residence up with the latest trends, here are a few interior design styles that millennials love.

Warm Minimalism
Theres much to love about minimalism, but for some people it just feels a little too cold. The obvious solution, of course, is to warm it up with earth tones, natural textures and handmade objects. Warm minimalism is one of the darlings of todays design world and is quite similar to another current favorite ” Scandinavian farmhouse.

Maximalism
On the other end of the spectrum, some of us need a burst of color, texture and patterns. If you love collecting items from different places, time periods and design movements, then Maximalism is for you. As always, when creating a sense of contrast, its important to thoughtfully curate each space so that it feels intentional and not chaotic.

Grandmillennial
Grandmillennial surged onto the scene towards the end of 2019 when House Beautiful coined the term and perfectly captured the aesthetic. While some millennials gravitate toward sleek and modern interiors, there are those who prefer to decorate with an eclectic mix of antique objects, needlepoint pillows and chintz fabrics. You know, the way their grandmothers used to!

Transitional
Walking the line between traditional and contemporary, transitional style holds widespread appeal. Young and affluent homeowners who have an appreciation for classic aesthetics but still want to feel current are choosing this look to create sophisticated interiors.

Memphis Movement
The iconoclastic Memphis Movement of the 1980s has made a comeback of sorts in recent years. While its over-the-top and quirky look might not be exactly what were seeing now, its definitely influenced current tastes, like the ever-popular shade of millennial pink or the resurgence of terrazzo surfaces and graphic patterns.

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Create a Luxurious Floor With These Tiles

Here are some of todays trendiest types of high-end tiles!

Travertine

This strong but porous tile is a classic option for lavish floors inside the home or on the terrace.

Marble

Marble floors will add instant luxurious appeal to any room and can come in a variety of colors.

Terrazzo

A composite material that originated in Venice in the 18th century, its intricate textures feel like a true work of art.

Glass Mosaic

Ideal for your bathroom or personal wellness area, glass mosaic tile floors demonstrate high attention to detail.

Handmade Terracotta

For the rustic look of a deep red clay, handmade terracotta tiles are a beautiful, down-to-earth option.

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Why You Should Invest in Landscape Design

From breathtaking gardens to verdant outdoor living areas, here are a few reasons to invest in your landscape design.

Curb Appeal

Working with a professional landscape designer is a guaranteed way to increase your homes curb appeal.

Better Views

Whether youre using lush plantings to create privacy or designing formal gardens, you can easily improve the views throughout your home.

Improved Outdoor Living

Your landscape design should meet your lifestyle. That might mean a lush entertaining area, a beautiful garden, or incorporating a playground for the kids.

Increase Property Value

According to the American Society of Landscape Architects, landscape improvements can return 100-200 percent of their cost when a house is sold.

 

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Turnkey Homes: A Rising Trend for Luxury Homebuyers

Here are a few reasons why a turnkey residence is more likely to appeal to luxury buyers.

Convenience

Many of todays top buyers are willing to pay more for a property that already meets their expectations without having to put more work into it.

Easier to Envision Themselves

Homes that look brand new are much easier for buyers to envision themselves in over a more personalized, lived in space.

Costs Are Upfront

If a home is already equipped with everything a buyer is looking for, then it can be very appealing to know they wont have to invest any more money in upgrades.

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5 Features for a Luxurious Master Suite

These five features ensure your master suite leaves nothing to be desired.

Dressing Room

Equipped with vanities, islands and full-length mirrors, these rooms are more luxurious than walk-in closets.

Sitting Area

A sitting area can make a large bedroom feel more intimate while providing a space to enjoy downtime.

Spa-like Bathroom

Multiple sinks alongside a soaking tub and rain shower are just the beginning. Saunas, steam rooms and massage rooms are on the rise.

Connect to the Outdoors

Stepping outside your bedroom and into fresh air allows you to feel more connected to nature.

Private Study

A secluded study within your master suite can function as a home office or library.

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