Running around the internet is a fabulous new word – Homecation and that is combination of HOME and Vacation. Or in other words it is when people decide to stay at home and make that time into their vacation. I often wonder if the people who make up these new words have nothing better to do that make new words. Oh well……..
The more we explore the world of color is quickly becomes apparent that darker shades and tones are rapidly becoming more popular.
Several designers are referring to The Home as our ultimate retreat, that place where we can treat our home as a hideaway from the crazy world we live in. The people that study color and its impact on individuals agree that earth tones lend themselves to the sanctuary that we all crave. Today's photograph is called Bold Color.
And on this Friday we continue with our series on Home Style Trends.
We are sure all of you have noticed that in recent years the COLORs of white and all sorts of grey have dominated the color schemes in new homes. In the kitchen the overwhelming color was white cabinetry with mostly white counter tops. And, in the living room areas of the house the overwhelming color was one of many shades of grey.
Today let’s look at a Trending Concept that is quite new. For the past fifteen to twenty years the over-riding concept that is very popular is the Open Concept layout in a new home. This is where the view from the kitchen is unobstructed on into the dining room and living room. The idea is that it creates a feel where the family is all together.
Let us introduce you to The Windham Ranch house named after Southern Vermont’s Windham County.
If you are looking for a medium size Ranch House with three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a handsome size living room that is right off the gourmet kitchen and dining area……………, if this is what you want then look no further. The Windham Ranch will fit your demands completely.
We thought it would be a great idea to introduce you to a NEW HOME. Welcome to the Vermont Modular family of fine homes The Tiverton Colonial.
This Classic Colonial Home with its Four Bedrooms is a grand home for a large family. Up-stairs:
For the past couple days we’ve been looking at beautiful Living Rooms whether they are next to the water or up in the mountains.
So, what do you think of today’s living room?
This living room adheres to the Open Concept of living very well. In the rear is the gourmet kitchen and to the left slightly out of view is the dining room.
We have been looking at Ranch Homes recently so we thought you might enjoy seeing a charming living room that looks out to an expansive deck.
On the right-hand side of the living room are two large sliding glass doors and the deck. What you cannot see is the spectacular view of Lake Champlain.
And YES, that is a real wood burning fireplace for non-summer weather. Ok, ok……, we might not need to fireplace in June and July but it sure is nice knowing its there for cold winter nights.
Since so much of the Corona Virus news is discouraging we thought it would be a FANTASTIC IDEA for us to introduce you to a NEW RANCH HOUSE. We have put this home together so that is represents an amazing VALUE.
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The most important room of the house! That’s right! Many people believe The Kitchen to be the heart of every home.
Isn’t the kitchen that place in the house where the family gathers around as they get together as a family? You bet it is!
Whether it is morning coffee, eggs, and starting a day all together as a family or at the end of a long day when stories about the day are shared – the kitchen is where it all happens.