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Lindal Traditionals bring together the best of the past and the present. Inspired by the rich heritage of residential architecture in North America, our traditional homes feature light-filled designsÂ and wraparound porchesÂ in farmhouse and craftsman styles.
Since when could this ever be a bad thing? This generation is more and more conscious of the time, energy and expense that goes into the upkeep of living spaces. This means that Millennials are championing the move to high design at low cost which doesn’t require regular maintenance.
Small rooms are not a problem; they only need more planning beforehand but they may actually present a better space for using a simple style, such as modern design, for something that is uncluttered. Measuring of pieces and furniture first are imperative so as not to over crowd a room. With smaller rooms, mirrors and modern styles work well. Lighter colours allow more light into the room making them appear larger. Fitted cupboards and shelves, fewer chairs and clutter and natural lighting all add to a room in a positive way. But it’s advisable to keep a look out for inspiration! Kick your creativity into gear by browsing through all of the smaller room ideas available on homify, as well as utilising other sources such as design magazines, and even drawing inspiration from the dining rooms of friends and family members.
Baby boomers preferred rustic dÃ©cor and plenty of accessories. Luckily for us, Millennials are keen on functionality and minimalistic design to keep a clutter -free home. That’s not to say that rustic and natural materials aren’t found in their homes, they are just limited in number. Part of this is due to the smaller spaces they are occupying , but it’s also because the increased use of technology means many accessories that were once physically found in the home can now be condensed into the palms of their hands.
This generation is the most sustainability-focused generation ever. They’re looking for renewable energy sources within apartment blocks, sharing resources, supporting surrounding independent businesses and using green materials. Almost half of Millennials are interested in solar panels for their homes, and show a keen interest in growing their own food. Gardening is good for the environment and works well with recent healthy living trends. Expect to see more small gardens, window-box gardens, or community gardens where this generation takes up residence.