Your Home Style Guide for 2021

Dated: April 2 2021

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Since the beginning of the pandemic, comfort has been one of the most important aspects of our lives. Due to limited mobility and travel, most people are forced to stay at home. While at home contemplating on life, some people make the bold decision of buying a new home because they realize that the level of comfort within their 4 walls does not exude that level of comfort they’re hoping to achieve. On the other hand, others do major remodeling and redesign the whole concept of their home. All these are attempts to satisfy one's inner peace. 


The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all our lives so much we try to do the best we can to compensate. Reading, shopping, writing, exercising, eating, singing, dancing, playing, all these within the comfort of our homes. As people spend more time at home, they are suddenly faced with the reality that some designs they did to their homes are not pleasing to the eye and do not deliver the necessary comfort they now seek. Pre-pandemic, people were more inclined to minimalistic designs, mid-modern century interiors with basic colors such as white and black. 


Now that this has changed, people are now more drawn to big comfortable sofas, soft and heavenly rugs, and lots of colors and art that compliment each other. Back then people were so fond of empty spaces, which exuded minimalism. The more time we spend in our homes, the more we want to see. That sense of confinement that we felt allowed us to be more appreciative of art which made our senses and our mind travel from within. 


Prescott, AZ is no different when it comes to the influx of these trends. In Prescott, we’ve been getting a lot of homebuyers from both the east and west coasts. The scenery, weather, and being one with nature is the reason for it all. The feeling of confinement to home has also made people realize that the towns they live in do not exude the level of comfort they’ve been hoping for, which is why they’re moving to Prescott. The mountains and the lakes are within arms reach, the pictures of beautiful streams and to die for views are just a couple of miles away. Most home interiors in Prescott are welcoming and depict a feeling of serenity and calmness which ultimately increases that level of comfort. 

We will help you find a home and achieve that level of comfort you didn’t realize you needed. Call us today to set up a virtual appointment to go over your desired home criteria. Our agents service not only the Prescott area but all of Yavapai County. Please feel free to check out our online Google reviews. The Stephanie Woods Team at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate BloomTree Realty 928-237-4455 Stephanie Woods is happy to have her team help. 

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