2019 Trends in Architecture- Part 1
We’ve sufficiently fulfilled our retrospection for 2018. We shared just how thankful we are for our family of customers; how grateful we are that we get to do something that we’re so passionate about on a daily basis with the best team in the world. We’re not overstating that, we’re sure that your workplaces and colleagues are alright, but in a humble brag moment, we have to proclaim that we have you beat. After all, the reason that we can offer you a better view is because we work with the most premium of materials and the most dedicated and passionate of teammates. It’s thanks to them that we have this blog in the first place, our hub to share all of the information that you could possibly need. Not just about windows and doors, mind you – no, this blog is your place to go, should you have any desire to learn about all sorts of architecture-related content.
With that said, retrospection done and it’s time to get ready for the best year ever. We say it every year, but we know that 2019 will be a special one for Valley Windows and for you. To get you ready, we’ve taken a serious look at trends that are emerging for the next 365 days. Some you may be into and some you may want to shun, but we figured we’d give you the widest variety to choose from.
Eco-friendly is top of mind for many architects, builders and designers alike. Some balk at the idea of overhauling their entire home to save pennies in the long run, but the benefits are much more macro than that. You’re saving the environment, the biggest bonus, but you’re also adding exponential value to your neighborhood. Your neighbors in the area will thank you, your conscience will congratulate you on doing something awesome, and oh yeah – your wallet will be pleased as well. There are a million different, small adjustments that you can make, like updating your windows or looking into more natural energy sources.
Light and space. Two fundamentals of life and homeowners are sitting up and taking notice. Where homes used to be designed to partition off spaces used for different tasks, now individuals, groups and families are moving more towards open-space designs. This one might require slightly more heavy-lifting if you’re interested in heading your home in this direction, but it’s also just a cool evolution to watch happen and learn about. Open-space concepts make spaces seem bigger and brighter, and they’re also great for your overall mood. Bonus? You don’t have to yell for the kids quite as loudly when it’s time for dinner.
This is just part one of a series. In our next post, we’ll dive into even more trends that you and your loved ones should keep a pulse on, as we head into 2019.
Questions? Comments? Let us know. The Valley Windows team would love to hear from you.