Bring Your Home into the 21st Century

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Mankind has come on leaps and bounds in the past couple of decades, with technology that would have then been unthinkable now part of everyday life, and it only makes sense that these changes should then make their way into our homes. Indeed, take a look at the homes that have been designed with the modern world in mind and you’ll see some great spaces and some pretty cool features incorporated, too. If you’re thinking about bringing your home into the 21st century, you might want to consider adding some of the following.

In the Kitchen
The kitchen has always been the heart of the home, but it did go through a bit of a blip during the seventies and eighties with the introduction of the microwave and other convenience foods. Now, however, we’re back in the kitchen. If your kitchen is lacking in modern conveniences, look at adding them. Hot water taps give you instant hot water, and can save you money on your energy bills, while a juicer can give you your daily dose or fruit and vegetable goodness condensed down into one tasty drink. Convenience and healthy living: the modern staples!

Dining Galore
Talking of food, you might want to take another look at where you’re eating. Modern society is pretty keen on communal eating, and having the perfect dining spaces for your friends and family to enjoy is an essential ingredient of the modern home. This extends to both inside and outside your home. There’s nothing better than having a proper dining space on which to enjoy your BBQ meal in the summertime. The modern eating spaces are open, relaxed, less formal than the stiff chairs and table rules of traditional dining areas.

Creating the Working Space
In the coming years, you’re going to hear of more and more people working from the comforts of their own home. This is because of the rise of the internet and the demands of a youthful generation who value their freedom more than they do their pay check. That’s why you might want to give thought to creating the perfect working space in your home. Set aside a room that comes with a view, and then set about making sure it has everything you need to work well. Homeowners are justifiably putting a greater emphasis on the strength of the internet connection in their home, so choose a room where the signal can be strongest. Beyond that, it’s all about keeping the decor minimal. Oh, and you’ll have to get plugs that have USB charger ports too: they’re the future!

The Fun Room
We’re a society that wants to have fun, and more and more we’re bringing that into our homes. If you have extra space in your house, dedicate a room to nothing beyond fun. The most common ‘fun room’ is ‘the man cave’, but it need not be so gender assigned. There’s plenty of great themes you can have, from chill out zones to games rooms or your very own bar. Whatever you choose, it’ll make your home all the more fun to be in!

 

 

 


Blog Posted: 30th March 2017


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