Post COVID-19 Home Designs
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This phrase sums up 2020 thus far. It has become a staple in everyone’s vocabulary across the nation. This message is persistent, unavoidable, and will most likely be around for at least the remainder of the year.
However, this was not always the message. Before, everyone was told to not stay home. Go to work. Go to school. And of course, attend social gatherings. It affected your social status if you did otherwise. With this global health outbreak changing our ‘normal life,’ we may be staying home more in the future.
What does this mean for the future of designing our homes? We know that this is not the last pandemic. So, working from home, online learning, online shopping, and virtual meetings may continue even after restrictions ease.
As we adapt to the new changes, we will have to ensure our home’s design adapts to the new changes too. Home office spaces may become a staple in building designs. There potentially may be more bathrooms if everyone is working from home. Solar panels may be a popular choice since homeowners will be using more energy. Some people even may want larger homes to accommodate this. Larger lots may be in demand as they offer more outdoor space to social distance.
If you are going to be at home more often than not, you need a space that works for you.
At Knowledge Broker, our goal is to create an open-source of information for all our clients. We want to ensure that, at the end of the day, they get exactly what they want and what they need. If you know someone who could use our help or services please put them in touch with us or send us their details using the contact information below. And before you go, click here to take the Knowledge Broker Quiz and see exactly what we can do for you!
JOSHUA CAMPBELL (@knowledgebrkr)
Real Estate Broker
Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Centre, Brokerage
249 Avenue Road • Newmarket, ON L3Y 1N8