With all of the gadgets and gizmos popping up daily, it is kind of nice to hear that some things are getting simpler. I’ll admit, my fancy phone has helped many a night finding places to dine and movies to see. However, I still long for my first Nokia cell phone that didn’t even have a camera (or -gasp- texting!).
So what does this (mini) shift towards a simpler life mean for American homes? According to the Wall Street Journal, people aren’t finding their money best spent on massive foyers and formal living rooms anymore. Insert large family rooms and more usable space, and voila- money well spent on the areas of your home you spend the most time in. I like it!
For more on what is so “then” and what is the “now” head on over to the Wall Street Journal article here.