Category: Home Design

Another element of Scandinavian living is friluftsliv. Many have heard about hygge and we discuss it here. Less well known is this concept that complements hygge. As the pandemic stretches on, friluftsliv, or living outdoors, has becomes even more relevant than before and is gaining rapidly in popularity. Like…

Many people are familiar with Scandinavian design from the 1950s that celebrated clean, functional, and minimalist design. It has regained popularity recently and there are many modern interpretations of it.  Ikea is one of the most well-known examples for its simple and inexpensive furniture but many high-end furniture stores…

Includes trendy new colors and timeless classics One of the most important design considerations for your home is the exterior paint selection. What seems simple can be surprisingly difficult. While the interior paint colors are often geared towards your style and taste, the exterior colors are one of the…

Living in our built environment: The current world is littered with examples of humans building structures and spaces that meet functional needs or demonstrate its power over nature. From windswept grand plazas to sunless city street corridors leading to soulless grey cubicles lined up in matrixed rows or windowless…

Being in quarantine, especially for parents of young children, is a new normal that most are not used to. Ideas for keeping the kids busy are running low, but fear not, we’re here to help! Over the years, we’ve participated in several events in our community and have found…

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Building on the success of our flagship round homes featured in our 360 Collection, we are pleased to announce a new partnership with Piggs Brothers, Inc. This partnership marks a great opportunity for us to showcase the ultimate resilience of our flagship round design. Piggs Brothers—a Certified B Corp,…

By Steve Linton, president of Deltec Homes Why is it that most American homes have so many walls on the inside? I was recently having a cup of coffee with an old professor of mine and he made the most fascinating statement: “I hate walls.” Hate walls? What? Why?…

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Over the past several years, there has been an increase in multigenerataional homes across the country. In fact, Pew Research found that in 2016, a record of 64 million people—20% of the population—lived with multiple generations in one home. With the aging baby boomers and more millennials moving back…