What Most Strongly Informs A Home’s Aesthetic?
When renovating our homes, we often have a goal in mind. We might wish for an aesthetic upgrade, further utility, perhaps the ability to fix an ongoing problem. For example, it could be that subsistence in our garage area warrants tearing that part of the building down and building anew. For the most part, a renovation is a passion project, and not one of need as would be appropriate in that example.
Sometimes generalizations are more accurate than you might give them credit for. We would like to suppose one. If you’re investing in a renovation, you aim to help your home look better. It might not be the primary goal, but you hope it will be a consequence of your efforts. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this. But it does require you to plan a little. For this, we ask, what most strongly informs a home’s aesthetic?
This way, you can potentially consider alternate means of improvement, or direct your mainline efforts around a secondary orbit of priority. Let us consider what that might look like, by answering that posed question: