My Aesthetic Roots

One of the aesthetics I like most is minimalism. I am not one to enjoy over-ornamentation. I think that this has its place in some contexts, such as historical architecture, but I would not purchase anything for my home of this nature.

I prefer items with simple, sleek designs. This is especially true when it comes to appliances. I would much rather have a sleek, stainless steel refrigerator than one with color or additional “bling”.

That being said, I also like the craftsman aesthetic as well. This is especially true when applied to houses. I love the way craftsman-style houses include the triangular, overhanging roofs. I also like how these houses all have plenty of windows for natural light, and large porches. I would feel well at home living inside this style of house.



“Bosch 800 Series 36 in. 21 Cu. Ft. French 3 Door Refrigerator in Stainless Steel with Dual Compressor, Counter-Depth-B36CT80SNS.” The Home Depot,

“Built in 1925, the Semi-Bungalow with Craftsman Details Was the Main House of the 50-Acre Dairy Farm.” OLD HOUSE ONLINE,

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