The articles, trends and perspectives that hit home last year
If you’re still wondering how we’re already in 2022, we’re with you. To reflect on the year that was, we decided to take a look at the articles, trends and perspectives that resonated most with our readers. This is our recap of the most popular posts of 2021. Pull up a seat and check ‘em out.
1. Six home trends still going strong
Our 2020 home trend recap was a big hit with readers, and the year that redefined home for everyone is still influencing how we live in our homes and the features we value today. Take a look at some of the home trends that stayed put in 2021
2. Bay Area home prices bring new opportunities for homeowners
Over the past year, homeowner equity in the Bay Area reached new heights with prices up 34%. In addition to increased financial security and personal wealth, the increased equity also brings more possibilities for homeowners and their homes.
3. Looking for a Bay Area neighborhood to call home?
From an urbanite neighborhood with views of the bay, to a quiet refuge in the hills, the Bay Area offers a diversity of lifestyles, tastes, and communities. If you’re looking for the right neighborhood to call home, join us as we explore some of the most desirable areas of Silicon Valley in which we build.
4. The need for functional floorplans in a post-pandemic era
The way we use our homes has changed. From home offices and virtual classrooms to outdoor spaces and rooms to find your zen, see how the pandemic has put flexibility front and center in home design, plus ways we’re making homes more functional.
5. Breaking ground in the Pacific Northwest
Great design should enhance the character of a local community. So, when it came time to launch our Pacific Northwest division, the last thing we wanted to do was to superimpose a Venice beach design sensibility on a Bellevue backdrop. To live up to this ideal, we retained the best local architectural talent possible. Read our interview with Philip McCullough, owner of renowned McCullough Architects, and how his design approach is as customized as ours.
6. Top 7 reasons to choose a new construction home over resale
Unlike a previously owned home, buying a new home offers greater advantages. From investment potential and maintenance costs to quality materials and peace of mind, learn why buying a new construction home can benefit you in the short- and long-term.
7. Designing homes with wellness in mind
Smart home tech, better air and water filtration systems, and outdoor living spaces—these are just a few of the home features in high demand. According to home trends experts, the pandemic has been a driving demand for design that positively impacts our health, wellness, and everyday routines. Read how we have integrated new solutions and upgrades to deliver a healthier TJH home.
8. A new partnership built with your home in mind
The things we value most should last the longest. That’s why we use the highest quality of materials to build our homes. It’s part of the TJH Difference. So we develop lasting partnerships with the top trades and product manufacturers we know we can trust. Read about our partnership that has redefined the exteriors and versatility of our homes.
9. Bringing alpine luxury to the Mile High City
Colorado may no longer be a hidden gem, but a gem is still a gem. The appeal of the Greater Denver Area stretches a mile high and it’s why we’re excited to bring new, customized homes to its most desirable neighborhoods. Read about how we launched our Colorado division and our partnership with the Helm Weaver Helm Compass Real Estate team.