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We’re thinking the rage for mid-century modern has just about run its course, and something else will have to take its place. While we loved the idea of a small, vintage house in a great neighborhood full of old trees and great restaurants and independent bookstores and one-of-a-kind shops, we knew that just wouldn’t work for the lives we’re really living.
If it’s hard for you to imagine the big 70s split-level having the same kind of appeal, we get that. We’ve got two adults and a revolving door of three getting-bigger kids (with other parents who live about 60 miles apart from each other).
In other words, we all need our space, and we need our spaces to be flexible because we live in lots of different configurations: sometimes one kid, sometimes two kids, sometimes a different two kids, sometimes three kids, and sometimes just two adults.
We’re a financially-stretched, stirred family with members who need both proximity and space.
So, yeah: We bought a big, boxy split-entry house in the suburbs.
We’re not sure what to call it (Ella has dubbed it the Talking Room), but it’s a space where you can sit in a comfy chair and read, with just enough separation from what’s going on in the living room proper to be undistracted–but you still feel like you’re with the rest of the family.
We’ve got many of our books here, and we’ve put in a big table for projects, puzzles, and playing games.