The Taylor Johnson Residential Trends Report, Part 2: Pocket Spaces And Home Offices Take Center Stage

December 8, 2021

Today we’re diving deeper into our Taylor Johnson 2022 Residential Real Estate Trends Report with a look at two trends sharing TJ client predictions for how home design will be influenced by ongoing lifestyle shifts stemming from the pandemic. Trend #2: Separate Ways explores why features that allow some separation, personal space and privacy in the home will be a priority for the coming year. And Trend #3: WFH 2.0 discusses how the prevalence of remote and hybrid work is inspiring home designs with two – or more – workspaces to accommodate the entire household, while a comfortable home office is also becoming a must-have at second homes thanks to the ‘work-from-anywhere’ lifestyle.

Read the Taylor Johnson 2022 Residential Real Estate Trends Report here.


Clockwise from top left: a “pocket of privacy” in a model unit at Belgravia Group’s Triangle Square Condominiums; a music loft by Mary Cook Associates; a WFH area in a Lexington Homes model home; and a workspace in a vacation home by Morgante Wilson Architects.


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