When it comes to your own Costa Mesa real estate holdings, so long as a sense of proportion is retained, keeping up with fashion writers’ latest opinions is usually a harmless pursuit. So it was that the publication on March 31 of Betty Stefanova’s “5 Interior Design Trends that will Disappear this Year” seemed worth checking out. After all, the abrupt termination of a trend could be costly to any local homeowner who went all-in on one of the soon-to-be-axed design ideas—especially if their property was headed for the Costa Mesa market. Although Ms. Stefanova’s qualifications were not readily available, her strong opinions were undeniably thought-provoking:

  1. Open-Floor Plans. Now that “most of us” are working remotely, the need for silence in our workspaces will assure that wall dividers and other forms of separation now “have their moment.”
  2. Open Shelving will disappear because “they make it harder to keep things organized.”
  3. Exposed Kitchen Hoods will depart because they fail to provide “a clean look.”
  4. Fast Furniture (cheap, fashionable, easy-to-breakdown accouterments) is a cultural phenomenon born of so many people changing residences. It will disappear because of its fatal flaw—a tendency to break.
  5. Neutral Grays are out of the question because “Interior Design Trends 2022” says so.

If you are one of the Costa Mesa homeowners who will resist the temptation to immediately abandon any of the five doomed trends, you may have sensed a questionable aura arising from the not-so-convincing explanations—or because you took a second look at the publication date, suspiciously close to April Fool’s Day.

Coincidence? Maybe not. Especially since the list’s host site is Pretend Magazine, “the world’s leading trends in travel, arts, interior design, culture & technology, ecology, health & beauty”—a periodical whose own design can be found high on the honor roll of “fake magazine covers.”

Actually, further investigation reveals that Vogue magazine actually does think that “Open Floor Plans” are passé —but who says Vogue is in vogue? At any rate, when your own Costa Mesa real estate is soon to be listed, before demolishing any aspect of your own Costa Mesa property in the name of fashion, we hope you’ll give us a call!

We are built on a philosophy of Heritage & Hustle. The L3 is a full service real estate agency with a regional office located in the heart of #CostaMesa, offering a wide-array of custom services to meet their clients’ needs with roots in the community since 1976.  It’s L3 mission is to provide trusted, convenient, responsive service to ensure clients enjoy their real estate experience. The L3 was originally formed to offer personal, concierge-level service as an alternative to the large, nationally based real estate companies. From its small beginnings of only two employees, The L3 has grown to a full staff of 25 serving over 300 clients a year. The L3 is not limited to serving just its clients; it is also committed to serving the community. Not only has The L3 donated hundreds of hours to many area charities, they have also received the prestige of being named one of the #toprealestatecompaniesinCostaMesa  If you’re interested in #buyingorsellinginOrangeCounty, turn to the experts. Turn to The L3 and let them help you make your real estate buying or selling dreams come true. For more information or to get started on finding or selling your home contact The L3 today at 714-444-4663 or email us at info@thel3.com



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