Why We Love House Tours

A peek into Alexander Werzs elegant home.
Regardless of the fact that they highlight the houses of celebs and well-off strangers, theyve long reflected the sociopolitical shifts in our rapidly changing world through style and trend forecasting– from embracing “livable modernism” during the Great Depression to the romanticization of suburbia during the “white flight” of the 1950s and 60s. While we look to house trips in magazines and on Instagram for celebrity details and inspiration for our own houses, theres a lot about ourselves that we can predict onto design. “The interest in looking at images of home style goes beyond escapism.

In spite of the fact that they highlight the houses of celebs and well-off strangers, theyve long reflected the sociopolitical shifts in our quickly altering world through design and pattern forecasting– from embracing “livable modernism” during the Great Depression to the romanticization of suburbia throughout the “white flight” of the 1950s and 60s. While we look to house trips in magazines and on Instagram for celeb details and inspiration for our own homes, theres a lot about ourselves that we can forecast onto design. “The interest in looking at pictures of home style goes beyond escapism.