Just like hip huggers have been phased out in the fashion industry, boxy flat tops modern homes are being phased out of the scrape-and-rebuild home industry. So what’s new and hotter on the block than Jenny? None other than the ‘Modern Farmhouse’ design, with it’s opposing pitched rooflines which emulate Denver’s original historic bungalows. These homes are here to display the best of both worlds, while politely incorporating modern minimalism (which has been all the latest infatuation) — while still respecting the integrity of Denver’s architectural history. Go check out the 41st block of Raleigh Street in Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood to see these new builds IRL [in real life].
Bringing back the the Mom jeans — and the ‘Modern Farmhouse’
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