Women are responsible for designer interior residential space in the housing industry
Women have assumed the role of Chief designer interior residential space in most homes. They keep the housing market alive with ever-changing trends and styles. But the role women play in the housing industry goes way beyond designing kitchens, bedrooms and baths.
Let me do some back grounding for a second. I was born in 1962. Back in that era, most women were “stay at home moms”. That’s what made them happy.
During the 70’s, inflation hit us all really hard. One income was no longer sufficient to maintain a family. Many women had to go to work, but they found a lot of opposition when they got there.
We have seen it unfold and although it has far to go until it’s perfect, it has shown us that there are many advantages to uniting our minds and muscle.
Consider for a second, how diverse and valuable the modern day homes are in our society. They just keep rising in value. These beautiful homes are designed inside and out mainly for the tastes of women.
Also consider for a moment, the places that oppress women and the very common look of the homes where they live.
I don’t want to over-dramatize this whole thing, so I will end at this point with this advice: Women have made the homes we all live in interesting and valuable.
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