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What's next for home design in Oklahoma City?

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Dark stain featured in the Vesta Homes model at 12801 Williamson Farm Blvd. Builder Jim Schuff says this was a model home for two years as tastes changed. The trend is for less cabinetry in kitchens, he says. [CHRIS LANDSBERGER/THE OKLAHOMAN]
Dark stain featured in the Vesta Homes model at 12801 Williamson Farm Blvd. Builder Jim Schuff says this was a model home for two years as tastes changed. The trend is for less cabinetry in kitchens, he says. [CHRIS LANDSBERGER/THE OKLAHOMAN]
Mainstream home design in Oklahoma City basically breaks down like this by decade (although oil booms drive upscale in different directions): • 1940s-1950s: Post-World War II/G.I. Bill cottages, midcentury modern. • 1960s: Midcentury modern, ranch. • 1970s: Ranch, old world. • 1980s: Old world, Dallas-style. • 1990s: Old world,...
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