Chock full though it may be of things (subway tiles, Tolix chairs, etc.) that could make our list of decor trends that we feel may be overexposed, this Kansas City, Missouri, house—which clocks in at 2,600 square feet—by local firm Studio Build is rather nice. Called the 1653 Residence for its address (referred to with giant house numbers, to underscore the point), the house was recently spotlighted in a piece by the Wall Street Journal about the urbanization of Kansas City. With 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, the house isn't grand, but the colorful, open-plan interiors and quirky accents go a long way toward making it feel roomy and giving it character.
∙ A "Simple Modern" Home For A Family In Kansas City [Contemporist]
∙ Which Decor Trends Are The Most Overexposed Right Now? [Curbed]