While there’s always a degree of subjectivity to style and interior design, you don’t want to have to redesign your home 15 years after a renovation, especially when there are certain styles still holding strong 50-100 years later.
For example, traditional and vintage styles tend to withstand the tests of time. Think white shaker kitchens with farmhouse sinks, skinny-width hardwood flooring, and claw-foot soaking tubs. Another option is mid-century modern. Famous examples include a George Nelson sofa, an Earnes chair, or a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, all of which still feel modern 60 years later.