Home for the Holidays – 2019 Year-End Mashup
The world has definitely become smaller in the last few decades. Low cost air travel, incredible cruise options made it easy to escape the West Michigan cold and spend the Holiday Season in the sun.
These days, so many families slowly spread out across the country. Older kids go off to college in another city, or even another state, while service members spend time stationed overseas. Grandparents often wander south to spend more time in the sun.
However, once a year, people make an extra effort to come together and celebrate with those who matter most. There is no better source of warmth and comfort and no greater place to feel peace and joy than at home with family and friends during the Holidays.
This past year, we’ve featured a number of Eastbrook Homeowners and the styles and designs that make each of their homes unique. As the year draws to a close, we’d like to revisit some of those homes and their families.
Please click the links below to read about each homeowner, their living space, and the inspirations for their styles. You can also read about their favorite features and their experience while working with Eastbrook Homes.
This Holiday Season, we wish you all the best from our team here at Eastbrook Homes and hope your home is filled with love and laughter.
Happy Holidays from Eastbrook Homes!
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