The uniformity of visual pop culture

“Ultimately, the uniformity of visual pop culture is far too ominous to consider when planning a gathering, the announcement of a milestone, or a flat lay.

In an online environment where accounts live and die by engagement, modifying our households to be public facing, rather than personal, is rooted in the simple desire to look nice and be noticed.

A few shimmery streamers from Amazon, a $250 letter board, or a faux marble pattern will get you there, no matter how far from the reality of your living space.”

Home is where the photo booth is (The Ringer)

Not saying we considered this while renovating our kitchen… but we may have considered this while renovating our kitchen. ?‍♂️

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