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Victorian Decorating, Home Decor, Design Trends


Victorian Decor

 

The examination of the interior design of Victorian houses begins first with the style of residence. The situation of a 19th century residence could be reduced to three classes — that of a town or city, suburban, and a country house; each of which had its own style of interior design. A residence in town was best for occupants who enjoyed public and private parties, theatres, concerts, balls, public libraries, and museums.

 

 

A suburban residence, or one in the vicinity of a city or town, offered some advantages that could not be obtained by living in town. Because property was not as valuable as in town, many more conveniences could be acquired, such as a garden, and perhaps a field or two, attached to the house; and this additional space could be built upon in the future. Those who settled entirely in the country, at a distance from the city,

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The 2020 Wedding Decor Trends You’re About to See Everywhere

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The 2020 wedding decor trends are all about individuality and having fun. As couples continue to make their own rules and shift away from distinct wedding themes (R.I.P. shabby chic), the latest wedding decor trends are following suit. As we make our way into a new decade, you can expect to see fewer cookie-cutter trends that are only suitable for one type of wedding, and more trending elements that are adaptable depending on your budget, venue, or desired aesthetic. We’re dishing on the most coveted wedding decor trends for 2020, including signage ideas, color palettes, attention-grabbing backdrops, and more—all of which you use to can personalize your unique vision in whichever way makes the most sense to you!  

Get inspired by our favorite 2020 wedding decor trends right here. 

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Lately, it seems like everywhere we

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Five Home Improvement Trends To Watch In 2019

Do you follow the home improvement industry? If so, the Home Improvement Research Institute thinks you should pay attention to these key trends in 2019. The nonprofit trade association is comprised of global building product manufacturers, national retail chains and allied organizations on the media and information side.

These five takeaways were among the key points industry experts shared at HIRI’s 2018 Industry Insights Conference last September in Oak Brook, Illinois (with context provided).

1. DIYers are more likely to be Millennials.

Nearly a quarter of the U.S. population made home improvements in the last year and only 7% of them worked with a professional. “DIYers spend more than 60 hours per week on TV and digital devices, including computers and smartphones,” Peter Katsingris, senior vice president of

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Five Home Improvement Trends To Watch In 2020

Do you track the home improvement industry? If you do, but didn’t make it to the Home Improvement Research Institute’s HIRI Summit last month, you can still benefit from the top takeaways shared by thought leaders presenting there.

The nonprofit trade organization is made up of global building products manufacturers, large chain retailers and allied entities in the supply chain and media. Here are five of the top trends they discussed, along with insights on what they might mean for you.

1. Luxury projects are slowing

“Discretionary luxury remodeling is slowing, with the five product categories facing most severe headwinds: High end cabinets, cladding, flooring, roofing and dimensional lumber,” observed Todd Tomalak with  John Burns Real Estate Consulting.

This can provide opportunities for emerging quality value brands in the kitchen and bath remodeling spheres,

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14 Bathroom Design Trends For 2020 | Home Remodeling Contractors

As the bathroom changes, the possibilities for expansion and more space come to mind. In fact, the goal of having more space is oftentimes the number one reason why home owners choose to remodel. This includes the bathroom too! With compact storage options, you give yourself more room to expand on the bath or shower.

The bigger the bathtub, the more space and relaxation will be available to you. Homeowners deserve a place to wind down after a long day, and what better place to do so than their own bathrooms? While Jacuzzi styled tubs aren’t necessarily are popular as they used to be, we’re seeing a shift in preferences to other large tub styles.

Open showers appear to visually increase the size of your bathroom, while also giving it more space and providing convenience for users. Long gone are the days of worrying about slipping over the edge of

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Interior Designers Share Their Favorite Bathroom Design Trends For 2020

While the modern styles of the last decade evolved into a more contemporary look for homes overall, the pendulum is still swinging. Right now, design is at a bit of a crossroads. While clean, modern lines and the color white have been the dominating look for bathrooms in recent years, what’s old is becoming new again, with retro and vintage elements starting to emerge.

However, it’s important to keep in mind that bathroom design is a major commitment. Whether a space needs a gut renovation, soft refresh or could benefit from a weekend project, the question is how to design something that won’t feel dated in five, perhaps even ten years from now. I spoke with several top interior designers to get their take on bathroom design trends for 2020.

Sustainable Bathrooms

Sustainability has become a major priority in the design industry,

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Interior Design Trends Going Away In 2020

In 2019 we saw lots of interior design trends change. We said goodbye to dark wood cabinets (finally) and bid adieu to grey. But now, it’s officially the end of a decade of design. Whether you’re planning major renovations in 2020 or buying a new home, it’s important that spaces don’t look as if they belong in the early aughts. Here are the interior design trends and styles that will look dated in 2020.

Neutral Colors

Most designers have a very strong opinion on neutrals, declaring that they’re finally done this year. Wayfair Professional design manager, Rebecca Breslin is calling the end of “Greige, grey and all neutral everything without texture or visual interest.”

So, if you’ve been thinking of replacing that tired grey sofa, repainting your walls or upgrading your bedding, this is a great excuse not to think twice. 

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Interior Design Trends Going Away And Here To Stay In 2019

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2018 was the year of many looks including marble, bold floors, rose gold, and shiplap just about everywhere it could be. While many of the styles we saw will continue to be popular in 2019, others are officially over. Whether you are renovating your home, buying a new one or simply redecorating a room, here is everything you need to know from the designers who set the trends. 

Instinctual Decorating

2019 is the year of your own unique style.

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Dynamic duo Alexis Rodgers and Pam Mamourian of Home With Alexis look at the upcoming 2019 design trends as a positive change. Alexis stated, “I see a shift away from the omnipresent cool gray walls and dark stained hardwood floors of the past few years towards a warmer color palette and more vibrant accent colors. The former palette

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DIY Home Improvement Market Research Report includes Development Trends, Key Manufacturers and Competitive Analysis to 2026

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Feb 28, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
DIY Home Improvement Market report delivers statistical overview on growth factors driving or restraining the market with top manufacturers forecast till 2026.

“DIY Home Improvement” Market Size Report 2020 comprise of strong research on global Consumer Goods industry which enables the customer to look at the possible requirement as well as prediction. The development ratio which is expected in perspective of the rational analysis provides thorough information of the worldwide DIY Home Improvement industry. The constraints and drivers are assembled after a profound study of the global DIY Home Improvement market’s proficiency.

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