We are all spending some quality time in our homes right now. So while we’re all in it together, let’s all take advantage of this time and completely makeover a space in a weekend’s worth of time! Check out the amazing befores and afters in this video. We’ve broken down all things so that you too can make a transformation happen in your space too!
This might just be the easiest thing you can do to makeover a space. By updating the paint color you are instantly giving your space a completely new vibe. Make sure to test out your paint colors before committing. All paint reads differently in your own space. The morning, afternoon and evening light is going to affect how your paint reads so be sure to apply a small sample in all the areas to make sure you like it in the different light.
Create a feature wall. We are huge fans of textured walls. Whether they are board and batten, like in this bedroom, wainscotting, geometric shapes, you name it we probably like it. By giving your wall 3 dimensions you are allowing your eye a new place to rest. In this space we framed out the bed and painted the wall a lighter color than the other walls to make the room feel light, airy and open.
Switch out your rug. New rugs always provide a completely new look. Not sure what rug size your room needs, we got you. Here’s our full guide to finding the perfect rug size and a handy visual to reference.
Switching out furniture always gives your room a completely new look. In this space we purchased new ones. If your budget doesn’t allow for new nightstands perhaps you could sand them down and paint or stain them. Or you could simply switch out the hardware. We love how hardware can change the look of almost anything in a matter of minutes.
Change your lighting. This is so impactful in your space and fairly easy to do. Here’s our ultimate guide on how to change a light fixture if you aren’t sure!
Move things around. Yep, the simple moving of things can give you a new love for your space again. We often find taking things out of spaces helps. All too often rooms have more things inside them than they really need!
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Danielle and Michael Gutelli creators and owners of Clark + Aldine, a residential design to build team specializing in home design, customization, and styling. Together with their two little dudes, they are helping people experience life by looking at existing space in a completely new way and offering solutions for a more functional and purposeful space for their clients. On their blog they share content related to home design, decor and styling, DIY tips, and how they manage all the things while prioritizing time with their family, traveling and embracing the everyday moments life brings them! Follow their journey at clarkandaldine.com or on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.
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Noble Showroom by Incausa
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MoMA Design Store
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Today I’m excited to share with you Sarah Wilson, aka Budget Girl’s debt free story! She’s an awesome millennial woman who paid off over $32K of debt on her own in three years. And along the way has built a community of 59,000 subscribers on YouTube!
Sarah started her journey in 2014 making $26K as a journalist. Over three years she side hustled, lived frugally and made moves in her career to pay off her debt faster.
Sarah’s story will empower you in whatever situation you’re in to suit up and attack your debt. Her YouTube channel is also a wealth of tips and resources on saving, meal planning, frugality and of course, budgeting.
And if after hearing Sarah’s story you want some ways you can live a more budget conscious life, check out my list of 90 ways to live a more frugal life!
Without further ado, here’s Budget Girl!
Can you tell a little about yourself for people who aren’t familiar with you and your YouTube channel?
I’m Sarah Wilson, also known as Budget Girl on YouTube, where I talk about living a frugal and fun life on a budget. I documented paying off my student loans on a low income over the past three years and am now living debt-free, but still frugally, while pursuing my financial goals.
How much debt did you pay off and how long did it take you?
I started off with $32,640ish dollars in debt and paid thousands of dollars in additional interest as I was working the original number down. It took 3 years and two months.
You’re a writer and editor, why start a video channel?
Because I write and edit writing all day, I did not want to spend more time doing that when I got home – hence the vlog over a blog!
Why the name Budget Girl?
I wanted to commit fully to budgeting my income and getting out of debt. (The former really is the secret to the latter.) It wasn’t the first name I thought of, but it was the best that wasn’t taken already!
Logistics aside, it would be very hard to maintain the moniker if I wasn’t doing the best I could at budgeting, so I thought it would also hold me accountable.
How many videos have you done?
Just over 450. 🙂 It’s crazy to think I’ve done that many.
Update: Sarah has way more videos now with over 5.6 million views!
How do you budget?
I use an Excel-type spreadsheet that I created in Google Drive. It’s very basic and doesn’t require a lot of formulas or spreadsheet acumen. Anyone with a Gmail account has access to drive and it can be accessed from any computer or phone – so my budget is always with me.
How can someone else set up a budget in Google Drive?
I have a copy of one of my budgets available in this video, where I also describe how I budget. Anyone can copy the budget to their drive and use it or change it to meet their needs.
What were some of your side gigs that helped you in paying off debt?
I delivered pizzas for a while on the 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. shift at Hungry Howies. I did secret shopping through SecondtoNone and Marketforce. I bought items at yard sales and sold them online or at consignment.
I also ruthlessly purged my belongings and sold anything I didn’t need. I’ve babysat, dog-sat, dog- trained and helped people organize their spaces.
I have made the most money Youtubing though. My channel currently makes me about $1,000 per month through monetizing the videos with Google. It has been a slowly growing thing.
I didn’t make any money during the first year I was making videos, but it really took off during the final year of debt and I was able to put all my YouTube earnings toward my loans.
What was your biggest setback during the last three years?
Being intentional with your money and having to log every dollar you spend has a wonderful side effect of really coming to understand what life costs.
So if an unexpected expense came up, I dealt with it and made a plan to never have to stress out over that same thing again. So when my car needed sudden work, I started a car repair/replace sinking fund and after that always had at least some money set aside to deal with costly car issues.
The same with medical expenses. So after budgeting for about a year, I was never shocked when a rainy day came and I had umbrellas a-plenty. This allowed me to transform potential setbacks into minor aggravations.
I was aggravated that I couldn’t put as much money to debt that month, but planning for inevitable expenses allowed me to never have to walk backwards.
Instead, I would say that for all three years, I never was set back, but occasionally moved forward more slowly or even had to stand still for a moment.
During this time I sinking funded two cross-state moves and paid cash for a new-to-me used car. But I never went into more debt. I anticipated the storm and slowed my debt payoff temporarily to save up and pay for it.
What are some of the things you’re going to do now that you’re debt free?
I plan to save about $10,000 as a fully funded emergency fund, as per the Dave Ramsey Plan. This will allow me to pay for most issues that may arise with cash on hand. If God forbid, I was to fall ill or lose my job, I would have a healthy nest egg to ease or deal with the situation.
I do also plan on traveling some and generally enjoying life a little more than I allowed myself to when I was on a scorched earth budget and trying to get rid of my debt.
I’ve already started buying the good cheese, chocolate, and coffee at the grocery store instead of the cheap stuff. 🙂 I also plan to save for retirement, invest and generally make smart future-oriented money decisions.
What advice would you give to someone starting their debt-free journey?
It’s not going to be easy, but it will absolutely be worth it. Sacrificing now to live better later will be the best decision you’ve ever made, and looking back you won’t care about the times you had to say no to eating out or the home decor you didn’t buy, because you’ll be free from debt and will have so many more options.
Don’t put this off. You can do it. Keep trying. Definitely, get plugged into a group of like-minded people that will keep you accountable.
There is the financial YouTube community, which I can’t recommend enough, but also financial websites and Dave Ramsey groups online that are encouraging and inspiring (Dave Ramsey Baby Steppers with Compassion and Dave Ramsey’s YouTube Crazies are two very good groups).
If you’re looking for ways to get started cutting your budget like Sarah then try out some of these things I do to save money:
Groupon and LivingSocial for deals on activities.
Shopping through Ebates when making any purchases online will get you cash-back from virtually any retailer.
Apps like ibotta and Checkout51 to save at grocery stores and other big box retailers.
ThredUp for nice secondhand clothing at steep discounts from retail.
Use Blink to save on prescriptions.
EyeBuyDirect to save on prescription eyewear.
Energy saving methods like low-flow showerheads to reduce our utility bill.
Sites like Restaurant.com for dining deals.
I take advantage of free trials at gyms.
Use healthcare sharing to save big time on health insurance.
Jen Smith is a personal finance expert, founder of Modern Frugality and co-host of the Frugal Friends Podcast. Her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Lifehacker, Money Magazine, U.S. News and World Report, Business Insider, and more. She’s passionate about helping people gain control of their spending.
Stylize your home with these 10 decor items to give your home a touch of class and elegance. Check it out!
Home decor is an interesting subject. From colour coordinating the objects in your home to placing the showpieces in the right angle and space, it takes the minute details to bring out the perfect finishing. On today’s Amazon deal of the day, we have curated 10 must-have products that can make your living space look as beautiful as you! So, scroll down and shop your favourite decor item that matches your home theme and vibes well with you.
Artificial flowers handmade with high-quality material make a great decor element for your home. They can be the perfect centrepieces in vases. You can mix them up with other flowers or keep this natural-looking tulip bunch as it is to bring a bohemian touch.
MRP: Rs 800
Deal of the Day: Rs 221
Orchids are rich elegant flowers that give a chic look to any place. The flower vine is carefully wired and joined together and hence is adjustable and can be put in any corner. Elevate the style level of your home with hanging Orchid in the garden area making it a perfect place for evening dine-in or family get together parties.
MRP: Rs 2000
Deal of the Day: Rs 600
Photos make us relive our favourite memories of life every day. Looking at them not only builds a better bond with each other in the family but also creates a visual aesthetic to that space. Create a romantic, peaceful and warm atmosphere for your family with these pretty warm lights to hang in photos, decorate the living space or amp up the party feel at home.
MRP: Rs 1399
Deal of the Day: Rs 359
Provide a touch of classiness to your living space with this captivating metal table lamp. The modern metal table lamp is designed for a modern and elegant look that is the perfect decor for a beautiful modern house. It’s not just a useful product that is an interesting decor element but also an aesthetic look and feels, brightening up the ambience of your home.
MRP: Rs 1799
Deal of the Day: Rs 539
On your desk, shelves or as a paperweight or night your lamp shade, a showpiece idol is what you want to bring out the perfect completion and make your house feel like a home. This divine Buddha idol is an ideal gifting option and an amazing pick to doctorate your living space.
MRP: Rs 1500
Deal of the Day: Rs 499
Inside your drawing room or under the shade in your garden space, a swing chair is a perfect gift to your home. Bohemian style outdoor sitting hammock jhula makes your space charming. This macrame hammock chair is versatile enough to function as a hammock chair Ayala or a simple and elegant decoration in your home.
MRP: Rs 2999
Deal of the Day: Rs 1597
Elevate your home’s style and Illuminate your dining room or living room with this striking cluster pendant. The pendant light comes with everything you need to install and it allows you to customize the fixture to your lighting needs and creates the desired look and a canopy for the ceiling. What’s a home without this home decor!
MRP: Rs 7000
Deal of the Day: Rs 3465
This stylish box adds charm to your dining room shelves and they come in an offbeat colour that completely steals the show. This could be your best choice to carry lunch to college, work, camping, travelling, any indoor or outdoor activities.
MRP: Rs 4090
Deal of the Day: Rs 2945
A well-finish home decor product that is completely focused on elevating the style and aesthetic vision of your home. This ceramic figure comes in neutral shades creating subtle elegance in making the home look prettier.
MRP: Rs 1499
Deal of the Day: Rs 879
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Here are 10 must-buy products from Amazon to keep your home Monica- clean. Check it out!
Cleaning, organising and re-ordering the structure of your home is not an easy task but it is something we all end up doing every day. To keep the charm of the home alive to make guests go awe in the sight of your perfect interiors, we need certain products on a daily basis to get the job done perfectly. Here we bring to you 10 such daily use products that you need in your home to bring the perfection you carve for!
The ultimate cleaning set
Cleaning your home with water and Dettol or any other anti-septic cleaning agent is a must. To make the process easier and a lot of fun, this cleaning set comes with a spin mop with a rectangular bucket and plastic basket for your daily cleaning needs. The sturdy stainless steel metal can handle the heavy load of water and make your cleaning experience quick and sleek!
MRP: Rs 1600
Deal of the day: Rs 849
This super-absorbent fabric can hold up to 5.6 times its weight of water and can be used in the kitchen, bathroom, garage and for wiping floors, crockery, cutlery and even as face towels.
MRP: Rs 559
Deal of the day: Rs 259
Washing machine cover
This pretty and quirky cover adds to your home decor and washing area and also keeps your washing machine free from dust particles. Aren’t they the ideal way to add some visual fun element to the otherwise boring daily use products?
MRP: Rs 700
Deal of the day: Rs 279
Featuring an eye-catching print and soft fabric, here is your ultimate picnic product. It’s flexible waterproof undersize prevent dampness from seeping through the blanket’s surface. The fold and secure blanket come with a velcro flap for easy transportation and packing.
MRP: Rs 1500
Deal of the day: Rs 659
These cutesy gloves come with elastic cuffs to hold on to the wrist and clean the surfaces. Its a daily use product that can be used in the kitchen, bathroom, garage and for wiping surfaces, crockery, cutlery and even for car washing. You need not keep looking for a waste piece of cloth or dirty your hands again.
MRP: Rs 400
Deal of the day: Rs 219
This Jewelry organiser is the best option to use while travelling and it will help you to keep your heavy jewellery in a separate cover from other items in your luggage without any damage. It also helps in keeping the sets safe and you will never lose them again!
MRP: Rs 700
Deal of the day: Rs 379
Maternity pillows are a comfortable prop for various sleeping and resting positions. It retains shape due to hypoallergenic filing of siliconised polyester fibre and gives you the best nap ever!
MRP: Rs 2100
Deal of the day: Rs 1329
This cotton top layer absorbs liquids and allows bedsheets to be spread evenly without lumps. It makes your bedroom look more aesthetic and create a visual elegance and luxe look. The waterproof bottom layer made of polyurethane protects your mattresses against liquid spills and stains.
MRP: Rs 1900
Deal of the day: Rs 569
To make your fridge look more pretty and also to add more space and organise items in a professional way, this organiser cover set is the best option. It protects the fridge from dust and stains and keeps everyday products in an easily accessible space.
MRP: Rs 500
Deal of the day: Rs 299
Yet another interesting product that we think your home needs is a pretty wall sticker that adds to the home decor and creates a visual treat and fills the vacant space. Use in the bedroom, living room, playing room, kid’s room to enhance your living spaces instantly.
MRP: Rs 500
Deal of the day: Rs 299
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Your home should be a reflection of you and your family. Incorporate your personality into your home decor by displaying family collections. Your collections tell stories that deserve to be told – and represented throughout your home.
Get creative and find a place for all of your cherished collections. Here are a few sample ideas to get you started. Modify them according to your collection of choice.
1. Stamps: Do you have a bevy of vintage or one-of-a-kind stamps? Frame pages of stamps. Display your framed collections on mantels, in your entryway, or even create a gallery wall.
2. Crystal Figurines: Display your figurines in glass cases or on a shelf near a window. The light from the windows and glass will reflect on the figurines and make them sparkle beautifully.
3. Matchboxes: If you have a collection of fancy, beautifully designed matchboxes, put them out for show. Group them together on an end table or in an armoire with glass panels.
4. Antiques: One of the most popular collections to display in a home is antiques. Whether it’s antique furniture, picture frames, or something as small as a breadbox, place them in their appropriate room for added decor. Display them in different rooms so that you remember the story behind them whenever you see them.
5. Travel Souvenirs: Save travel souvenirs like museum tickets, plane tickets, and even currency. Put them in memory boxes and frame them throughout your home. Hang a map with pins representing every place you’ve traveled as a family.
6. Any other quirky item: Any collectible has the ability to be hung up on a wall. Creating a gallery wall is the easiest, no fuss way to display your items. Grouping similar picture frames, silver trays, or any other like items on a blank wall in your home creates a focal point of beautiful decor.
Displaying your beloved and timeless collections throughout your home is not only a great way to display your interests, but it’s also a great conversation starter.
“We are seeing a trend towards homeowners wanting to create zen sanctuaries in the home,” said Imani James, certified award-winning interior designer and owner of Imani James Interiors. “A quiet oasis type of environment designated for peace and reflection to recharge and recalibrate. These small secluded areas are filled with natural elements such as plants and crystals and are scented with warm uplifting scents from essential oils and candles. We are adding doors where there wasn’t one previously and creating peaceful nooks wherever we can.”
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Keeping it fun by mixing finishes
As LaMont Bynum, owner of consignment furniture boutique Rite At Home, put it: “don’t be boring… mix it up.”
“Out with the old model of everything must match. Today’s rule is mix it up to add interest and fun,” said Bynum, who is also principal owner/interior designer of Bynum Design Group. “Mixing metal with design makes a statement in a room and can help bring different looks to a space. Ultimately, the finish you choose should fit in well with the style you are trying to emulate.”
To infuse a modern appearance in your room, Bynum said a polished look focused on matte finishes is usually the go-to, while traditional rooms favor fixtures with oil-rubbed finishes.
But there are also things that have gone out of style.
“When it comes to furniture, buying living, dining and bedroom sets are a thing of the past and provides no life to a room,” he said. “Find one foundational piece and start designing. It is like a woman finding the perfect black dress.”
Defined spaces for work and relaxation
Working from our dwellings means our home lives have blended with our office lives. As such, many residents hope to outline rooms for work and play, sepearting the two in an effort to obtain work-life balance.
“A real focus, and one that we definitely see continuing through the coming years, is a more defined and fuller use of every space in the home, whether it be for work, for relaxation, or for family activity,” Grossman said. “While most of our clients either already had home offices or spaces easily converted, we saw a wonderful trend toward adding bright spots of color — rays of happiness — as those spaces were organized and brought to life for full-time use. We saw an emphasis on creating comfortable spaces for the family to gather once the work and school day was done.”
Grossman noted her company converted a dining room into a family dining lounge, which included a custom banquette with chaise lounges, ideal for reading or watching a movie after supper. Outdoor areas and sunrooms were transformed into areas where people can have socially distanced get-togethers.
“I can only see this embrace of home continuing as the world opens back up, with newly found enjoyment and respite as continued themes,” she said.
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Transitional rooms and luxury living spaces
As with many things amid the pandemic, what clients seek from home decor has changed. Ashley Miller, a leading interior designer in the southeast and owner of Ashley Miller Design, said clients no longer ask whether or not their home makes them feel “comfortable, alive, or secure.”
Now, they ask more specific questions.
Aside from moving away from open floor plans, Miller said she also notices “clients desiring spaces that can transition them from one place to another — be it from a home office to a sitting room, or a living room with the kids, to a quiet, relaxing room designed to let them sit in peace and quiet.
“One room might be airy with light tones, while another close by may be a combination of stronger colors with more pattern,” she continued. “In other words, what used to be large, open floor plans with a continuous theme running throughout is being replaced with multiple rooms and transitioning styles that are curated depending on the mood the client wants.”
Clients are also seeking ways to decompress at home rather than taking a seasonal getaway.
“We all wish we could travel like we once did so now we are looking to bring the travel experience and luxury into our everyday lives,” Miller said. “For instance, clients are now trying to mimic the experience of having just stayed at a fine boutique hotel — whether it’s in the dining room, bar/entertaining area, or master bedroom. This has been a developing trend over the past few years but the pandemic has only accelerated it. Why not replicate that same experience at home?”
Home Decor – Take a look at a five-bedroom Dallas home with three spaces for work or studying
This Dallas house might solve the modern-day problem of living, playing, working and learning in one location. It has a lot of space and plenty of privacy in each room.
While open floor plans have been popular in the last few years, the pandemic has changed buyers’ desires, said listing agent Marti Voorheis of Dave Perry-Miller. Now, people want to have their own space while our homes act as the command centers for our careers, education and so on.
She said the home has several rooms that could be “whatever a buyer needs them to be.”
The home at 5634 Caruth Blvd. offers just that. Within its 6,410 square feet, you’ll find five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. It also has two living spaces on each level and two laundry rooms. There are three areas great for working from home, with one in the closet beneath the stairs.
The home is on the market for $2,990,000.
“It has basically the best of what everyone is looking for today in Dallas,” Voorheis said.
LRO Residential built the home in 2015, and the seller has since outfitted the home with luxury add-ons like designer wallpaper, lighting and electric shades on every one of the windows. The seller also finished out the attic, which provides additional living space on the second floor.
The primary suite and a guest suite sit on the first floor of the home, and the remaining three bedrooms are on the second floor. All have en suite bathrooms.
On the first floor, the kitchen flows into a living room and dining area. There is a second living room on the first floor, along with an office and another dining area.
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The two living spaces on the second floor include the finished-out attic and another living space with its own wet bar. Throughout the home, bright, light and airy elements are on display, from the home’s abundant natural light to the minimalist color palette that could be flexible for future buyers’ customization.
Outside, there is patio living space, a pool with a spa and additional green space. The home also features a 3-car garage.
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Home Decor – Take a look at a five-bedroom Dallas home with three spaces for work or studying
According to a new report published by Report Ocean, titled, “U.S. Home Decor Market by Product Type, Income Group, Price, Distribution Channel & Category: Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020–2027,” The U.S. home decor market size was valued at $125,813.0 million in 2019, and is estimated to reach $158,929.1 million by 2027, registering a CAGR of 8.0% from 2020 to 2027. In 2019, the floor covering segment accounted for significant contribution in the U.S. home decor market share, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.4% throughout the forecast period. GET SAMPLE COPY @ https://www.reportocean.com/industry-verticals/sample-request?report_id=AMR1146
The U.S. home decor market has witnessed significant growth over the years, and is expected to grow at a steady pace during the forecast period. This is attributed to the fact that market players are focusing on developing eco-friendly products, owing to rise in environment awareness. The floor covering segment occupied the largest share in the overall home decor market in 2019, and is expected to maintain its leading position throughout the forecast period, owing to the wide adoption of floor coverings,
The home decor market in U.S. is driven by surge in disposable income and improvement in living standards. Moreover, the rise in affinity of consumers toward consumer-friendly home décor products are anticipated to boost the demand for home decor products. However, availability of low-quality and counterfeit products and fluctuations in the prices of raw materials used to manufacture these products restrain the market growth. Conversely, surge in demand for trendy and unique furniture is anticipated to provide lucrative opportunities for the U.S. home decor market growth.
The U.S. home decor market is segmented based on product type, distribution channel, price, income group and category. Depending on product type, the market is divided into furniture, home textile, and floor covering. By distribution channel, it is fragmented into supermarkets & hypermarkets, specialty stores, e-commerce, and others. Based on the price, the market is segmented into premium and mass. Based on the income group, the market is segmented into lower-middle income, upper-middle income, and higher income. Based on category, the market is segmented into eco-friendly and conventional.
According to the U.S. home decor market analysis the floor covering segment generated the highest revenue in 2019, and is expected to remain dominant throughout the forecast period. The flooring segment is also expected to witness the highest growth rate of 8.4% from 2020-2027.
According to the U.S. Home Decor market forecast based on distribution channel, the specialty stores segment was the highest contributor to the U.S. market in 2019 and is expected to remain dominant through 2020-2027. However, the E-commerce segment is expected to grow at a higher growth rate through the forecast period.
Based on the price, the mass segment was the highest contributor to the U.S. home decor market in 2019 and is expected to remain dominant through 2020-2027. However, the premium segment is expected to grow at a higher growth rate through the forecast period
Based on the income group, the higher income segment was the highest contributor to the U.S. home decor market in 2019 and is expected to remain dominant through 2020-2027. The upper-middle income segment is expected to grow at a notable growth rate through the forecast period.
Based on the category, the conventional segment was the highest contributor to the U.S. home decor market in 2019 and is expected to remain dominant through 2020-2027. The eco-friendly segment is expected to grow at a highest growth rate through the forecast period
Key findings of the study
The U.S. home decor market was valued at $125,813.0 million in 2020 and is estimated to reach $158,929.1 million by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 8.0% through the forecast period. Based on product type, the floor covering service segment would witness the fastest growth, registering a CAGR of 8.4% during the forecast period. In 2019, based on distribution channel, the specialty stores segment held the highest share, accounting for nearly half of the U.S. home decor industry. In 2019, based on the price, the mass segment was the most prominent segment and is expected to grow at a significant CAGR throughout the forecast period. Conventional segment was the dominant segment in 2019, accounting for a considerable share in the U.S. market.
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