Covid Remodel Style and Inspiration (Part 3 of 3-Part Series)
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Social media: 37% TV home renovation shows: 21% Other people’s homes: 19% Home design magazines: 16% Other: 7%
Most and Least Popular Design Styles
Most popular remodel styles by percentage of respondents who used it:
Least popular remodel styles by percentage of respondents who used it:
In New York, minimalist was the most popular aesthetic (26%); Rustic was the second-most popular (21%). This is a divergence from the overall survey results, for which contemporary was the most popular (18%). In Pennsylvania, contemporary was the least popular aesthetic (4%). In Georgia, modern farmhouse, mid-century modern, and contemporary tied for most popular aesthetic (15%). This is the only state where mid-century modern made the most popular list.
Most Expensive Design Aesthetics
Industrial: 19% spent over $50K Coastal: 11% spent over $50K Mid-century modern: 7% spent over $50K Minimalist: 7% spent over $50K Bohemian: 6% spent over $50K Contemporary: 6% spent over $50K Eclectic: 3% spent over $50K Modern farmhouse: 3% spent over $50K Rustic: 0% spent over $50K Shabby Chic: 0% spent over $50K
Least Expensive Design Aesthetics
Modern farmhouse: 53% spent $10K or less Rustic: 47% spent $10K or less Shabby Chic: 44% spent $10K or less Mid-century modern: 40% spent $10K or less Minimalist: 38% spent $10K or less Contemporary: 37% spent $10K or less Eclectic: 37% spent $10K or less Industrial: 26% spent $10K or less Coastal: 25% spent $10K or less Bohemian: 19% spent $10K or less
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