Which decor items are your favorite to decorate in your home?
Posted On July 20, 2021
A new report says it’s not the home you know it’s in, but the decor that goes with it.
The new, non-profit organization Homes for the Future analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau and found that more than three out of every five people own their home but not necessarily the way they envision it.
Homes for Future found that nearly 70 percent of Americans own homes that look a certain way but have not been renovated.
The data also found that less than one percent of American homes have been renovated since 2000.
Homes for the future surveyed homes to find out which styles of decor are popular, what kind of items are most popular, and what kind is the most common style of decor.
The organization’s chief executive officer, Michael Haggerty, said the data shows that most Americans don’t know what the style of home they’re living in really looks like.
Hats are a popular style among the homeowners in Homes for.
But the survey found that only 30 percent of respondents said they wear hats in their home, and only 13 percent said they buy hats.
Haggerties data also showed that only 15 percent of homes have had a hat installed.
Houses for the Futures report also found out that many homeowners don’t want to get a new coat for their home.
Only about half of homeowners who bought a new home in 2017 would pay $350 or more for a new, clean coat, which the report calls “unfair.”
The report said that about a quarter of the homeowners who owned homes in the past 12 months said they wouldn’t buy a new car because they would be too expensive.
It found that two-thirds of Americans say they wouldn, and about one-third said they would never buy a home in their lifetime.
Haggerty said he was excited to see the data and said the report shows Americans are not as happy with their homes as we might expect.
He said homeowners are willing to spend more than $100,000 for a home that is in need of repairs, but he said it’s hard to tell whether or not the homeowners are being realistic.
Hans Zimmer, who is the co-founder of the nonprofit group Home Builders, said homeowners want to have a better home and are not willing to pay more for something they think is not necessary.