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Interior design trends: what’s in and what's out

Use these ideas to jumpstart your home renovation project

Last Updated 7/13/17
by Kate Williams, Ph.D. ConsumerAffairs Research Team
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Introduction

To help homeowners figure out which home renovation projects are worth their investment, online real estate brokerage website Redfin analyzed millions of listings to see which search terms have grown in popularity since 2011.

Whether you’re looking for high return on investment (ROI) to sell your house or just need to give your home a more modern feel, check out the home renovation trends they uncovered.

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Conclusion

When it comes down to it, your home’s interior design has to fit your style and taste. Use these trends as a guideline to plan and begin a home renovation. If you’re thinking about selling your home soon, recognize that homebuyers will be looking for homes with some, or all, of these features and plan accordingly. Start with rooms that get the most use, such as your kitchen, bathroom or living room, for the biggest ROI.

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As a member of the ConsumerAffairs Research Team, Kate Williams, Ph.D. believes everyone deserves easy access to accurate and comprehensive information on products and businesses before they make a purchase. She spends countless hours researching companies and industries before writing buyers guides to make sure consumers have all the information they need to make smart, informed buying decisions.

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