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Pandemic Has Influenced Home Office And Spa Interior Trends, According To Study And Expert

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With over 2,000,000 monthly Google searches for ‘interior design’ in the United States, our desire for a stylish house is evidently on the rise. “Bridgerton,” “Snowpiercer,” and “The Queen’s Gambit” are among the TV shows fueling our interior design hunger in addition to the constant visuals on social media.

Modsy has disclosed that traditional and comfortable interior will be huge in 2021 and as the Internet is the biggest source of decoration inspiration for homeowners, analyzed exclusive design lists and can reveal the top ten Instagrammable styles.

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The full findings can be found here. The highlights include:

  • An Environmental Psychologist and Wellbeing Consultant believes 2021’s interior design styles are about comfort and serenity
  • Rustic is the top interior design trend for 2021 with over 3,000,000 Instagram hashtags
  • In second place is the romantic interpretation of rural life, cottage core (1,471,555 Instagram hashtags)
  • Spa and home office design styles have shot up to third and fourth place with 690,872 and 599,864 hashtags respectively
  • Individuals are clearly missing beach getaways as they bring distant shores to their homes – 16,037 hashtags for beach house interior design

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