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The Most Popular Interior Design Styles By State Realtorâ®

The Most Popular Interior Design Styles By State Realtorâ® The Most Popular Interior Design Styles By State Realtorâ®

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“It is surprising to me that coastal was only popular in one state,” says Steves. “I thought it would have been big in Maine, Rhode Island, Florida, and Massachusetts around Cape Cod.”

“All the 30-somethings I know are very contemporary or Mid-Century Modern,” she says. “I think the home [reality] shows may be influencing this.”Photo by New Generation Home Improvements – Contemporary kitchens like this one are trending in states such as Texas, New York, and Virginia. 

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Alabama: Bohemian Alaska: Bohemian Arizona: Traditional Arkansas: Shabby chic California: Transitional Colorado: Industrial Connecticut: Victorian Delaware: Victorian Florida: Contemporary Georgia: Bohemian Hawaii: Traditional Idaho: Shabby chic Illinois: Contemporary Indiana: Victorian Iowa: Industrial Kansas: Contemporary Kentucky: Traditional Louisiana: Shabby chic Maine: Victorian Maryland: Contemporary Massachusetts: Transitional Michigan: Industrial Minnesota: Mid-Century Modern Mississippi: Shabby chic Missouri: Victorian Montana: Bohemian Nebraska: Victorian Nevada: Victorian New Hampshire: Bohemian New Jersey: Bohemian New Mexico: Art Deco New York: Contemporary North Carolina: Contemporary North Dakota: Bohemian Ohio: Industrial Oklahoma: Vintage Oregon: Industrial Pennsylvania: Vintage Rhode Island: Vintage South Carolina: Coastal South Dakota: Western Tennessee: Shabby chic Texas: Contemporary Utah: Modern farmhouse Vermont: Vintage Virginia: Contemporary Washington: Mid-Century Modern West Virginia: Bohemian Wisconsin: Industrial Wyoming: Western

That’s not to say there weren’t some notable similarities. Joybird discovered that although midcentury-modern living rooms seem to have taken over Pinterest, it’s actually Victorian design that is most searched overall, in a total of ten states ranging from Nevada to Maine. Right behind it was what feels like the complete opposite look: bohemian. That style was either the first or second most searched in 22 states. Of the East, West, North, and South, Southerners were the most united in their decor tastes. Joybird notes that across the area, only four of the 15 aesthetics popped up: contemporary, shabby chic, coastal and bohemian. In the West, on the other hand, 10 different styles appeared.

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The study compared the most-searched interior design terms in each state, based on Google Trends data over the past 12 months.

Take a look at the rest of the most searched styles in the chart below.

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Bohemian, the No. 2 style, was the top search term in nine states: Alaska, Montana, North Dakota, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, West Virginia, New Hampshire, and New Jersey.

Ultimately, at least a couple states chose every style—except one. Arizona stands out as the trendsetter, the only state to have modern farmhouse as its most searched term. Perhaps we’re about to see a transformation on our Pinterest feeds. . .

A study done by Joybird has revealed that the Victorian style is the most popular décor style than any other. Even though that’s the most popular across 10 states, it’s not necessarily making its way across the entire country. Here in California and in New York, the styles preferred are more traditional and contemporary styles.

When you think of what’s hot in interior design right now, do your dad’s wingback chairs and grandma’s ornate chandeliers come to mind? Well, maybe they should. A new study by Joybird, a custom furniture company, revealed that Victorian is the interior design style that wins the popularity vote in more U.S. states than any other decor style.

For more about the trending styles across the nation, visit: http://www.realtor.com/news/trends/top-design-styles-by-state/

But hold off on a full “Age of Innocence” home makeover. Crown molding and floral wallpaper might reign supreme in 10 states, but that doesn’t mean stuffy Victorian style is on the rise across the country. In fact, trendsetting states such as California and New York actually preferred transitional and contemporary styles, respectively.

“The design and fashion industries and other businesses on the East and West coasts help drive the trends,” says Bonnie J. Steves, an interior designer in New York City.

“Transitional has some key elements of classic, timeless design but offers modern convenience with simple lines and profiles,” says Eric Tsai, director of marketing for Joybird. “People in California seem to like the mix and match of old and new more than staying within a defined style.”

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Anyone who wants to stay on the pulse of the next big thing in design has long known to look to New York and California, and the study confirms it.

Of particular interest to many design mavens is contemporary style, which has taken root in New York. The style encompasses a range of different trends developed in the latter half of the 20th century, featuring rounded lines and a mix of bold and neutral shades.

We know age plays a major role in which decor style you like the most—millennials can’t get enough of modern furnishings, baby boomers not so much—but what about where you live? Custom furniture company Joybird built a list of popular interior design trends, then dove into Google Trends data to uncover their search popularity in each state over the last year. Unsurprisingly, not everyone was in agreement. Take Californians and New Yorkers, who already argue over who has the best cuisine and the most optimal weather. Californians search most for transitional design (that middle ground between traditional and modern), while New Yorkers are decidedly interested in the contemporary look.

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For those trying to keep up with the next best thing, sticking with the trends in New York and California is usually the route to go. What happens on the coasts in trends usually works inward. The contemporary style in New York focuses on rounded lines, and a mix of bold and neutral shades. In California, the more transitional style combines modern and traditional. What state does the style of your home fall into?

“California culture is one of constant transitions,” says interior designer Linda Kitson of Summit, NJ. She favors such features as whitewashed oak beams, natural light, and bronze-framed windows.

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Victorian style reigned supreme in the greatest number of states, followed by bohemian and contemporary.

How does your home’s style stack up against the most popular style in your state? Check out the list below.

South Carolina was the only state where coastal was the most searched style, which could indicate that people in general are cooling to the trend.

The transitional style favored in California is a more accessible look that melds two different aesthetics: modern and traditional.

The states where Victorian style is No. 1 are Nevada, Nebraska, Missouri, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Delaware.

“Traditionally, home styles begin on either coast and work toward the center of the country,” says John B. Chadwick Jr., an interior designer in New York City.

Out of the most searched on Google across the country, the rankings are as follows:

Photo by R.P. Morrison Builders, Inc. – This transitional living room in Portland, ME, perfectly balances a number of styles into one crowd-pleasing space.

Alabama: BohemianAlaska: BohemianArizona: TraditionalArkansas: Shabby chicCalifornia: TransitionalColorado: IndustrialConnecticut: VictorianDelaware: VictorianFlorida: ContemporaryGeorgia: BohemianHawaii: TraditionalIdaho: Shabby chicIllinois: ContemporaryIndiana: VictorianIowa: IndustrialKansas: ContemporaryKentucky: TraditionalLouisiana: Shabby chicMaine: VictorianMaryland: ContemporaryMassachusetts: TransitionalMichigan: IndustrialMinnesota: Mid-Century ModernMississippi: Shabby chicMissouri: VictorianMontana: BohemianNebraska: VictorianNevada: VictorianNew Hampshire: BohemianNew Jersey: BohemianNew Mexico: Art DecoNew York: ContemporaryNorth Carolina: ContemporaryNorth Dakota: BohemianOhio: IndustrialOklahoma: VintageOregon: IndustrialPennsylvania: VintageRhode Island: VintageSouth Carolina: CoastalSouth Dakota: WesternTennessee: Shabby chicTexas: ContemporaryUtah: Modern farmhouseVermont: VintageVirginia: ContemporaryWashington: Mid-Century ModernWest Virginia: BohemianWisconsin: IndustrialWyoming: Western

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Contemporary was also the top searched style in Texas. Houston-based architect and interior designer Lauren Rottet says she has been seeing a lot more homes spotlighting the style being built in the Houston and Dallas areas.

Victorian Bohemian Contemporary Industrial Shabby Chic Traditional Mid-Century Modern Art Deco Transitional Western Coastal Modern Farmhouse Vintage

“Contemporary style in particular will permeate in coming years,” says Steves. “We live in such a connected, digital society that someone can see something that’s trending in New York and immediately have access to it in Kansas City.”

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