Interior Design 2014 Outlook and State of the Industry

The Interior Design 2014 Outook and State of the Industry reportInterior designers have faced 2014 with a mixture of hope and concern. The hope rests on good economic news: Unemployment is down, housing is up, and more money is being spent on renovation and commercial development.

 

The Interior Design 2014 Outook and State of the Industry report

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OVERVIEW

Interior designers have faced 2014 with a mixture of hope and concern. The hope rests on good economic news: Unemployment is down, housing is up, and more money is being spent on renovation and commercial development. Many believe these strong indicators have the potential to boost the number of design clients and to increase the size of the jobs they commission. Despite these positive economic trends, challenges remain. Among interior designers, the top concerns include proving the value of professional interior design and attracting new clients.

The Interior Design 2014 Outlook and State of the Industry report contains a summary of the current economic environment, demographics about interior designers working across the United States, an analysis of the economic impact of interior design on the economy, and a review of the trends affecting the practice and business of interior design.

Examine the results of data compiled and analyzed by ASID Research to determine how the industry’s outlook will affect you and your business.

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