United States Home Decor Markets 2020-2027 by Product Type, Distribution Channel, Income Group, Price and Category – ResearchAndMarkets.com

United States Home Decor Markets 2020-2027 by Product Type, Distribution Channel, Income Group, Price and Category – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “U.S. Home Decor Market by Product Type, Distribution Channel, Income Group, Price and Category: Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020-2027” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The rise in popularity of eco-friendly home decor products among consumers, owing to increase in environment concerns significantly contribute toward the growth of the global market. Moreover, an increase in disposable income and improvement in living standards in the emerging countries such as China and India along with rise in affinity of consumers toward luxury home decor products augment the growth of the home decor market.

However, availability of low-quality and counterfeit products restricts the growth of the market. In addition, dearth of skilled labor, ineffective transportation, and lack of infrastructure facilities may act as a hindrance for the home decor market. On the contrary, The upsurge in demand for trendy, customized, and fashionable designs for home decor products and increase in popularity of home decor products among high-income consumers are anticipated to provide lucrative growth opportunities for the global home decor market.

The U.S. home decor market is segmented into product type, income group, price, distribution channel, and category. On the basis of product type, the market is divided into furniture, home textile, and floor covering. Depending on distribution channel, it is segregated into supermarkets and hypermarkets, specialty stores, e-commerce, and others. By income group, it is fragmented into lower-middle income, upper-middle income, and higher income. As per price point, it is categorized into mass and premium. Based on the category, the market is segmented into eco-friendly and conventional.

The U.S. Home Decor Market is segmented based on service type and end-user. Based on the service type the market is segmented into event management security service, watch service, personal protection, mobile patrol security service, pre-employment screening, and other services. Based on end-user, the market is classified into commercial, institutional, residential, and government. The key players in the industry has been dependent on various strategies such as business expansion and product launches to garner higher shares in the U.S. home decor market.

Key Benefits for Stakeholders

  • The report provides a quantitative analysis of the current market trends, estimations, and dynamics of the market size from 2019-2027 identify the prevailing U.S. home decor market opportunities.
  • Porter’s five forces analysis highlights the potency of buyers and supplier’s tenable stakeholder’s make profit-oriented business decisions and strengthen their supplier-buyer network.
  • In-depth analysis of the size and segmentation assists in determining the prevailing market opportunities.
  • The major countries in each region are mapped according their revenue contribution the industry.
  • The market player positioning segment facilitates benchmarking and provides a clear understanding of the present position of the market players in the sports equipment & apparel industry.

KEY MARKET SEGMENTATION

By Product Type

  • Furniture Textiles
  • Floor Coverings

By Distribution Channel

  • Supermarkets/Hypermarkets
  • Specialty Stores
  • E-commerce
  • Others

By Income Group

  • Lower-middle Income
  • Upper-Middle Income
  • Higher Income

By Price

By Category

  • Eco-friendly
  • Conventional
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United States Home Decor Markets 2020-2027 by Product Type, Distribution Channel, Income Group, Price and Category

The “U.S. Home Decor Market by Product Type, Distribution Channel, Income Group, Price and Category: Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020-2027” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The rise in popularity of eco-friendly home decor products among consumers, owing to increase in environment concerns significantly contribute toward the growth of the global market. Moreover, an increase in disposable income and improvement in living standards in the emerging countries such as China and India along with rise in affinity of consumers toward luxury home decor products augment the growth of the home decor market.

However, availability of low-quality and counterfeit products restricts the growth of the market. In addition, dearth of skilled labor, ineffective transportation, and lack of infrastructure facilities may act as a hindrance for the home decor market. On the contrary, The upsurge in demand for trendy, customized, and fashionable designs for home decor products and increase in popularity of home decor products among high-income consumers are anticipated to provide lucrative growth opportunities for the global home decor market.

The U.S. home decor market is segmented into product type, income group, price, distribution channel, and category. On the basis of product type, the market is divided into furniture, home textile, and floor covering. Depending on distribution channel, it is segregated into supermarkets and hypermarkets, specialty stores, e-commerce, and others. By income group, it is fragmented into lower-middle income, upper-middle income, and higher income. As per price point, it is categorized into mass and premium. Based on the category, the market is segmented into eco-friendly and conventional.

The U.S. Home Decor Market is segmented based on service type and end-user. Based on the service type the market is segmented into event management security service, watch service, personal protection, mobile patrol security service, pre-employment screening, and other services. Based on end-user, the market is classified into commercial, institutional, residential, and government. The key players in the industry has been dependent on various strategies such as business expansion and product launches to garner higher shares in the U.S. home decor market.

Key Benefits for Stakeholders

  • The report provides a quantitative analysis of the current market trends, estimations, and dynamics of the market size from 2019-2027 identify the prevailing U.S. home decor market opportunities.
  • Porter’s five forces analysis highlights the potency of buyers and supplier’s tenable stakeholder’s make profit-oriented business decisions and strengthen their supplier-buyer network.
  • In-depth analysis of the size and segmentation assists in determining the prevailing market opportunities.
  • The major countries in each region are mapped according their revenue contribution the industry.
  • The market player positioning segment facilitates benchmarking and provides a clear understanding of the present position of the market players in the sports equipment & apparel industry.

KEY MARKET SEGMENTATION

By Product Type

  • Furniture Textiles
  • Floor Coverings

By Distribution Channel

  • Supermarkets/Hypermarkets
  • Specialty Stores
  • E-commerce
  • Others

By Income Group

  • Lower-middle Income
  • Upper-Middle Income
  • Higher Income

By Price

By Category

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House Hunting in Canada: A Rowhouse in Old Montreal With Income Potential

This four-story attached greystone rowhouse is in Old Montreal, the historic riverside district just east of Montreal’s downtown core. The property faces Marché Bonsecours, a restored 1847 building that once housed the city’s main public market. Behind the market building are Montreal’s Old Port and the St. Lawrence River.

“This is the beating heart of scenic Old Montreal,” said Felix Jasmin of Engel & Völkers Montreal, the listing agent.

Built in 1870, the six-bedroom, three-bathroom house offers 12,000 square feet of living space, including a detached rear carriage house. From the street, an arched entryway opens to a long entry hall and double-sized living room whose gleaming marble floors once adorned the Bank of Montreal’s headquarters nearby. “The owner’s contractor happened to be the guy demolishing the bank,” Mr. Jasmin said.

Tall, latticed windows run the length of the living room, illuminating its exposed-brick wall and whitewashed surfaces. “The wooden windows are very typical of Old Montreal,” Mr. Jasmin said. The living room connects to a formal dining room with an enormous chandelier and brick-encased decorative fireplace.

The dining room links to a small, furnished solarium with a glass ceiling and a French country feel. “The idea was to have your aperitifs in the living room, dinner in the dining room, and your liquor in the solarium,” Mr. Jasmin said. From the solarium, a door opens to a small back terrace. The home’s kitchen, also off the solarium, “was meant as a functional kitchen, for catered meals, and it’s a very different look from the rest of the house,” Mr. Jasmin said.

A curved staircase ascends to the main suite, which occupies the entire second floor. “This was the owner’s private floor, and it’s the masterpiece of the building,” Mr. Jasmin said. “It feels like a Parisian apartment.” A large bedroom with en suite bath flows through a wide archway into a high-ceilinged, tiled living room. A pair of cast-iron doors conceal an office, which Mr. Jasmin said could become a bedroom.

Five bedrooms occupy the building’s third floor, though only one bathroom. The floor has a small kitchen with a washer-dryer and a dining area. A spiral staircase leads from the third floor to an unfinished attic, “which is almost full-sized. A tall adult can stand in it,” Mr. Jasmin said.

The owner, a Montreal businesswoman who also lives in Paris, “once hosted fashion shows in the house, and many dinners for Montreal’s who’s who,” Mr. Jasmin said. Over a half-century of ownership, she has replaced electrical and HVAC systems, upgraded windows to withstand Montreal winters, and preserved the landmark facade.

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