Home design is never far from the kitchen. In fact, kitchen design is one of our favorite topics because most are small hacks you can implement whether you own or rent. However, when it comes to choosing a design style, it can be incredibly frustrating and confusing to figure things out. Do you like the farmhouse style, like Chip and Joanna Gaines, or are you more into a modern, sleek look? Maybe you appreciate the Southwestern ranch style of the Pioneer Woman. Either way, the options are endless, but you have to make a design eventually.
If crowdsourcing helps you out the most, then you'll love this map detailing the hottest design trends in your state. Furniture maker Joybird's design blog Canvas recently compiled Google Trends data on the top-three most-searched interior design styles, by state, and translated it into this trio of easy-on-the-eyes maps.
The interior design styles
Of those, the top three most searched interior design terms were Victorian in 10 states; Bohemian in nine states; and Contemporary, in seven states.
Industrial and Shabby Chic came in fourth and fifth, with six and five states, respectively. Traditional and Mid-Century modern tied with three states each. Art Deco, Transitional and Western were the most-searched styles in two states, each, and Coastal, Modern Farmhouse and Vintage each took one state.
Two of the styles searched -- rustic and casual modern -- weren't among the top searches in any state.
Looking at the second most-searched term, Bohemian and Victorian once again topped the list, coming in No. 2 in 13 and 7 states, respectively.
Mid-Century Modern came in third, leading in five states as the second most-searched style term.
Victorian once again topped the list of third most-searched term, in 10 states. This time around, though, Modern Farmhouse, Traditional and Transitional all saw significant gains in their rankings.
State by State: #1 Most Searched Style
Arkansas: Shabby Chic
Idaho: Shabby Chic
Louisiana: Shabby Chic
Minnesota: Mid-Century Modern
Mississippi: Shabby Chic
New Hampshire: Bohemian
New Jersey: Bohemian
New Mexico: Art Deco
New York: Contemporary
North Carolina: Bohemian
North Dakota: Bohemian
Rhode Island: Victorian
South Carolina: Coastal
South Dakota: Western
Tennessee: Shabby Chic
Utah: Modern Farmhouse
Washington: Mid-Century Modern
West Virginia: Bohemian
Do you agree with your state's style? Let us know in the comments below!