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Dear Home Building Enthusiast,

This month, we're looking at the area of interior design and the type of trends that are taking Australia by storm.

Budget Direct Insurance recently released results of a Google Trends analysis that shows the Industrial style of design is a firm favourite across the country.

We look at the key points of that survey, as well as giving you some tips and ideas for 2020 trends and dos and don'ts when it comes to redesigning your spaces.

And finally, we encourage you to check out the new Build.com.au podcast.

Happy reading!


Anna Hayes | Editor - Build | www.build.com.au
Mapped - Australia's favourite interiors

Mapped - Australia's favourite interiors

A new study, carried out by Budget Direct Home Insurance, using Google Trends, has revealed the top interior designs across Australia.

Combining rough and sleek makes Industrial a winner

Combining rough and sleek makes Industrial a winner

The Aussie lifestyle is ever-changing but the Industrial style of interior design remains timeless, according to Sydney-based interior designer Miriam Pinkney.

Architecture and Design trends to watch out for in 2020

Architecture and Design trends to watch out for in 2020

2020 is brimming with exciting new trends worthy of this fresh new decade. While 2019 was dominated by products showcasing innovation and sustainability, this year, even more stunning and clever new styles will make their way onto the design scene.

Dos and don'ts of interior design

Dos and don'ts of interior design

Interior design includes concept expansion, space designing, site examination, research, conversing with the stakeholders of the deal and lastly implementation of the design.

Check out the inaugural Build.com.au podcast!

Check out the inaugural Build.com.au podcast!

Build.com.au has started a new podcast series with the first episode recently going live. Check it out and subscribe for updates!

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