NEW YORK, February 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
New global research from Booking.com, the global leader in connecting people with the most incredible places to stay, reveals that interior design is a vacation accommodation "sweet spot" for Americans. One in three (32%) said the interior design of their accommodation is the most important factor when choosing where to stay, and four in ten Americans (43%) are inspired to undertake interior design work when they return to their own home
As well as their accommodation, other top sources that influence American travelers' plans to redecorate include the sights and sounds (colors, textiles) of their destination (41%) and being immersed in a new culture (38%).
When choosing somewhere to stay, the majority of Americans (80%) don't pick an accommodation that matches the style of their own home -and 52% enjoy being in a completely different setting as it helps them get the most from their vacation.
For maximum inspiration, vacation rental homes offer more unique or unusual interior design than other types of accommodation, as 35% of Americans select rental homes for their inspirational décor, compared to just 19% who select hotels on this same basis.
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