Diwali: The best home decor for Diwals

The most popular holiday of the year comes to an end on November 9th and, according to a new study, Diwallya, the festival that marks the start of the Hindu calendar, is going to get the most attention from the decor industry.

The study from Deloitte & M&M found that the decor market is in an interesting spot and has grown exponentially in the past few years.

The number of companies making a living off of decorating homes jumped by 50 percent in the first quarter of 2019 to reach more than 1,000 companies, according the study.

The research also found that while the overall number of people who decorate their homes rose by a whopping 4 percent to 5 million in 2019, the number of home decorators grew by just a little over 5 percent.

The number of homes in the market has continued to climb in recent years, according Deloittes research.

According to the study, the industry is projected to grow by about 1.5 million to 2.4 million jobs in 2020.

The survey also revealed that while a quarter of the consumers said they have been decorating their home for years, a mere 2 percent of the market was being decorated with the same decor style every year.

In the first half of 2019, home decor was the most popular theme in the home decor market, with nearly half the respondents choosing to decorate with the theme.

This was followed by window display, outdoor décor, and flooring, followed by carpet, ceiling and wall art, according with Deloits research.

The market was also the most likely to spend money on decorating, with about 30 percent of respondents paying more than $1,000 for a house decor item.

It was followed closely by furniture and decor items, with another 19 percent paying more.

However, the study found that many consumers have had more difficulty decorating the home they own, such as those who have a pet.

The survey also showed that a whopping 33 percent of consumers say they don’t own a home in India, and more than 20 percent have a home owned by relatives.

The biggest theme, with a market share of 63 percent, was window display.

It also led the survey with the most people choosing it as their theme for a home.

However, there were also some trends highlighted.

Most respondents said they were still planning to decorating in 2019.

The trend towards decorating a home with the latest technology, such a digital platform, is not entirely a new one.

The popularity of digital platforms such as Pinterest and Instagram are also increasing.

According to the research, while people are planning to spend more money on decorations, the trend towards having a family member decorate is not a new trend.

However they are less likely to be spending on decorates on a daily basis, and are also more likely to keep the decorating simple.

This is also the case when it comes to spending on home furnishings.

Nearly 60 percent of those surveyed said they did not spend money in their home on furnishing, a trend that continues to grow.

In addition, the survey showed that most respondents were planning to move away from home decorating entirely in 2019 and instead opt for decorating for their family.

This trend is likely to continue in the years to come.

Deloitts research also noted that a large portion of the respondents have also moved away from decorating because of the economic crisis in India.

This includes the large majority of the Indian people who have retired.

While there are many people who want to decoramp their home in 2019 after retirement, it is unlikely that people will go out of their way to decororate their home, according and Deloites research.

While the study did not include information on how people spent their money, it does provide a glimpse into the number who are saving for a trip to India.

The research also showed, that a huge portion of people are spending a lot of money on holidays and holidays are also seen as the best time to decorat.