We've been in our home for almost a year, and there are still entire areas of our house untouched. Basically, I had no idea it was going to take so long to make our home feel "finished," and the more people I talk to, the more I think there is no such thing. It's why everyone loves running to Target for a new pillow or HomeGoods for a cute soap dispenser — decorating your home and making it feel like you is a fun work in progress. But it's amazing to me how different the most popular home decor items can vary from person to person, let alone state to state. One person's throw pillow is another person's bar tray, and even entire regions can differ in their home decor wants and needs.
Next Day Blinds, a window treatment supplier, recently pulled together data on each state's most popular home decor. They started by looking at the most commonly purchased home items based off of popular home decor store websites like Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn, West Elm, and Target. From there, they tracked Google shopping data, and found some really surprising results. Honestly, I can't believe patio string lights, succulents, and vintage maps didn't make this list, but that could just be the Pinterest browser in me talking. (I mean, that's really all I see making up these home tours.) But if you're curious about what item your state is lusting after the most, here are the most popular decor items. (Alternate ending: I'm really disappointed in you, Georgia.)