What you should know about what the latest trends in design mean for your home is becoming increasingly clear.
As home-design trends continue to evolve, so too will the challenges faced by the home designer, as well as the people who design them.
But while the industry is rapidly changing, it is also evolving on a much smaller scale.
There is still a huge amount of research and experimentation being done to help designers, home builders, and home owners make the most of the changes and opportunities ahead.
The first part of this article will take a look at some of the main trends in home design today.
The second part will focus on the challenges facing the industry, with a particular focus on women designers.
This article is the third in a series that looks at the home-related challenges facing women designers today.
Designing women In the early 1900s, there was an era when the majority of home-designed products were made by men.
The term “woman” in the context of home design was something of a joke at the time.
“Home is not a place of relaxation, or of quiet contemplation,” said the author of the Home Design Guide, Anna Lee, and she believed that home design should be about relaxing, or at least relaxing from time to time.
Lee wrote that women were supposed to be in the kitchen, and the bathroom, and in the bedroom.
For some time, women were in a unique position to design home design.
Lee noted that she and her husband were often asked what kind of home they wanted for their daughters.
Lee wanted to tell them that home was a place where they could make friends, and where they would be happy.
Home design is still largely dominated by women, though the landscape is shifting.
Today, home design is primarily made by women.
In 2016, the number of women designing home design products hit an all-time high, with 7.7 million female home designers making $10.3 billion in 2016 alone, according to research firm Euromonitor.
Women are also making home design more diverse, with 3.9 percent of all home designers in 2016 identifying as gender-non-conforming.
Women also have a significant voice in the design process, with more than half of home designers surveyed in 2016, according the study.
They made up 36 percent of home designer applicants, which is up from 31 percent in 2000.
The number of home architects who identify as women also increased by 3.6 percent.
Women also have more influence in home architecture than men, with 36 percent having made up more than 50 percent of the building design team in 2016.
But home design still requires a large team of people.
As of 2016, more than 7.4 million homes were under construction.
Of these, more of the homes are designed by women than by men, according Euromonitors data.
Women make up 38 percent of employees in the interior design and interior design services industry.
Despite the fact that women are more likely to be involved in the planning and design process for a home, they still tend to work less hours than men.
In 2016, women made up less than 50 cents of every dollar earned by a home-buying professional in the United States.
What is the future of home designing?
Home designers have long been a key component of the design landscape.
Many home designers and home-builders are still working with the same methods and techniques used by generations of architects and homeowners, which have made them influential in the industry for generations.
However, as home design has become more diverse and personalized, more and more women are joining the ranks.
Home-design companies are also taking steps to help women gain greater exposure.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the share of female home-based workers increased from 31.4 percent in 2011 to 33.5 percent in 2016 and is projected to increase to 35.2 percent in 2020.
Home design also is growing in China, where home design accounts for about 1 percent of total work force, according a recent report by the International Association of Home Architects.
However, despite a growing number of female designers and engineers, there are still challenges facing female home design professionals.
While many home designers are starting to recognize the need for a more diverse team, many also still do not have access to the necessary skills or experience to meet the needs of the changing home landscape.
A growing number women are taking on the roles of home decorators, while a growing percentage are taking over the role of interior designers.
These new roles are opening up new opportunities for women in the home design and design services fields.
These changes, and others, will have a profound effect on the design of homes in the coming decades.
It is important to note that there is no silver bullet solution to this growing problem.
Rather, the solutions offered in this article are intended