New home design is not the only new thing to emerge from the millennial generation.

The new design landscape has brought about a whole new set of challenges.

Here are five challenges to the home that millennials face today, and how we can take advantage of them.


They are less focused on comfort 2.

They aren’t spending time on design 3.

They don’t own a design company 4.

They’re getting ready to move out of their parents homes 5.

They won’t be able to afford a home.

There is a whole host of trends that are changing how millennials spend their time and how they look at the world.

As the millennial baby boomers head into retirement, we will see them move into larger homes, and they will have a greater need for style.

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, millennials will spend nearly half of their time in homes, compared to just 18% of their grandparents, according to the Brookings Institution.

This trend is due to many factors, including the growing wealth of Millennials, rising costs of home ownership, and the rising costs for housing, transportation, and childcare.

But one of the biggest issues that millennials will face is the lack of style.

They will struggle to find a place that they can comfortably sit down and enjoy a good dinner or watch a movie, according the Institute for House Design.

Many millennials will be left without the luxury of a design studio or a professional house painter.

Instead, they will need to rely on a friend or family member to paint or decorate the home. 

“Home decorating can be very personal and meaningful, but in many cases it is often very expensive,” said Laura W. Osterholm, author of the book Modern Home Design.

“So I think the more that people find themselves without the option of professional or personal design, the more it will become a priority for them to be more engaged with design, to be a part of it.”


Design is not just for the younger generation.

It’s not just about the aesthetics.

It’s also about the design process.

In many ways, millennials are more likely to look at homes that are in good condition than those that are brand new.

They also want to know about the condition of the furniture, appliances, and furnishings.

“They may have a great idea about the brand, but they are less likely to be able or willing to put money into a project,” Osterheim said.

“When they are in the home, they are more invested in it and they are looking for quality, not just aesthetics.


The design process is no longer a passive thing.

It needs to be actively engaged.

Osterholm explained that, “Design needs to play a role in people’s lives.”

For example, she said, “When someone is on vacation, they’re not necessarily spending their time on the couch, or they’re taking the dog out to run errands, or doing laundry, they need to be paying attention to how their home is designed.

The process is part of living.

It will become part of their everyday lives, and it’s part of who they are.”4.

Designers are being paid less.

Design professionals are starting to get the message.

The median salary for a professional designer was $110,000 in 2016, according a survey from Zillow. “

[The younger generations] are not necessarily paying designers much,” she said. 

The median salary for a professional designer was $110,000 in 2016, according a survey from Zillow. 

But that figure is down from $140,000 a decade ago.

That means that a designer can earn as much as $1 million more per year, according Zillows survey.


The lack of a professional design firm is driving millennials to make DIY. 

As millennials move into their own homes, they won’t necessarily have the experience of making home designs.

This is partly because designers aren’t paying much, and partly because there aren’t many professional design companies that specialize in designing home furnishings, Osterhans said.

She said that she’s heard that many millennials are making their own home design because they can’t afford a professional home designer.

 But this is not true.

Designers have a much higher salary than professionals do, and are also allowed to work on homes that they already own.

That means that designers can use their skills to make home designs that are of higher quality and fit into the homes that millennials are choosing to own.

“Designers are not paid much, they can do amazing things,” O’Hearn said.

They have a lot of skills and they can create homes that fit with the lifestyle that they are choosing.

” So, in the meantime, millennials need to find new ways to make the home feel comfortable, beautiful, and functional.

They need to think about how to design things that are both