The interior design world has been hit by a major slump over the past year, with a slew of new competitors launching in the space over the last year or so.
But as the industry heads toward a wave of consolidation and consolidation of some of its biggest names, the new competition has left its biggest losers.
Here are the biggest losers in the industry:The interior design subsector is one of the most important and influential parts of the industry.
It makes up about 15 percent of the U.S. workforce and is the third largest industry in the country.
But the industry has seen some major consolidation over the years, with companies like Expedia, Staples, and Dillard’s merging into a number of smaller companies.
This is the era of the online retail giant Amazon, which is now just one of several major retail chains that are merging with a group of smaller players in an effort to consolidate their power and influence.
Other big names in the interior design field, like L.L. Bean and Home Depot, are also in a state of flux.
The interior designer subsector has been a key contributor to America’s modern culture, from the way we shop to how we feel about ourselves.
The idea of a design department that is designed by people who have been working in the same space for a long time is a staple of design culture.
The trend has been on the rise over the course of the last decade, and many of the designers who worked there for decades are now starting to retire.
In addition, there are a number who have left the field entirely and are starting to take a back seat to more established professionals.
For example, L. L. Bean has been struggling with stagnant sales in the face of new technology, as more people look for work outside of the office.
The company is now planning to open a new retail store in Portland, Oregon, which could have a huge impact on the interior department.
Home Depot has been working hard to make its product line more appealing to the younger demographic, but has also seen a steady decline in its sales, with its shares falling to $11.30 from $26.20 in mid-2015.
This has been compounded by the company’s continued consolidation efforts, as it has begun to move away from traditional retail outlets like the department store.
And last but not least, the home furnishings subsector, the industry’s second largest, is also in flux.
Many people are switching to renting out their homes, and there is a growing trend toward making furniture from scratch.
While these homes are becoming increasingly popular, many homeowners have opted for smaller, cheaper options in an attempt to save money and keep their homes in style.
This trend is expected to continue, as home furnishments have seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years.
The next big loser is the interior designer, or IKEA, subsector.
The market is so saturated in this category that it has become hard for designers to find new clients, making it hard for the industry to stay afloat.
IKEAs designs have been in decline for years, thanks to the massive rise of online retailing.
As a result, the market is now in a downward spiral, and a number designers have quit the industry altogether.
In recent years, IKEOs have seen the number of designs that they design plummet as online sales continue to plummet.
For example, this year, Ikea closed a store in New York, and this year the company plans to open its first brick-and-mortar location in the U-Maine campus of the University of Maine.
The design and design-related businesses in the IKEO industry have also seen major consolidation in recent months, with smaller companies such as Zara, Sotheby’s, and Bed Bath & Beyond merging with larger companies like Home Depot.
I think it’s fair to say that the next big winner is the furniture industry.