By 2020, the average American household will spend $12,200 on wallpaper and $17,000 on furniture, according to a new study.
That is a 3.5% increase from the previous year.
A new study from the Pew Research Center found that consumers are spending more on wallpaper, and furniture and appliances are the most expensive categories of furniture and furniture accessories.
Wallpaper sales are up by 7% in the past year, and the number of wallpapers purchased has increased to 7.2 million, according the study.
The number of new wallpapers sold also increased, from 3.1 million in 2017 to 4.1, the study found.
The Pew study is based on interviews with 704,000 U.S. adults from May 2017 through March 2018.
Pew researchers compared the purchase of wallpaper to the purchase and consumption of furniture.
Pew found that wallpapers have risen faster than furniture.
The study found that in 2016, there were more than 3 million wallpaper purchases, but by 2018, the number had more than doubled.
Wallpapers also have a higher overall cost than furniture and accessories.
Wallpapers can be purchased in stores, online, and at home.
In 2017, an average American spent $14.72 per wallpaper, and an average of $19.18 per pair of furniture, Pew found.
A study from this year’s Pew Research Centers for American Progress found that an average family of four spent $1,250 on wallpaper in 2017.
In 2018, that number was up to $2,400, the report found.
The survey also found that a household of four spends $2.2 billion per year on furniture.
Wallboard is more expensive than other types of furniture like furniture and electronics.
A typical wallboard can be found for $30 to $40 on eBay, according