A country such as China, which has a large, tech-savvy population and a high penetration of smartphones and other digital devices, creates strong demand for smart home technology among local consumers, who are increasingly interested in using technology such as smart controls which allow users to control and automate tasks such as lighting and blinds through smartphone apps or voice commands, to make their lives easier and more convenient.
There is growing awareness among local manufacturers for the need to make home furnishings more sustainable to address rising concerns among consumers. Many Chinese manufacturers of home furnishings are now using sustainable materials, such as bamboo, reclaimed wood, and recycled plastic, in their products.
Due to rising energy costs in the country, consumers are expected to invest in rugs over the forecast period, especially in the colder regions of China. This is because they provide warmth and insulation, making floors more comfortable to walk on.
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The furniture and other moveable articles in a home that are necessary or useful for comfort and convenience. Items must be new when sold to the consumer; second-hand/used home furnishings are excluded. Antiques are also excluded. Home furnishings refers to indoor living (home textiles, indoor furniture and window coverings), outdoor living (BBQ's, garden sheds and outdoor furniture) and lighting (lighting sources and light fixtures).See All of Our Definitions
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