Jysk: Half of Hungarians Renovated Last Year
Most Hungarians spend money on their home for practical reasons, according to research from Danish furniture retailer Jysk, writes business daily Világgazdaság.
Some 71%, for example, replace their furniture when the old one has fallen into disrepair, while 31% do so when they move.
According to the survey, for 70% of Hungarians, their home is where they can relax the most, and eight out of 10 feel it is important for it to be cozy and comfortable.
According to the research, almost half of Hungarians aged 18-65, 49%, have undertaken some renovations in the last three years. Most people (53%) renovated their kitchens and dining rooms, 42% improved their living rooms, and 39% renovated their bathrooms.
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