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Interior Design — Home Styling Guide

Interior Design — Home Styling Guide


Interior design (ID) is unquestionably one of the most in-demand occupations today. With the number of city dwellers growing by the day and available living spaces diminishing in tandem, efficient utilization of available space has become a critical requirement. Interior design has emerged from the shadows of architecture and civil engineering as a separate subject, owing to India’s rising standard of living and the changing mindset of the younger population.

Combining freelancing projects with positions at architectural and construction enterprises, as well as furniture firms. If you wish to pursue interior design as a career, here is a list of things you should know about this prominent design field.

1. Interior design is not the same as interior decoration.

You might be good with colors, textures, and the selection and positioning of home décor pieces, and you might have had a lot of compliments on your interior decorating talents; yet, those qualities aren’t enough to become an interior designer. Interior decoration is a subdomain of interior design that exclusively carries out the design process.

2. Interior Design Isn’t Just About Looks

Interior design, unlike other design fields, is not solely about notions. Along with ID skills such as technical drawing, space design, material knowledge, furniture design, and familiarity with interior design tools, you’ll need excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a strong network of clients, contractors, and suppliers, and the brains to market and update your interior design services on a regular basis.

3. Specializations in Interior Design

Interior design does not always include designing and planning the interiors of homes and other living spaces. Interior designers are needed in commercial and office buildings, businesses such as healthcare and retail, the entire hospitality industry, which includes hotels, cafes, and resorts, public displays and art galleries, furniture manufacturers, and so on. All of the aforementioned specializations in interior design are treated as such.

4. You Won’t Have to Work in a Boring Office

Interior designers are required to move around more than other professionals! Meetings with clients, contractors, architects, and suppliers, on-site work, assessment of finished work, design plan revival, and update to the existing design… there’s a lengthy list of reasons to leave your office. So, if you detest monotonous office work and prefer creative employment where your ideas and spirit are valued, interior design may be for you!

5. It Won’t Be Simple

You must be a well-known figure in the interior design field to own your own interior design firm and have your office table swamped with different projects from high-end clients. To show potential clients your work, you’ll need an exceptional interior design portfolio and, of course, years of expertise. Years of dedication, a well-developed network of contacts, and an endless supply of inventiveness are the keys to achieving that level of celebrity and experience. There’s no going back once you’ve achieved that level of popularity and experience!

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Raveendra Swamy

Raveendra Swamy

I am a graduate, working as an administrative officer in a private firm and also working as afreelancer.


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