Question:

How to learn interior design step by step?

4 August, 2021 Eugene Wrona 6

Answers (6):

  • AUTHOR: MICHAEL GUILLEMETTE
    6 August, 2021

    Decide what type of design you want to choose. There are many different types of designs, including contemporary, traditional, and modern. You can also decide if you want to create a room with a theme in mind or not. In the end, it all depends on your style preferences and the space available.
    Some important factors to consider when designing an interior are light exposure (how much time sunlight will spend in the room)and furnishing (what furniture should be included). Do bear in mind that these two aspects need not necessarily match each other-it is possible for a brightly lit room to have few curtains or for one without windows to have lots of seats.

  • AUTHOR: ZACHARY GUILLEMETTE
    6 August, 2021

    To learn interior design, it's best to take a number of formal classes in the fields - architecture, graphic design, art and design education (these might be under different academic departments), psychology of color/patterns/"meaningful objects" studies. A lot depends on your level of expertise- if you're interested in office or retail spaces only then most all the information can be gleaned from online resources; if you want to work as an architect designer for offices, studies in interior architecture and engineering are good starting points.

  • AUTHOR: JOE GRUMBLES
    6 August, 2021

    For a good interior design education, you should not only learn the basics of aesthetics and physics, but also how to use tools such As Google Sketchup to create 3-D models. A student should take courses in architecture and design theory before learning more about color, shape, and style. The most important thing is that even if they know nothing about this job at first, good work requires self-knowledge. If they don't have this knowledge (and it's usually hard to acquire), then it would be a waste for them to try their hand at designing an entire house just out of sheer curiosity for the profession.

  • AUTHOR: ALAN KLEMP
    6 August, 2021

    The best way to learn any new skill is step by step. For that reason, I recommend starting with a general course of study before taking any individual courses. That being said, there are two major ways to start learning about Interior Design- the academic route and the hands-on route. From an academic perspective, many schools offer serious undergraduate Interior Design programs including on-site classes and/or online courses in order for students to take bachelor's degrees in the field. Depending on your interests, this can be either very satisfying (and time consuming) or frustrating because you have to take all those college courses when you could be designing instead.

  • AUTHOR: LOGAN MISCHKE
    6 August, 2021

    There are a few different paths you can take to become an interior designer. One is a degree in design, which takes four years after high school and explores drawing, color theory, architecture, art history, and more. So long as you maintain a certain GPA and achieve certain course pre-requisites throughout your school career in order to graduate from the Interior Design Bachelor Degree Program offered by our university then your degree will be accredited when both your diploma and transcript arrive at the Design Council of Ontario (DCO). If you want to see what courses we offer specifically for Interior Design go here or here.

  • AUTHOR: DENNIS CULTON
    6 August, 2021

    If you’re interested in interior design, it's a good idea to study the basics of color theory, seating arrangements, floor plans and other practical aspects before getting started. You could also try enrolling in an Interior Design School to acquire theoretical knowledge as well as hands-on experience supervised by leading experts. Consider which type of career you prefer when deciding between attending school or starting your own company. Do you want to stay with one firm for your entire life or do you want to create and nurture a business that will provide new challenges every day? Make a list of all the reasons why either career appeals to you and then decide accordingly.