How to learn interior design at home?

4 August, 2021 Alejandro Volkman 4

Answers (4):

    6 August, 2021

    It is possible to learn interior design from books, tutorials online and by opening up professionals' portfolios. To broaden your knowledge of landscaping, reading books about something related- botany or landscape architecture for example - can also be beneficial. The best course would be a combination of both because the two are so intertwined nowadays in fabricating environments.

    6 August, 2021

    Landscape design and interior design not only have common interests in botany, architecture, and color theory, they are often practiced by the same professionals.
    Finding a landscape design course is easier than finding an interior design course because it typically comes bundled with your home's surrounding environment as opposed to an interior space. A majority of courses for landscaping can be found online at sites like Great Plant Picks that teach onsite installation in nurseries as part of the class.

    6 August, 2021

    A good way to learn interior design is by watching video tutorials on free YouTube websites. If there's no time for a true course, many people find the best solution is to get small pieces of furniture and start designing from those. It really helps hone the skills needed in architecture, a style of home decorating where the focus is on proportion and scale, key words are harmony and contrast. Weed out what you don't need or like until you have at least some groundwork of what works for your space. You can also visit architectural sites online and read about other people's ideas that might give you some inspiration or help fill in what was missing in your creative process. Be sure to take notes.

    6 August, 2021

    To learn it independently, you need to have the basic knowledge of math and physics. You will also need a lot of patience and passion for design. Especially if you want to design large scale projects, such as flats or mansions. One way is through books or blogs by professionals on interior design with a break down of how they constructed their designs from the smallest details up to the bigger picture. A second way is practicing on your own house; whether it's rearranging furniture, choosing wall colors or buying new items like lights or curtains- anything that requires designing decisions that are at your discretion because you live in the space already. The third way is by studying online courses about interior design that'll teach you everything you need.