Question:

How to become home decorator?

4 August, 2021 Austin Schildgen 5

Answers (5):

  • AUTHOR: JERRY FLEISHMAN
    7 August, 2021

    So, the first step to become a home decorator is to have some basic knowledge about different styles of design. That will teach you how and when to use what style in designing a space. Next you need design experience - that's where your expertise comes into play. You can get relevant skills by redecorating rooms in your house or starting from scratch like I did with my office loft and my basement reno projects. Build up your portfolio too- is important for clients to see what you have done before so that they know that they are investing their business on someone reliable and competent. If not for themselves than also for their customers who are going to receiving the end product bearing your name on it.

  • AUTHOR: REBECKA GRISBY
    7 August, 2021

    It is a long-term dedication to the field that involves both education and hands-on experience. Success will depend on your personal desire and ability to study. It's important to know what type of design services you want to start providing right now, in order for this degree program to be successful. For example, if you're new at designing interiors but starting off with getting into an interior design specialty right from the get go (e.g., kids' bedrooms), then an Interior Design Bachelor's Program might be just perfect for you. However, if you're currently focused on retail shop designs then you would want instead Industrial Design Bachelor's Degree Program.

  • AUTHOR: CAMELLIA ROBERIE
    7 August, 2021

    First, you need to develop a thorough understanding of the guiding principals such as color theory, materials and texture. Then you'll be in a better position to judge what is or isn't going to work for you. Secondly, since it is such an important area of social life, I would recommend that if at all possible, you go through some formal training courses on design principles. But if not possible due to time constraints or other commitments - make sure that if your space will give off limited light from any window - use more luminous natural materials such as amaranthine-colored linen with patches of lighter colors like white cotton fabric for example. When choosing furniture do pay attention not just to aesthetics but also function.

  • AUTHOR: ZACHARY VOLKMAN
    7 August, 2021

    A Bachelor's degree in Interior Design provides a strong foundation from which to pursue post-graduate education in the field of interior design. Taking classes on contract legislation, modern art, and furniture as well as commercial tools such as Photoshop or other computer software can provide excellent supplementary skills. It is also worth considering a minor in business administration if entering into an entrepreneurial approach to running a home decorating service.

  • AUTHOR: ANTHONY MOTE
    7 August, 2021

    Architects and licensed interior designers make up the two potential career paths in home decorating. Most openings are for interior designers, which require a four year degree in design and architecture followed by an internship. Some internships are available to those without a college degree, but most projects require at least basic understanding of drawing or 3D modeling programs. Architects can focus on architectural drafting or eventually take the same four year course as an interior designer but specialize in structural planning instead. They also often go into business management and may not spend much time dealing with construction itself.