What inspired you into studying an interior design course?

3 August, 2021 Larisa Buresh 4

Answers (4):

    5 August, 2021

    It's what I've always loved doing. It was what I did for 8 years when I was in college, and it's been the only path that has brought me true enjoyment since then. My first job offered me a sense of accomplishment like no other, and now that I'm so invested in the design industry, it feels good to work at something challenging but worthwhile too.
    That moment in college when we had to present our final projects is still fresh on my mind - even amidst all these syllabi and projects from graduate school, this memory never fails to give me inspiration.

    5 August, 2021

    I studied an interior design course because I love the creative process of designing spaces that feel like a home and reflect a person's personality. As an artist, I found it so natural to want to make people's environments beautiful!
    I could tell you all about styles and trends in the industry, but ultimately, I just really enjoy making houses a home!

    5 August, 2021

    A lot of people have considered my career choice to be a strange, random hobby that I picked up because I had an interest in it. It was anything but. In fact, the only one that benefited from my decision was me and the degree just boosted it a little bit more into being my passion! My initial fascination with interiors started when I moved to anywhere new- be it a city or country as long as there were no familiar faces. As soon as you arrive somewhere unknown everything is so tumultuous and busy so finding out where things are can be like searching for hidden treasure when you don’t know which direction to head off in!

    5 August, 2021

    I was always inspired to do something creative and artistic. For me, interior design has allowed for the creativity that I admired in other fields but could never find without a degree. While studying this course, it's been pretty empowering to see my designs become a reality.

    Creativity is an unstoppable force in our world and since life can be so overwhelmingly difficult sometimes, it feels really good to take possession of your surroundings with things you love rather than letting things happen to you just because they have happened before. The more I talk about this degree with people who didn't know that such a thing even existed or what exactly goes into it, the more they seem eager for me to elaborate on what made them think differently about their own space.