Question:

Is interior design degree hard?

5 August, 2021 Rebecka Menjivar 4

Answers (4):

  • AUTHOR: ALBERT GRISBY
    10 August, 2021

    An interior design degree is one of the most difficult degrees to pursue. Interior designers have to make decisions when it comes to space, color, and lighting that affect how people feel in a room, not just what they see. Which means there are many aspects to consider at once - which can make it hard for some people. But those who thrive on making others feel good in their surroundings tend to be more satisfied by this type of work. The things an interior designer does can have a big impact on your moods. They need an understanding of aesthetics, furniture placement, color schemes and they need the self-confidence that comes from knowing they can pull it all together seamlessly.

  • AUTHOR: GABRIEL VOLKMAN
    10 August, 2021

    Yes and no. If you are asking if becoming an interior designer is hard, know that becoming a professional takes time and patience. Interior design degree programs are intensive, long courses so be prepared to spend 3-6 years on your education. Signing up for these difficult classes is a decision not taken lightly. Studying interior design can be as rewarding as it is challenging. Just remember to always have a backup plan in case you want to switch paths. As with any profession, there will always be challenges when managing clients or finding the perfect balance of art and function - but that's all part of the job.

  • AUTHOR: JACOB REDNER
    10 August, 2021

    The degree itself is not difficult. The hard part is moving to a new city (LA, for example) and dealing with the high cost of living. You can do this by saving up money before you move or you can have your parents help you pay your bills while you are getting settled in. You also need a decent job once you get there, so research which companies will be in need of talented people. Major designers such as Jonathan Adler have come from interior design degrees. If I could go back and give my 18-year-old self advice when she was thinking about quitting school, it would be "stay in school". A lot more college graduates don't land jobs compared to high school graduates these days.

  • AUTHOR: ZONIA PEPPER
    10 August, 2021

    The degree itself is not difficult. The hard part is moving to a new city (LA, for example) and dealing with the high cost of living. You can do this by saving up money before you move or you can have your parents help you pay your bills while you are getting settled in. You also need a decent job once you get there, so research which companies will be in need of talented people. Major designers such as Jonathan Adler have come from interior design degrees. If I could go back and give my 18-year-old self advice when she was thinking about quitting school, it would be "stay in school". A lot more college graduates don't land jobs compared to high school graduates these days.