Question:

Can anyone become an interior designer?

4 August, 2021 Henry Buresh 5

Answers (5):

  • AUTHOR: AUGUSTINE SCHEWE
    8 August, 2021

    Of course anyone can become an interior designer, just as I am. I took a basic design class and then built up my skills from there with some self-study. However, the best way to hone your craft and start building your book of clients is to work for a well-known designer.

  • AUTHOR: ETHAN KUCERA
    8 August, 2021

    It takes a lot of education and training to become an interior designer, including formal training in architecture. The education and training includes both classroom instruction and hands-on experience.

    If you're lucky enough to work for an interior design firm, your job might then entail putting together the color combinations or determining what furniture should be used. If not, you would need at least four years of college to study interior design. You must go through a certification program approved by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) before you can use the word "Interior Designer."

  • AUTHOR: ARTHUR MISCHKE
    8 August, 2021

    The most important thing that makes up a good interior designer is knowledge, not talent. Schools like the Parsons School of Design in New York are successful because they ask those with talent to learn what it takes to become professionals, and take part in rigorous creative studies before opening their own practice or partnering with someone more experienced.

  • AUTHOR: TIMOTHY GRISBY
    8 August, 2021

    Of course you can become an interior designer, just as I am. I took a basic design class and then built up my skills from there with some self-study. However, the best way to hone your craft and start building your book of clients is to work for a well-known designer.

  • AUTHOR: SAMUEL REDNER
    8 August, 2021

    Becoming an interior designer is not something everyone can do, but it is not impossible for any person to have a flare for design that would make them a wonderful addition to the profession.