Interior decorators make aesthetic improvements, but they don’t make structural changes to interior spaces. Interior decorators must collaborate with homeowners to decide how the inside of a house will be decorated. They need to make sure that their decoration ideas match what the homeowner wants and ensure that the decoration ideas are practical and affordable. they are also often in charge of working with other professionals like furniture salespeople and painters to make sure that the proper materials and services are delivered. An interior decorating job may involve the following kinds of tasks, choosing paint colors and fabrics, selecting and arranging furniture to enhance both the appearance and function of a space, finding the appropriate lighting, window coverings and flooring and choosing accessories—from throw pillows to artwork.
Interested in becoming an interior decorator?
Try one of these courses
- Skills Academy Short Course Certificate in Interior Decorating
- Skills Academy Short Course Certificate in Google Sketch-Up
- Skills Academy Proficiency Certificate in Interior Decorating
Last updated: October 25th 2016