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Interior Design Courses (Interior Designer)


How do I study the courses on reed.co.uk?

There are a number of different study methods available on reed.co.uk. While many of our course providers host their courses online, we have a large selection of classroom courses, as well as courses that are a blend of both online and classroom study methods.

What qualifications are available on reed.co.uk?

On reed.co.uk you can find a wide range of qualifications through reputable course providers. Popular options include AAT courses, which offer an accredited route into accounting, or CIPD courses, which qualify you to work in HR.

Does reed.co.uk have courses for free?

Yes, reed.co.uk has a variety of free courses, in subjects such as administration, business and English as a foreign language. These free courses are a great way to explore a subject you’re interested in – without a financial commitment. You can find them by visiting the Free page.


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Designer Templates, Serving the Interior Design Industry Since 1975

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Stuart, Florida 34994

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Interior Design Wheel

Price: $19.95 + $2.00 s&h

Interior Design
& Decoration

Price: $249.95 + $20.00 s&h

Welcome to Designer Templates

DesignerTemplates.com offers a complete line of interior design and drafting templates, magnetic furniture template kits, color wheels, reference books and interior design estimating tools.

Save Time & Money!

If you are an Interior Designer, NCIDQ Candidate, Furniture Store Decorator, Certified Interior Decorator, Architect or Building Contractor, you must have these tools!

Our Best Sellers

Magnetic Furniture Planner  

Exclusively by Designer Templates for the Interior Designer and Decorator

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Binder 9 x 12 Hunter Green durable vinyl. Magnetic Grid in 1/4” scale for floor plan layouts can be photocopied on your letterhead for instant presentations. Four panel fold

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Moses Design Group and Moses at Home – Albuquerque Interior Designer

Albuquerque Interior Designer -MOSES DESIGN GROUP: Top Designers in Albuquerque, New Mexico


MOSES ZABEC, President and Principal Designer of Moses Design Group, has his Masters in Interior Design and over 25 years of commercial and interior
design experience.  An award winning designer, he is feartured in International Baron’s Who’s Who and is in the top 1% in Interior Design Internationally.  He has designed homes from 12,000
square feet and commercial projects up to 1,000,000 square feet.


His commercial and apartment hospitality projects here and around the country have won many awards.  The firm offers commercial, hospitality, and residential design including space planning,
architectural detail, material selections, and furnishings.



Moses Zabec has his Masters in Interior Design and over 25 years of extensive experience in interior design and development. 


Projects Include

  • Commercial Design
  • Interior and Exterior Design 



Moses Design is dedicated to creating interior designs

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Interior Designer job description template

Interior Designer responsibilities include:

  • Undertaking design project from concept to completion
  • Defining project requirements and schedule during the “brief”
  • Interpreting and translating customer needs into rough plans

interior designer job description

Job brief

We are looking for an artful Interior designer to undertake a variety of space designing projects. You will deal with design from conceptual development and liaising with the stakeholders to managing and executing the design.

The goal is to design practical spaces but yet visually pleasing.


  • Undertake design project from concept to completion
  • Define project requirements and schedule during the “brief”
  • Interpret and translate customer needs into rough plans
  • Set costs and project fees according to budget
  • Research and decide on materials and products sourcing
  • Produce “sample” and “mood products”
  • Supervise work progress
  • Work closely with designers, decorators, architects and constructors
  • Research and follow industry changes, evolutions and best practises


  • Proven working experience in decorating interior spaces (consultations, renovations,
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Massimo Interior Design | Little Rock, Arkansas Interior Designer

Arkansas Symphony Designer House

We were thrilled to join the exclusive group of designers chosen to transform this year’s Arkansas Symphony Designer House back in May. We quickly got to work updating the home’s dining room. To create a dramatic dining area, the Massimo Interior Design team took inspiration from the blackened nickel dining chairs from the Massimo retail […]

Georgetown Home Before and After

Recently, we had the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. for a quick makeover of a townhouse in the beautiful Georgetown neighborhood. The space had lots of beautiful character, including built-in shelves, high, arched windows and French doors that opened out onto a lush patio. We incorporated modern pieces with comfortable upholstery, and added color […]

Norcross & Scott Home Now Open in Chicago’s Andersonville

We are very excited to announce the newest addition to the Massimo Interior Design family! Our sister store and interior design firm, Norcross & Scott Home, is now open in the Andersonville neighborhood of Chicago! Norcross & Scott

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How to Hire an Interior Designer on a Budget

 Casa Watkins Living

As a decorating enthusiast, one of the most common questions I’m asked by friends in nesting mode is “Where can I find an affordable _________ for my home?” It’s fairly easy to answer: flea markets, vintage shops, and a few of my go-to budget-friendly retailers. The second-most common question always throws me for a loop: “What’s the cost of an interior designer?

If you hire an interior designer, you can set your budget for furniture and décor at basically any number you’re comfortable with, but the bill for your design services can easily and quickly rack up, and it can vary greatly.

Before partnering with an interior designer, pinpoint your home décor style so you can accurately describe the look you’re going for.

All designers work differently. Some charge an hourly rate (anywhere from $100 to $500 per hour is common), a flat fee (several thousand dollars

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10 Things You Should Know About Becoming an Interior Designer

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An interior designer must serve many functions. Is it the right role for you? Image: zhu difeng/Shutterstock

Are you always receiving compliments on your interior design taste? Do you love decorating rooms and arranging furniture? If you answered yes to these questions, then maybe a career in interior design is right for you.

Before you make a life-altering career choice, there are some things you should know about the design world. Interior designers face challenges every day; some of these may not appeal to you, while others may excite you and open doors to a career that you never thought was possible.

Read on to learn the 10 things you should know before becoming an interior designer.

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Interior designers understand color, textiles and spatial arrangements. Image: AKA-PHOTO/Shutterstock

1. There Is a Difference Between Decorators and Designers

What’s the difference between interior decorators and interior

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Interior Designer Career Information

An interior designer enhances the function, safety and aesthetics of interior spaces while taking into account how different colors, textures, furniture, lighting, and space work together to meet occupants’ or visitors’ needs. He or she works with both private and public spaces including residences, shopping malls, schools, offices, and hospitals.

Employment Facts

There were 72,000 interior designers employed in 2008.

Educational Requirements

Training to become an interior designer takes two to four years and is available from professional design schools or colleges and universities. One can earn an associate degree or certificate by attending a two to three-year program, or a bachelor’s degree by attending a four-year program. Upon graduating with a bachelor’s degree, one would most likely begin a one to three-year apprenticeship program at a design or architecture firm and work under the supervision of an experienced interior designer. A graduate with a certificate or associate degree would

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7 Principles of Interior Design that every designer must know !

In our pervious article ‘7 Elements of Interior Design’ we explored the 7 elements of interior design (Space, Line, Forms, Light, Color, Texture and Pattern) that form the foundation of any interior design. In this article we are going to explore the 7 principles of interior design that define the ways these 7 elements must be used. An interior designer needs to be well versed with these 7 principles interior design  to arrange/organize the 7 elements so that a good composition is achieved. So without further ado, let’s jot down the 7 principles of interior design and understand their significance in the world of interior design!

The principle of Unity, as the name implies stresses on the fact that there should be a sense of uniformity or harmony among all the 7 elements used. Interior design should serve as a visual guide for a person to understand a living space,

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