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I need space! This means different things to different people. To the famous rock band, Queen, it is an expression of the desire to break free. To you, it could mean a gap, some breathing space. An interior designer, on the other hand, works with space.Just like a sculptor gives shape to clay, carves and moulds it, an interior designer defines space to give it meaning, achieves harmony and lends it aura. All this, with application of three basic principles of interior design – colour, scale and proportion.

Since interiors are an extension of one's personality, an interior designer has to essentially be a peoples person. Designers need to understand attitudes, lifestyles and cultural preferences, and take all three into account in their designs. In addition, they have to keep in mind the hobbies and habits and lets not forget the budget (good taste need not necessarily be expensive) of the person they are designing for.


To become an interior designer you can take up any stream of study at the 10+2 level and follow it up with a diploma in Interior Design. You can enroll yourself at CEPT (Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology) that offers postgraduate programmes in Urban Design, Landscape Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning, Environmental Planning, Housing, Construction and Project Management. All these programmes are recognised by All India Council of Technical Education (AISCTE).You can specialise in doing interiors for theatres, art galleries, sets for various events, exhibitions and window displays. Landscaping and designing based on Vaastu / Fengshui principles are other emerging fields an interior designer can explore.If you are artistically inclined, have a good taste in furnishings, a keen eye for objects and accessories, terracotta pots, candle stands, paintings and bits and pieces of furniture that create an ambience, do give this career option a thought.

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Personal Factor
Interior designers should be able to deal with technical details, visualise and implement ideas. Awareness of trends, styles and tastes is essential. Designers have to be artistic, creative and imaginative. The ability to draw is a must - they should be able to express their ideas in sketches and translate them into accurate working specifications.

Visual sensitivity, colour sense, an idea of lighting and decoration, appreciation of ergonomics is required. Good communication skills help when marketing a decor.


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