How to Become an Interior Decorator (with Pictures)
About This Article Interior Design Consultant This article was co-authored by Suzanne Lasky, MBA, ASID.
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To become an interior decorator, help your friends decorate their houses to gain experience. You should also consider taking interior design classes to expose yourself to different styles of decorating. Try to master each style they teach you so you will know how to give each client exactly what they want. While you’re learning, pay attention to which fabrics and materials are being used to inspire your own creativity as you continue working with others. Keep reading to learn how to expand your business, and to learn how to become an interior designer!
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This article was co-authored by Suzanne Lasky, MBA, ASID. Suzanne Lasky is an Interior Designer and the Founder of S Interior Design, a design consulting company based in Scottsdale, Arizona specializing in new home builds, home remodels, and all related design options for residential and small business clients. Suzanne has over 19 years of interior design and consulting experience. She is an Allied Member of the ASID (American Society of Interior Designers). She earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Indiana University and an AAS in Interior Design from Scottsdale Community College.
Updated: April 10, 2020