Residential Interiors

Do you have a talent for decorating homes? If so, consider fine tuning your abilities with a degree program in residential interiors. Not only can you learn more about the craft of interior design, but you can experiment with the design process and build your portfolio as you learn.

Residential Interiors Diploma

Beginning with introductory courses covering 3D design, drawing and architectural drafting, students gain fundamental skills important to interior designers. From there, it all comes together with classes focused on materials, textiles, furnishings, interior spaces and more. Preparing for a residential interiors career requires an eye for design, but it also requires the right type of training.

Here’s a sneak peek at some of the courses included in a residential interiors diploma:

  • 3D Design
  • Introduction to Interior Design
  • Interior Space
  • Perspective
  • Design Development, Residential

Preparing to Work in Residential Interiors

Earning a diploma in residential interiors prepares you for entry-level work as a residential interior planner or designer. It can also take your career to a higher level with your new knowledge of interior spaces and residential design development. Gain new skills – and a portfolio of design projects – and fine tune your talents, all while giving your professional resume an impressive credibility boost.

You already know that a living space is much more than a collection of area rugs, drapes and furniture. It’s time to fine tune your knowledge and take your abilities to the next level so you can design residential interiors that sing!

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