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Interior design publications may be helpful resources for aspiring decorators

on Wednesday,August 04,2010 01:08

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Interior designers often follow popular trends in the industry as well as keep track of up-and-comers by reading magazines. Publications that focus on interior design often provide artists with inspiration and potential ideas.

Diisynology is an interior design publication that seeks to capture the distinctive qualities that make a home or workplace beautiful. The magazine was created for professionals in the industry who are seeking inspiration through photography or color and light combinations. Images are collected from around the world and give designers the tools they need to discover architectural elements from across the globe.

The publication's mission is to bring the best designs the world has to offer to inspire their readers to their greatest heights. Diisynology collects the resources and techniques that professionals may use to achieve a client's goal in any room, office, studio or home.

Individuals who wish to enter a career in interior design may find useful tips within this or similar publications. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), these professionals draw upon many disciplines to enhance the function, safety and aesthetics of interior spaces.

Designers who are considering interior decorating may want to enroll in a degree program, as post-secondary education is necessary for many entry-level positions. The BLS reports that these professionals could earn more than $82,750 per year.

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