nterior designers offer do-it-yourself approach to clients
on Wednesday,February 23,2011 21:02
The ways that interior designers can transform a home have always been popular among homeowners, but now a new design course may help individuals get a headstart on their own projects. Designers Ron Baron and Evan Morgan have developed a new program that could prove to be ideal for those who are looking to design the work themselves but need a little guidance, according to The Desert Sun.
The company is called Design by Design and offers customers the chance to attend seminars and classes taught by professionals, so one can learn the basics and then let their creativity guide them from there. This could be exactly the service that some amateur designers are looking for, because it offers a boost for those looking to take the lead in their home's makeover.
They are also linked to other services that are crucial to renovations, such as drapery workrooms, plumbers, electricians and other handymen. This can give designers the comprehensive knowledge that they may need to tackle their next big project.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics explain state that there were 71,700 interior designer jobs in 2008. About 30 percent of these employees specialized in certain areas of design.
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