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Interior designers know their way around themes

on Thursday,June 23,2011 22:06

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With summer well underway, some people are looking for beach houses that are an example of nautical life. As a result, interior designers are busy working on perfecting this look in various homes across the country.

The Washington Times reports that some designers are choosing to outfit homes in such a way that people have a sense of calmness, but may not automatically think that it's a beach house. The news provider interviewed Erin Paige Pitts, an interior designer that focuses on nautical themes for her clients.

Pitts noted that while she likes the scenery to be comfortable, she is a little tired of having interiors that have a specific theme.

"I like to create very elegant, comfortable interiors that are livable for families," she told the news provider. "And I don't like rooms that scream 'beach.'"

Of course, it is important as an interior designer to stay away from such brazen themes when working on a home. Because of their keen eye, these professionals are still in demand. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job opportunities for interior designers are expected to grow by 19 percent through 2018.

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