MinneapolisSt Paul Business Journal releases top honors for interior design
on Tuesday,July 12,2011 22:07
The Minneapolis and St. Paul Business Journal recently released the companies that were honored with this year's "Top 25 Interior Design Firms." One of the winners was Sean Moore Designs, which is a firm that incorporates both interior design and architecture.
Sean Moore Designs features fixtures, finishing, furniture and accessories - which all blend with the architecture of the home or building.
"This is quite an honor for us. The fact that Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal included Sean Moore Designs in its selection of 'Top 25 Interior Design Firms,' signals that our constant efforts towards business excellence are paying off. We are proud to be included in this recognition," said a spokesperson from the interior design firm.
Individuals who are interested in interior design, and want to land a job in a firm once they graduate from their design programs may have a chance. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for professionals in this field is expected to increase by 19 percent between 2008 and 2018.
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