Updated January 2024
What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think of interior design? Room layouts, paint colours, furniture options, the latest design trends—like bohemian or mid-century modern?
Chances are, you're thinking of residential interior design. The structures we use for living...the spaces we call home. But the truth is, the world of interior design goes way beyond the home. Designers are employed by all kinds of businesses to create spaces that are both beautiful and practical; cutting-edge and functional.
Do you have a natural talent for organizing rooms, choosing furniture, and really bringing a design scheme together with finishing touches? You can build on those abilities with interior design training and open up a wide range of job options.
Take a look at five different design careers you can pursue with a diploma in interior design.