Do’s and Don’ts for students pursuing interior designing
Today in this ever changing world where there are ample job opportunities, interior designing is taking an edge over others. Interior Designing, as a career, is getting huge popularity in India. The home décor or interior design industry of India is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 8% from US$ 837 Million in 2017 to US$ 1,138 Million in 2021.
It’s a growing industry and today there are lakhs of students taking up interior designing as their career option. Here are some Do’s and Don’ts students must look upon while pursuing the interior designing course:
- Be sure that you want to do interior designing: Confusion kills the game. So be confident while choosing the subject for your future goals. If you want to take interior designing as a career option then make a proper research about the subject.
- Choose the best designing institute for yourself: Study hard and get yourself enrolled in the best Interior Design course and make the most of it.
- Read as many design magazines: Bring, borrow or steal. Do whatever required to get good design magazines and read them thoroughly.
- You can also explore on YouTube videos and visit textile shops, decor shops, furniture shops and checkout all of them for design inspirations.
- Beware of fraud institutes. There are some institutes who promises much but deliver zero results so beware of them
- Don’t be the next Nitin Kohli. You must have heard about this name while making your research for your course. Nitin Kohli home designer is a big name in the home design market but in actual he is a cheat. He has looted many of his customers and have made his name on the ashes of someone else’s money.
- Nitin Kohli Architect has a big show house but you defiantly don’t want yourself to get associated with someone who has made his castle after cheating innocent customers.
Keep these things in mind and take your decision to be an interior designer wisely.