Interior Designing


interior-designTo make the living and working space more comfortable, practical and beautiful with the help of the professionals is called Interior designing. The space of our living area and our working area is going to shrink due to the urbanization and therefore, to live in a small place, it is more compulsory to make the design of our space as per our wish.

A big crowd of students basically girls are more attracted to this field rather than the boys. By the increasing demand of decorators and designer, the education system and the government had decided to launch the educational programme in the field of interior designing. Interior designing is a professional degree course in India.

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At present, the people have become choosy in case of their life, living and standard. This trend has led to the requirement for an interior designer or professional.


What are the courses available in this field?

As an interior designer, you will learn about the art effects, design, and exclusive furniture beside the managerial skills in interior designing. The popularity of this subject was under the cities at that time, but now, from each city, village and rural area, the young aspirant wish to find their career in the field of interior designing.

It is the art & science of enhancing the interior of building to achieve a healthier & more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the space. An interior design is responsible for the layout of the internal space in a building or structure.

Numerous institutions in India are offering the study courses in the field of interior designing. Beside this some of the polytechnics offer the interior designing. There are plenty of diploma courses and some certificate course with specialization.

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For the admission to professional programmes of interior designing you must have cleared the plus two examinations. There are two types of courses in this field which are as following:

  • Polytechnic/Diploma courses for the duration of 1-2 yrs
  • UG degree courses in Fine arts for the duration of 3-4 yrs
  • UG degree courses in Design for the duration of 3-4 yrs
  • UG degree courses in Architecture for the duration of 3-4 yrs
  • UG degree courses in Environmental Planning for the duration of 3-4 yrs
  • BA (Hons.) in Interior Architecture Design
  • BA (Hons.) in Interior Architecture Design
  • BA in Interior Design
  • Bachelor of Design (B.Des) in Interior Design
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Interior Design
  • Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
  • Master of Science (M.Sc) in Interior Design
  • Master of Science (M.Sc) in Interior Design & Resource Management

Eligibility & Admission

Here we are providing the basic eligibility to apply for admissions in UG and PG courses:

For Bachelor Courses:

To get admissions in bachelor courses, you must have completed the 10+2 or equivalent exam in any stream from any recognized board.

For Master Courses:

For admissions into master courses, you should hold a bachelor degree in the relevant field from any recognized college or university.


NID 2024 (National Institute of Design) conducts the DAT (Design Aptitude Test) Prelims and Mains for providing admissions in various UG and PG courses in the field of design. Some colleges also give admission on the basis of the merit list of the qualifying examination.

There is provision of entrance test before the admission in interior designing. Candidate have to collect the portfolio to represent at the time of admission. It will allow the opportunity to get the admission. Here we are providing the list of entrance test conducted for admission in design courses:

In the curriculum of this course, the students are taught about the fine art, design, managerial skill, decoration method and skills, drawing, coloring and sketching. You may choose one the given specialization in your higher study. Three types of interior design are as following:

  • Business design
  • Residential design
  • Landscape design

Here we are listing some best colleges to pursue interior designing courses:

  • National Institute of Design (NID), Delhi
  • Pearl Academy, Delhi
  • Indian Institute of Art and Design (IIAD), New Delhi
  • Indian Institute of Fashion and Design (IIFD), Chandigrah
  • National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad
  • International School of Design, Delhi
  • International Institute of Fashion Design, New Delhi


It is great demand of the professional interior designer in India and abroad. To get the reputed job you must have passed the professional course with good ranking and from the reputed institution.

After the completion of this course you may join the firms which provide the interior decoration services or join the real estate business to plan the housing and societies. There is a bright future in this field but you need to work hard at the initial time. For getting the high remuneration you must have the creativity, drawing skills, problem solving skills, client satisfaction skills, basic architecture, designing skill, home improvement product knowledge and pleasing nature.

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Is this a right career for you? To evaluate yourself, search the key requirement like creative thinking, originality, excellent communication skills, listening capability and ability to impart the beauty in a simple viewed place.

The main job of an interior designer is to make the proper and best possible utilization of the space and more functional as per the budget of the client. Many times the interior designers involve the interior and exterior of the new or renovated places.

There are plenty of jobs in various fields after the completion of this course. The trend of employment is increasing day by day. People are going to renovate their interior design as per their taste. And moreover, you may set your own business as an interior designer.

Companies or working sectors

  • Public and private sector establishments
  • Work with architects and architectural firms
  • Hospitals and other medical facilities
  • Town and city planning bureaus
  • Hotels
  • Health resorts
  • Work with renowned builders
  • Design studios
  • Exhibition organizers
  • Event management companies

Job Profiles

Some top job profiles in this field are:

  • Consultant
  • Creative Director
  • Interior Design Entrepreneur
  • Teacher
  • Building Inspector
  • Technical Architects
  • Construction Project Manager
  • Construction Estimator
  • Consulting Engineer


In the field of interior designing, there is also a probability to meet the celebrities. At the beginning in this field, a professional graduate can earn around Rs. 10000  to 20000 per month. But after the getting of experience, he/she may earn in a range of Rs. 30,000 to Rs. 75,000 per month.

Books & Study Materials

Here we are listing some popular books to study interior designing:

  • Domino: The Book of Decorating: A Room-by-Room Guide to Creating a Home That Makes You Happy by Deborah Needleman
  • Undecorate: The No-Rules Approach to Interior Design by Christiane Lemieux
  • The Perfectly Imperfect Home: How to Decorate and Live Well by Deborah Needleman
  • The Nest Home Design Handbook by Carley Roney
  • A History of Interior Design by John F. Pile
  • Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life by Erin Gates

For any other queries related to Interior Designing, you may leave your queries below in the comment box.


  1. For a bachelor’s degree do i have to give an entrence exam??
    And if yess what will be the criteria for it ??

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  3. i want the full details about study of interior designing and the duration of course and we can also study the course after btech also i want the details i asked above. and i hope you send the details as soon as possible

  4. This is a very informative blog, thanks for sharing about interior designing. It will help a lot; these types of content should get appreciated. I will bookmark your site; I hope to read more such informative contents in future.

  5. Can i do interior designing after diploma in civil engineering ? And which are the courses in interior designing ? And whats the duration of all that interior designing courses ?

  6. I had completed my b tech
    I want to go for interior design
    To be a good Interior designer
    Enough to go auto cad and 3d’smax and rivet softwares
    Is it good for to go one year course
    Suggest me any one

  7. can we do interior designing if we have commerce and not fine arts?
    is fine arts or maths compulsory in this course?

  8. Can i become a interior designer without having any degree I mean a amature .if yes how can i n if no then why?

  9. Can i do an interior designing course after graduation in arts , i am interested in this sector very much , and what should be the eligibility for this course ???

  10. M in bca final year.complete the greduate i want to be a interior deginer.wt can i do for this cource.plz give the full information abouttis couscre…plz help me

  11. I have just completed my 12th standard . I want to pursue my career in interior design . Please tell me about the entrance exams for the same . And colleges offering the same.

    1. you can do diploma in interior design and if u want degree than u will have to give entrance as per college needs.

  12. SIR. I’VE been fooling around after my 12th ..i really scored low & bcoz of dat i m not eligble for many of the courses..after dat i googled bout ID & there is nothing mentioned bout eligibility so m really confused wheter i m fit for dis course ?

  13. Which course I should opt in interior designing after M.Sc biotechnology? Shouldi go for pg diploma or certification course?

  14. After completing Post graduation in biotechnology can I go for interior designing.Which course I should opt for?

  15. I hve completed diploma in interior after 10th n now i wnt to take a degree n wnt to do masters….bt is it necessary to hv 12 base for degree?? plz rply.

    1. Yes you can do interior after 12 science.
      You should have 50% marks in 12th.
      If you have less even you get chance.
      To know more contact.

  16. i am intrested in interior designing what should i do after my 12th and how many yrs will it take to complete the whole course ?

  17. i am a commerce grad and have completed interior design diploma from an institute. I have worked as a designer in a modular kitchen company for about little less than 2 years. I left the job because of the demanding nature of it.Now there was a career gap of 2.5 years . Are there any other designing options available which I could choose by balancing my home responsibilities and job.
    Pls guide me.

  18. now am a bca final year student.but i have backlog. I am not interested to continue this more interested to draw paintings and pencil drawings.i want to do interior what i do next?

    PLZZZZ replay fast…..iam waiting 4 replay

    1. Just complete your BCA degree first and then go with your interest. painting and drawing may be a part of your hobby. As far as a career you can choose that later, but raise your professional career first.

  19. Can i do interior designing after 12th in arts field….
    how…??? and how many cut off marks are needed..?? In 12 i have maths as subject would it be easy to go throught it….

    1. The field is open after 12th but for that you should do hard work and get healthy marks. You can do Graduation in Interior Designing (BA – ID).

  20. I want to do interior designing..can I do after completing of cn I do Wat r the courses and duration of time to complete that replay soon as soon as possible. .

  21. i want the full details about study of interior designing and the duration of course and we can also study the course after btech also i want the details i asked above. and i hope you send the details as soon as possible

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