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Question: I have always enjoyed decorating and would like to become an interior designer. How do I get started?
Answer: Education and formal training are required in many states now in order to become an interior designer. First check your states requirements for the field of interior design. You are probably wondering why it is necessary to have licensing laws for interior designers at all. The answer is because our daily lives have become so complex and there are so many does, regulations, products, environmental consideration and laws that need to be addressed in design for the safety of all concerned. A designer with formal training and experience has been educated in fire codes, flammability requirements, interior building structural requirements, ADA needs, and overall professionalism in the field of interior design.
FIDER (The Foundation for Interior Design Education Research) sets a standard for post secondary interior design education, evaluates colleges and universities interior design programs and publishes a current list of accredited programs that meet their high standards. You can view a list of colleges that meets their criteria on their web site at www.fider.org. The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) recognizes FIDER as the leading authority on interior design education.
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