If you are looking into starting a career in design or you are at the point of renovating your home and don’t know where to start, the Interior Design and Decoration course can give you the confidence you need to achieve these goals.

With the constant growth and changes in the industry you will be able to keep up to date and provide clients with the appropriate advice for their needs.

Whether you are fantastic at drawing or have basic skills, the course will enhance these by teaching you the design principles to be able to sketch and present your proposals for your clients.

Understanding the use of colour, aesthetics and soft furnishings will allow you to create projects that you can be proud of and develop a portfolio for use if you wish to start a business in the industry.


Course Outline
Course Code: 
100 hours - Access for 12 months
Online & Correspondence
Statement of achievement
Lesson Structure: 
  1. Interior design essentials
  2. Understanding colours
  3. Colour application
  4. Basic drawing skills
  5. Style and furniture
  6. Perspective drawing
  7. Soft furnishings
  8. Presentation techniques
  9. Materials and fittings
  10. Bathroom design
  11. Kitchen design
  12. Design practice
Aims - the learning objectives of the course: 
  • To be able to formulate a plan for the design in relation to the specifications a client requires.
  • Learn about the theory of colour and understand the psychology and cultural issues around some colours.
  • Experiment with colour schemes.
  • Be able to develop designs through improved drawing skills to display the desired project.
  • Work with different styles and themes to be able to create a specific mood for a room.
  • Learn how to use perspective drawing.
  • Be able to choose soft furnishings such as window treatments, bedroom furnishings and rugs.
  • Further develop your drawing skills by including shading and presentation techniques for your proposals for clients.
  • Understand the safety and maintenance issues for elements such as floors, ceilings and walls.
  • Design bathrooms and kitchens – the most commonly used areas of the home.
  • Understand more about the design industry and the constant changes so that you can keep up to date with the latest trends and possibilities of business ventures.