Interior decoration is the art and science of improving the interior of a structure to make it aesthetically pleasing to the people using it, and usually for the occupants of the room as well. An interior decorator is a person who plans, studies, coordinates, and executes these improvement projects. Interior decoration is done through planning; first, by surveying the rooms and considering how they can be made more attractive and functional to the intended users, and second, by coming up with the interior design that will fit the rooms’ functions and design. Interior decoration ideas can come from a variety of sources such as magazine designs, magazine illustrations, and even wallpaper designs. Interior decoration ideas can also come from the style of furniture that a person has in his/her living room. Interior decoration can be used to brighten a room, to make it look better by adding items, or to simply give it a more pleasant ambiance and feel.
Interior decoration techniques include using paints, rugs, drapes, furniture covers, blinds, shutters, wallpapers, and wallpapers. An interior decorator should have knowledge of the various painting techniques, such as latex paint, water-based paints, gall ink, and acrylic paints. A qualified interior designer will know what these different types of paints are good for, how to apply them correctly, and how to maintain the quality of the final product once the project is completed. It is advisable to hire an interior designer for all your interiors, as he/she can recommend the best products, deliver the best service, and keep everything maintained and clean at all times.
Interior designers also specialize in particular areas such as contemporary design, traditional design, or modern design. There are many sub-specialties under these categories such as mixing and matching, color wheel, and furniture arrangement. Interior decorators also work with clients to complete their project. Clients can be specific about the type of decoration they want, for example they may be interested in an antique look, contemporary furniture, or an ethnic look. Interior designers also work with lighting, carpeting, hardwood flooring, hardwood floors, wall decorations, and other interior decoration requirements.