If you’ve ever walked into a room, office, or hotel lobby and immediately noticed an array of color, fabric, lighting, and furniture that creatively pleases the eye, you’ve witnessed the work of an Interior Designer. Interior Decorating is both a science and an art, a business and a profession (Ball 5). A designer uses his or her own creativity and practicality to create a surrounding that is “satisfying, creative and appropriate to human needs” ([url removed, login to view]). The job of the Interior Designer is to team up with a client to find out their needs and wants for the particular space they want to redecorate. The finished result must “enhance and protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public” (Eureka). By working with such items as wallpaper, furnishings, paint, floor coverings and accessories, the designer can create an environment that is physically, intellectually, and emotionally suitable for their client(s). It must also have a “general social, ethical, economic, and political impact” (collegeboard). To meet these needs the designer must “study the different tastes and living habits of their clients, reflect their personality, and meet important functional requirements” (?, 118).
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