Duration : 1-2 year

interior designing training class institute indore
Interior Design combines aesthetics with technological expertise and enables one to transform space into a pleasurable ambience. Interior Design is the manifestation of the human being’s innate desire for aesthetics. In the modern era, with shrinking space, ambient functionality of living spaces has taken precedence over all other,
Our interior designing specialized course is 90% practical, technical & professional syllabus & 10% theory in practical way. We Teach Specialized, Technical, and Creative Designing & Practical Knowledge from Basic to Worlds Latest Design Technology, To Make Your Future Bright As an interior designer in Universal Bases.
Introduction of Interior designing
Histroy Of Interior designing
Introduction / Significance
Importance of Furniture Design for Interiors
Ancient Age / Middle Age / Contemporary
Research Project Recent years
Drawing Made Easy
Free Hand Drawing Lines, Curves, Waves
Compositions in pencil, Colour and pasting
The third dimension
Still - life
Furniture Sketching
Water - Colors and pastels
Interior elements, Lighting, plants etc
Plans and elevations
how important are drawing skills?
Our goal
using software packages
using photographs
Elements of Design
Interior Design as a Visual Art
Elements of Design
colors, Accessories and their significance
Project Analysis and Design Development
Design source
Interior space and flow chart, A good design
Starting to Sketch
Looking at the structure of the house
Adding a window to your drawing
Add a fireplace
Putting in some actual sizes
Transferring the information to graph paper
Add features to your drawing
Lets add some furniture
Transfer your drawing to tracing paper
Colour, Pattern and Fabric
Primary, secondary and tertiary colours
Dark/light versions of a colour
Colour schemes in decorating
Secondary contrast
Cool and warm colours and the rooms aspect
Cool and warm colours and their impact on apparent size
Putting colour into practice in interior decorating
Some useful colour schemes Texture
Halls and Stairs
Hall functions
Narrow halls
Lack of light
ways to improve a hall
The hall floor
Getting rid of the hall
Conversely add a hall!
Five ways to enhance a staircase
Taking Stock
Think people rather than rooms
Peoples needs change
Changes needed in the house
Traffic flow
The need for structural or building work
Checklist for designing a room
Plan of action for designing a room
Considerations to bear in mind
Design and Style
What design and style mean
how fashion affects style
The effect of good interior design
Choice of styles
Architects versus interior designers
The modern look
The traditional look
The eclectic look
Working systematically
Start with the basics
Contrast and consistency
Empathy for the client
The Living Room
Functions of the living room
Ten factors that improve the design of your living room
Four ways to give your room more style
Problems of scale in the living room
Open plan living space
Children in the living room
Using a Sample Board
What board to use
Elements of a sample board
putting the samples on the board
finishing your board
How to make your sample board effective
Disadvantages of a sample board
Lighting issues to be considered
Setting the mood
Health and safety
The different types of lighting
The location of lights
Direct and indirect lighting
Uplighters and downlighters
Mood lighting
Task lighting
Eight ways to make your lighting more effective
Different types of bulb
Using an electrician
Producing a lighting plan
The four factors to consider when choosing flooring
Interior designers checklist
Flooring style hard or soft
Hard floors
Specific rooms
Walls and Ceiling
A colour for the walls
Breaking up large slabs of wall
Paint effects
Tricks and tips for walls and Ceilings
Wall Decoration
Tips about paintings
Wall coverings and tapestries
Collections of objects
Wall decorations room by room
Dinning Room
The dominating dining table
ten tips for better dining rooms
dining in the kitchen
dining with children
Windows and window Drwssing
Types of windows
Types of window treatment: curtains and blinds
Choice of fabrics and colour
using a curtain maker
Sofas and upholstery
Wooden furniture: new or old?
The modern look
buying new furniture
The antique or eclectic look
Different types of furniture
Kitchen and Utility
Your role as the interior designer
Where to find kitchen designers
where should the kitchen be?
The importance of size
Locating the ideal kitchen
Define your needs
Making sure the room is right
Kitchen units and food preparation
Washing dishes
Designing the layout
Eating in the kitchen
Display in the kitchen
Storage Planning
investigating your storage needs by room
Ways of adding lots more storage
Special storage problems
Storage outside
Items you could collect
Items that look interesting
Tips on displaying a collection
Things that have meaning for you
Collections to avoid
Where to place your collections
Keeping your collection in check
Roof and chimneys
Bedrooms for Adults
Functions of an adult bedroom
A dressing room
The bed
Wall spaceWindow treatment
Window treatment
Design issues
Co-ordinating your colours and fabrics
Electricity in your house
Tidying your electrical appliances
Why you should tackle electricity before choosing the wall-paper
How electricity works a four-point summary
Legal issues
Choosing an electrician
Dealing with an electrician
Preparing an electrical plan
Adding More Space
Attic room
Adapt an existing outbuilding
A room in the garden
Build an extension
Add a conservatory
Staying within the law
Bedrooms for Children
Infants and toddlers needs
Decoration for infants and toddlers
Young children’s needs
Decoration for the 5-12 year old
Teenagers needs
Decoration for the teenager
safety points
Plumbing and Drainage
How plumbing works
Emergency plumbing
making plumbing work for you
Hiding the plumbing
Bathroom functions
Color scheme
improving the bathroom
Fixtures and fittings
Office Design
Starting off in office design
Building a portfolio
Understanding the client’s needs
what to consider when using the color chart
Layout, Giving your office personality
what office needs
Accessories for interior design
Wallpapers, glass, plywood, wood veneer,
lighting selection, pop, stickers, plant, curtains accessories,
Research accessories
Meeting with Client
Meeting the client, the initial meeting
Body language
Listening skills
Defining the clients need
Identify the problems
The clients needs and lifestyle, the clients style preferences
Taking a brief
Ending the meeting
Letter of Agreement
Presenting your proposals
Managing a Project
Implementing the project
Payment methods
Writing a specification
Estimating, costing a job
Dealing with contractors.
Project management Contact report
Career Options
Architectural Firms
Interior Designer Firms
Construction Firm
Builders And Promoters
Furniture Manufactures and many more