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How many companies are present in India who hire Interior Designers?

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RE: How many companies are present in India who hire Interior Designers?

Rahul Shinde
Rahul Shinde
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  • Introduction

Space for residential and commercial places is shrinking due to rapid urbanisation. This anomalous situation calls for professional help to make the living and working space more comfortable, beautiful and practical. Earlier, it was the task of an architect to do the entire exteriors along with the interiors of a house, office or any other functionally useful edifice. Now-a-days people have become more and more particular about the designs and the layout of the living or working area. This has led to an increasing requirement for professionals in interior designing.

As an interior designer, you will be trained to design exclusive furniture artifacts and fittings besides learning managerial skills. With the help of a course in interior designing, you will come out with a professional designing solution that is efficient, eye-catching and at the same time safe.

The basic job of an interior designer is to make optimal utilization of available space. Further, you have to make the space more functional and in accordance with the taste and budget of the client. Besides visualising and conceptualizing the designs for new structures, interior designers also plan the interiors of existing structures that are undergoing renovation or extension.


  • Eligibility:

Numerous reputed institutions all over India are offering study programs in interior designing. The basic qualification to get into most of these programs is a 10+2. Moreover, you will also have to get through an entrance examination that judges your drawing and design skills. It is advisable to prepare a portfolio of your creative work and display it at the time of admission to these study programs.

Architecture and design colleges generally offer study programs in interior designing. Most of these are diploma programs. You can also pursue an interior design course from a polytechnic or a private institution that provides specialization in a particular area of interior designing. Furthermore, entry into this profession is also possible through other areas of study such as graduation in architecture, fine arts, design, environment planning or a post-graduate program in a similar field.

Specialization in a particular area of interior designing can be done depending on your choice. For example; you can excel in business design, residential design or landscape designing. You can further gain expertise for yourself in particular area of a building such as bedrooms, kitchens or baths.


  • Job Prospects:

There is a scarcity of professional interior designers in our country. With more and more people willing to get their residence and working areas designed according to their taste, there has been a great demand for experienced interior designers. Employment prospects are plentiful and in various fields. Setting up your own business is also a very lucrative option in this industry.


  • Pay Packet:

Some features that affect the pay packet of an interior designer are regional differences, name, repute, experience and demand. For beginners the salary can be around Rs 10,000. For experienced professionals the monthly pay cheque can vary from Rs 30, 000 to Rs 75,000.After gaining some experience, you can start up your own business. Self-employment is very profitable as when you become an established interior designer you can ask for the moon.


  • Top Companies

**- Work with top notch architects and architectural firms
- Work with renowned builders
- Hospitals and other medial facilities
- Town and city planning bureaus
- Hotels and health resorts
- Design studios and exhibition organizers
- Event management companies
- Innumerable public and private sector establishments**

Further doubts or queries feel free to contact.

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Regards,
Rahul.

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