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Texas Interior Design Degrees

Interior Design Degrees: Texas Career Colleges

Career College: Texas Interior Design Programs

Looking for accredited career colleges, technical schools, and universities in Texas offering Interior Design degrees. Interior design is broadly defined as the finishing touches on an architectural interior. Interior designers enjoy an independent career with a creative flair.

Students at Texas colleges and universities enjoy being on one of the most distinctive American states. Everything really is big in Texas: big prairie, big sky, big herds of cattle, and yes, big cities. Whether you seek the sophistication of intellectual and artsy Austin, the cowboy culture of Forth Worth, the glitz of oil-rich Houston, or the seaside delights of Galveston, you are sure to find Texas a great place to live and study. The Lone Star State was once its own republic, and once you visit, you'll agree that there is not a lot that this state has in common with the rest of the country. Texas is a place where people are very sincere and their values can be old-fashioned. But they are generous and hospitable, and will make you feel at home.

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Texas Career Colleges: Interior Design Degrees

In the last recession, when jobs were scarce and once thriving businesses were floundering, big-box home furnishing stores like Home Depot and Loews made a fortune. During harder times, people were redesigning their homes. And even as the economy improves, the home designing bug has hardly worn off. The stores are still jammed and turn on your TV, and show after show features the latest celebrity designer of the moment.

All of these show that the times couldn't be better to get an interior design degree. Rarely does a field come along that is both booming and so creatively satisfying, and with no sign of fading away as an expanding industry.

Interior design is broadly defined as the finishing touches on an architectural interior. Lighting, furniture, decoration, and aesthetic design all fall under its wing. A good degree program therefore introduces you to all of these components. Classes will include basic concepts of interior design but also important elective subjects like drawing, sculpture and art theory so that you have the background to make exciting choices for a company or client.

And so much of interior design inovles problem-solving. A rule of thumb is that no matter how identical two spaces are, no two rooms are completely alike. Clients are different, electrical lay out can be different; even the smallest difference can change a project radically. A degree prepares you for all these vagaries of the business.

But most importantly, getting into interior design allows you to be creative and artistic without having to forgo a potentially lucrative career. It's the perfect union of art and commerce. Go for it!
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