How to become an Interior Designer

Posted by Alison Johnson on

What does an interior designer do?

Interior designers make indoor spaces functional and beautiful by selecting essential and decorative items, analysing and choosing things like colors, lighting, and materials.

How to become an Interior Designer.

  1. Build a beautiful website.
  2. Build a portfolio.
  3. Start a blog.
  4. Create videos.
  5. Use social media.
  6. Promote your services and define your rates.
  7. Speak to unique product providers.

Some top tips to define your interior design skills.

Many of us will have heard of interior designers like Linda Barker and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen one of which has purchased from Crackpots. What you may not realise is that designers build up their portfolio and reputation for years and in the early stages of building your profile, your skills need to be demonstrated.

It's always good to build relationships with companies like ours to remain up to date with new products and techniques that come out. Equally, it's important to understand the business so when you're talking to your clients about ideas and concepts you can introduce why the company and products you've chosen are exclusive or why the client would love the design.

Some reasons interior designers like our products.

As many of you will already know, our products are handcrafted from our beautiful workshop in Lincolnshire. Each one goes through a painstaking process and we even produce limited edition designs. 

Some other reasons why our products are so popular are because of the exclusive nature of the product. Our designs feature in some rather famous homes. Whilst we're not permitted to name some of them, our clients include lords and ladies. We also produce products for famous hotels abroad as well as boutique hotels in and around the UK.

Ultimately, we're about style. We bring style to your home and we're always bringing out new designs. We even work with clients to create designs that are custom to them.

If you're an interior designer looking to forge relationships with Crackpots we'd love to hear from you. Our email is:

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