Part II - Introduction to Interior Design
Continue your creative journey and expand your interior design understanding in enjoyable new directions by attending this course of practical classes and workshops.
‘Part II’ adds detail and colour to basic interior design theory by focussing on specialist areas of practice, such as styling your home, designing for teenagers and children, working with antiques and vintage pieces, and learning about upholstery, flooring, wallcoverings and other areas of furniture, fittings and equipment.
With no need to commit to more than one day a week for eight weeks, the course fits easily around work or family commitments.
Part II’ is designed to follow on from KLC’s introductory design workshop such as ‘Part-Time Introduction’,The Essentials but could also be comfortably taken as a stand-alone course, i.e. with no prior experience.
- Develop ideas for personal design projects and build confidence to tackle your own projects
- Inspire creative experimentation
- Experience a social learning environment and expand understanding as a result of collaboration with peers
- Learn about specialist areas of interior design and decoration
- Explore creativity and build graphical and presentation skills
- Build on the base established by attendance at KLC introductory design courses such as ‘The Essentials’, ‘My Design School’, or ‘Part-Time Introduction’
- Upcycling and Recycling
- Using Vintage and Antiques in Interiors
- Styling Interiors
- Wallcoverings, Paints and Specialist Finishes
- Designing for Children and Teenagers,
- Floorcoverings and Tiles
- Storage solutions for interiors
- Finding and working with tradespeople and specialists.
The project for the course is the production of a furniture, style and upholstery board for a living room or bedroom in your own home or for a KLC-provided client.