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Interior Designer Jobs, Employment – June 2020

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Interior Concepts Design House

Pleasant Grove, UT 84062



$14 – $19 an hour

Interior Design: 2 years

Associate

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  • Interior Concepts is an interior design company.
  • 1-3 years of experience in interior design.
  • Follow-up on all specific orders.
  • Reporting Manager: Under the immediate supervision of the VP of Operations and the general direction of the Company President.


Studio McGee

Lehi, UT 84043

  • 3+ years of professional interior design experience.
  • Our designers use AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator every single day.



$20 an hour

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  • Willing to learn new things.
  • Efficient with time and resources.
  • Cool-headed while under pressure.
  • Work a 4 or 4 ½ day work week.



$50,000 – $100,000 a year

  • Rather than commission earnings, this position will operate on a minimal cost plus basis when ordering through wholesale furniture and accessory accounts.


Ervin

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Interior Designer Jobs, Employment in Los Angeles, CA – May 2020

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The Culver Hotel

Culver City, CA 90232 (Downtown area)


Remote work available

  • The ideal candidate has impeccable style standards, solid working experience in interior design projects, and excellent sourcing skills in both commercial and…


One Week Bath

Los Angeles, CA


Remote work available



$100,000 – $200,000 a year

Interior Design: 5 years

Sales: 5 years

  • You must have in-home sales experience and the relationship building skills to bond with your prospect on the phone as well as in person.


ASH NYC

Los Angeles, CA 90032 (El Sereno area)



$16 – $17 an hour

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  • Assist in the receiving, deployment, and management of inventory in the warehouse.
  • Utilize proprietary computer software and email communication to effectively…


Kari Whitman Interiors

Los Angeles, CA



$50,000 – $60,000 a year

  • Candidate will be working on high-end projects with high-profile clients.
  • 5+ years experience with
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The 25 Best Interior Designers in Los AngelesBuildDirect Blog: Life at Home

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A Los Angeles home is more than just a home, especially for those involved in the entertainment business. From intimate dinner parties to blowout bashes, a gorgeous and glamorous residence serves as an all-important hub for both business and pleasure. With this in mind, it follows that the interior designers in this star-studded city are often as famous as their celebrity clients. These elite aficionados know how to create a luxurious environment where deals can be sealed and influencers can make their mark. They can easily adapt to the wide range of architecture styles boasted by L.A., making it a unique, distinguished, and highly individualized region.

If you’re wondering who this all-star cast consists of, we’ve got you covered. From Malibu to Hollywood Hills and beyond, here are the 25 hottest interior designers in Los Angeles right now. Listed in random order, these

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Best Interior Designers in California (with Photos)

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To complete the look of a new custom home in California, you will want to employ the services of a top-notch interior designer. Without cohesive furnishings, lighting, art, wall and floor coverings, all the hard work put in by your architects and builders will simply not get the justice it deserves. Maybe you want sophisticated elegance in your Silicon Valley estate or a laid-back California look for a beachside home in San Diego, or perhaps a regal European feel in your San Francisco high-rise apartment. Regardless of the style you are going for, the ten West Coast designers on this list are the ones to call.

Interiors designers are perhaps the most mobile professionals in the custom home industry. So whether you have a residential project located along the Pacific Coast in Los Angeles, the Bay Area, or San Diego or somewhere in-between, these

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Interior Designer Jobs, Employment in Pennsylvania

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Red Rose Cabinetry

Lititz, PA 17543

  • Red Rose Cabinetry has a position opening in our Lititz, PA design studio and workshop for a passionate Kitchen & Bath Designer/Salesperson with just such a…


East Coast Tile Imports Inc

Wexford, PA 15090

  • Ability and willingness to work a flexible schedule with Thursday evening and Saturday day hours required;
  • The position requires superior relationship building…


INTERIORS HOME

Camp Hill, PA 17011

Sales: 2 years

Design: 2 years

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  • Other hours vary per week.
  • Interior Design Consultant to assist customers/clients with home projects and furniture purchases.
  • From one sofa to an entire room.


Penn Technical Staffing

Hatboro, PA

  • The ideal candidate will have a minimum 2 years U.S. experience and the ability to produce construction documents in a fast-paced environment.


Hospitality Furnishings & Design

Zelienople, PA 16063

  • Putting your interior design knowledge to use by developing
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Important Job Skills for Interior Designers

If you love design, decor, and creating cohesive color schemes, interior design could be an excellent career choice for you. A designer is hired by individuals, companies, and real estate agents to decorate spaces, such as offices, living rooms, or bedrooms. They take into account a client’s taste, budget, and the space itself to come up with a look that matches the customer’s needs.

As of 2018, interior designers earned a median salary of about $53,470 per year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Job growth for the decade ending in 2026 is projected at 4%, which is one of the largest growth margins of all the artistic professions. For those willing to steer their interior design efforts toward commercial healthcare facilities, the projected growth is significantly higher.

According to BLS, about 20% of interior designers are self-employed, and more than half worked for specialized design firms

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How to Make Your Home a Calming Oasis, According to a Designer

If you haven’t noticed, home improvement projects are having a moment right now—especially the DIY variety. And it makes sense. Not only are most of us home a lot more than usual, but, with a lot of extra time on our hands, we’re also demanding more of our spaces. Our homes need to be functional, pleasing to the eye, and a calming place where we can hide from the chaos of the world.

But what if you don’t exactly know how to go about transforming your home into a calming oasis? That’s when it helps to have some interior decor inspiration—and a talented designer on speed dial.

We caught up with interior designer Kate Marker about an amazing renovation project she completed in Union Pier, MI. From floor to vaulted ceiling, the cottage is impeccably furnished. But what makes this home really special is the sense of calm that

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Interior Design Games at Duckie Deck

Now, if there is any game that will test and develop your child’s creativity, it is this interior design game. This game will help your child spark that creative flair of theirs from the tiniest detail to the largest of portraits.

This interior design game is a brilliantly detailed game that requires your child to design the entire apartment from scratch; from the mirrors on the wall to the positioning of the bed. The child can even decide which room they would like to have as the bedroom, which they want as the kitchen and which the living room. They have four rooms of which they are let loose to completely design. If only us adults had the time and freedom!

This game is a beautiful platform on which your child will display their creative abilities. Not only will this game help the player, but also it will

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Living Room Design Ideas That Maximize Luxury

The concept of luxury in living room design is something that varies from one person to another. Luxury isn’t synonymous with expensive objects. And luxury in the living room is something if done right can make or break its look. The living room is a place open to beautifying, more than a kitchen or bedroom. Moreover, your living room should embody your personality and personal preferences. A living room brimming with luxury can be achieved without spending a fortune. See how!

Bring in Wall Decor

Hanging wall decor all over your living room can bring in an instant luxury look and feel to your living room. If you are on a budget, then you can go for it. If your living room design lacks a focal point, and if you have an inclination to artworks, then you can use it as a focal point. And the good thing is that

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