Thinking about becoming an interior designer?

Are you thinking about a career in interior design? Do you want to know more about what an interior designer does? Iris Dunbar, Director and Founder of The Interior Design School, answers five of the most common questions about becoming an interior designer.   What is the actual job of an interior designer, as interior design seems to cover a raft of things? Most people think it is residential design, but with training you can do anything from workplace design, office receptions, doctors surgeries, hospitals, schools, hotels, bars as well as residential. Everywhere you go should, or could, be designed by an interior designer. Interior design is architectural and spatial…   READ MORE

CONGRATULATIONS Diploma students

Another year over for our Diploma students, we celebrated at Senator showroom London and all students now off for work experience around various top Design companies. Well Done !!

Our very own Iris Dunbar interviewed by World Interior

Metro newspaper Friday 19 December

Check out page 56 Home Comforts featuring our guru Iris Dunbar

Blueprint magazine


A great feature on The Interior Design School in this months Blueprint magazine Read all about us

London Design Festival – Queens Park Design District

Queens Park Design District holds its inaugural event this year as an official district within the London Design Festival. A long established hub of creativity, and internationally recognised design talent, the Queens Park event will encompass a series of open studios, live design events, art installations and workshops centred around Lonsdale Road

Congratulations to Diploma graduates

2014 comes to a close as our graduates flee the desks to continue their practice in their respective placements.   Well done and congratulations to the interior designers of the future!          

New IFI President

We are very proud to announce Iris Dunbar, our Director, has been appointed the new President of IFI (International Federation of Interior Designers and Architects)