The best interior designers and decorators in Britain, from Country Life's secret address book (2022)

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Albion Nord

Designers Ben Johnson, Anthony Kooperman, Camilla Clarke and Ottalie Stride met when working at property developer Candy & Candy (now Candy London). Together, they formed Albion Nord in 2017, an interior-design studio that has come a long way in a short time. Particularly noted for the design of two houses at the prestigious Chelsea Barracks and the transformation of the neo-Classical Benham Park in Berkshire, they have also found time to develop a collection of furniture and lighting to celebrate British craftsmanship and launched Our Shop, an online offering of art, furniture, antiques and decorative objects. ‘Refined’ is a key word in the Albion Nord vocabulary. Interiors have a quiet, but never boring, sense of luxury and soul, with considered choices of both antique and contemporary pieces and clever use of colour and texture.

07834 711945; www.albion-nord.com

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A kitchen at Benham Park by Albion Nord. Credit: Kensington Leverne

Birdie Fortescue

Designer and antique dealer Birdie Fortescue has a natural ability to combine old and new, creating elegant interiors that balance gentle hues with her flair for sourcing unusual antiques and contemporary art. Her Norfolk shop holds a treasure trove of globally inspired block-printed fabrics, furniture, cushions and lamps, alongside antique finds.

01328 851651; www.birdiefortescue.co.uk

Colin Orchard & Company

Since training under Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler’s grande dame Imogen Taylor, Colin Orchard has developed an outstanding reputation for combining traditional country-house style with a restrained sense of grandeur. His current projects include large private residences in Oxfordshire, New York and Palm Beach, US.

020–7351 5501; info@colinorchard.com

Edward Bulmer

As an interior designer, architectural historian and advocate of natural paints — with his own eco-friendly range — Edward Bulmer describes his approach as one that ‘embodies enquiry, practicality, scholarship, aesthetics, sustainability and some fun’. No wonder he is in demand for major projects, which currently include private members’ club White’s in London, the Jacobean Dorfold Hall in Cheshire and Georgian Newport House in Herefordshire. His new book, The Colourful Past, Edward Bulmer and the English Country House, will be published by Rizzoli this autumn.

01544 388535; www.edwardbulmerinteriordesign.co.uk

Guy Goodfellow

Guy Goodfellow cut his teeth at Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler before setting up his own successful interior- and architectural-design company, specialising in traditional, elegant country-house style. Now, his shop in Chelsea, SW10, offers in-house-designed weaves, prints and wallpapers, based on historic textiles reinterpreted in imaginative colours.

020–7349 0728; www.guygoodfellow.com

Henrietta Spencer-Churchill

An international lecturer and the author of 11 books, Lady Henrietta specialises in grand English country-house style and runs her interior-design company Woodstock Designs close to her ancestral home at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire. At present, she is working on projects that include the major renovation of a large period property in Oxfordshire and interiors of a new yacht.

01993 811887; www.spencerchurchilldesigns.com

Janine Stone & Co

Over the past 30 years, this company has built up a reputation for luxurious interiors with a classic, contemporary feel. It has an unusually wide-ranging service, covering both renovations and complete new-build projects, using its in-house architectural, construction and interior-design services to deliver an immaculately polished result.

020–7349 8888; www.janinestone.com

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An indoor pool designed by Janine Stone.

Joanna Wood

Winner of the 2021 British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) Merit award for excellence in design practice, Joanna Wood creates smart and luxurious designs, with an emphasis on comfort and colour. Current projects include the Master’s Lodge at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and the full renovation of a 17th-century Kensington townhouse. Other enterprises include her eponymous home-accessories shop in Belgravia, SW1, Lawson Wood bespoke upholstery, Phillips & Wood lighting and Lewis & Wood fabrics and wallpapers. A Cotswold studio will open this spring.

020–7730 0693; www.joannawood.com

John Evans Interior Architecture + Design

A highly creative practice that specialises in adding a luxurious, contemporary touch to country homes from its Birmingham office, the firm has 40 years of experience, which is manifested in John Evans’s quietly confident style.

0121–233 9041; www.johnevansdesign.com

Linley

The interior-design studio is run by Graham Green and Michael Keech, who moved their architectural-interiors company, Keech Green, to Linley a few years ago. Their focus on luxury British design ranges from ‘modern-deco’ — evident in the refurbishment of several suites at Claridge’s, W1 — to traditional country-house style, including two recently completed epic-scale projects in Yorkshire and Hampshire.

020–8068 4206; www.davidlinley.com

Louise Jones

A polished approach to classic interior design with every modern comfort has earned Louise Jones her stripes. Current projects include the luxury Ardfin Estate hotel on the island of Jura, two mansions in The Hamptons, US, and a 16th-century farmhouse in Surrey.

020–7351 6858; www.louisejonesinteriors.com

Lucy Elworthy

Bringing a light decorative touch to country houses, Lucy Elworthy combines her experience as a former decoration editor of House & Garden with an imaginative eye for colour and texture. She is a dab hand at creating welcoming interiors with a sense of character.

07957 693246; www.lucyelworthy.co.uk

Max Rollitt

Hampshire-based Max Rollitt is an interior designer, furniture maker and antiques dealer whose sought-after style is developed from an impressive knowledge of historical architecture and design, combined with comfort and a light touch of humour. His projects — largely based in the UK and on the east coast of the US — are furnished with a distinctive combination of antique originals and bespoke designs. Mr Rollitt’s Avington showroom has recently been transformed with a series of inspirational room sets.

01962 791124; www.maxrollitt.com

Nicola Harding & Co

After studying garden design and working for renowned landscape designer Arne Maynard, Nicola Harding set up her own studio in 2008, gradually embracing commercial and residential interiors in addition to gardens. Now, she combines a sensitivity to the link between indoor and outdoor spaces with a playful blend of old and new, carefully chosen antiques and a joyful use of colour to add personality to all kinds of projects, including country houses, historic buildings, hotels and private members’ clubs, including the exuberant Beaverbrook Town House in Chelsea, London SW1. Her deep understanding of what it takes to make an inviting home ensures her studio is in demand: recent projects include a Victorian villa on the Thames and a Jacobean manor house in Northamptonshire.

020–8743 6690; nicolaharding.com

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Nicola Harding interior design.

Nina Campbell

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of her interior-design business in 2021, the indomitable Nina Campbell is internationally admired for her individual take on classic English decoration and eye for beauty. Increasingly in demand in the US, she remains a vibrant, energetic force in the world of design — with a style that continues to evolve — and is constantly developing collections of fabric, wallpaper and furniture.

The designer is also the author of seven books, including, most recently, Nina Campbell Interior Decoration, published by Rizzoli and written with Country Life’s Giles Kime, and is currently planning her next.

020–7225 1011; shop.ninacampbell.com

Oliver Laws

Guy Oliver is the owner and principal designer of this Mayfair-based boutique studio, specialising in elegantly luxurious interiors that celebrate the beauty of bespoke craftsmanship. The portfolio of projects spans the State Rooms at 10, Downing Street, The Connaught and Claridge’s in London and Dublin’s Shelbourne Hotel, exhibitions at the Louvre, private country houses, aircraft and yachts.

020–7437 8487; www.oliverlaws.com

Penny Morrison

Known for injecting colour and character into any interior, Penny Morrison specialises in inviting and comfortable English style. She is busy on projects in the UK and Caribbean, continues to develop her gloriously patterned fabric and wallpaper collection and offers a selection of lamps and accessories, available online and from her Chelsea shop.

020–7384 2975; www.pennymorrison.com

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Pippa Paton

Strong on using texture and subtle hues to create contemporary comfort in the country, Pippa Paton is known for her work on barn conversions and traditional stone buildings in the Cotswolds, which she has transformed into homes well suited to 21st-century living. She is the author of two books, Twenty First Century Cotswolds, Volumes I and II.

01865 595470; www.pippapatondesign.co.uk

Rita Konig

Rita Konig has earned many plaudits for work that is distinctly her own, creating relaxing and joyously comfortable interiors for transatlantic clients in residential and commercial settings, including the chic Hotel 850 SVB in West Hollywood, US. Her online interior-design course is available at Create Academy (www.createacademy.com).

020–3735 7280; www.ritakonig.com

Robert Kime

Distinguished antiques dealer and interior decorator Robert Kime, whose clients include The Prince of Wales, creates traditional — but not stuffy — interiors, full of judiciously chosen antiques and colourful textiles. His Pimlico shop is a paradise of discovery, with antiques and his own collection of fabrics, wallpaper, lamps and furniture.

020–7831 6066; www.robertkime.com

Rosanna Bossom

A fresh take on classic interiors ensures this studio, founded by Rosanna Bossom in 2014, is in demand. Known for her work alongside couture designer Rifat Ozbek on the design of private members’ club 5 Hertford Street, in Mayfair, W1, recent projects include London and country houses and a glorious folly in Worcestershire designed by Quinlan Terry Architects. The studio is currently working on a listed house in Regent’s Park and other projects in London, the Cotswolds and New York. The studio offers a capsule collection of made-to-order furniture and pretty accessories, too, from cushions to lampshades.

020–3488 9744; www.rosannabossom.co.uk

Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler

The country’s longest-established firm for interior-decorating, founded in the 1930s, has always been known for quintessentially English style. Today, its seven principal decorators and an architectural interior designer undertake a diverse range of projects worldwide, from traditional to cutting edge, from the refurbishment of large country estates in Surrey and Hampshire, a family residence in Kuwait and a contemporary apartment in Athens to the Chelsea Arts Club, SW3.

020–7493 2231; www.colefax.com

Sims Hilditch

Pitch perfect at calm, classic-contemporary English country style, Emma Sims-Hilditch specialises in creating quietly elegant and comfortable designs, never forgetting the practicalities required to make an inviting, family-focused home. The studio has recently launched a capsule collection of timeless upholstered furniture in collaboration with George Smith.

01249 783087; www.simshilditch.com

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Susie Atkinson Design

Specialising in private houses and boutique hotels, Susie Atkinson creates contemporary interiors that radiate a sense of personal character and understated luxury. She has recently launched a range of colourful table lamps and her first wallpaper collection, in collaboration with artist Ellen Merchant, which add to her small, but special fabric, furniture and accessory offerings.

020–7384 0700; www.susieatkinson.com

Thorp

Smart, pared-back style is the forte of this well-established firm, which is headed by its founder Philippa Thorp. Geared towards an international clientele, the firm offers full architecture, interior-design, art-curation and landscaping services.

020–7235 7808; www.thorp.co.uk

Todhunter Earle Interiors

Expert at balancing the demands of contemporary living with the challenges presented by historic houses, Emily Todhunter and Kate Earle are both highly regarded for their ever-fresh approach and imaginative designs. They have recently co-authored Modern English: Todhunter Earle Interiors (Vendome Press), which provides an opportunity to enjoy some of their varied work across houses in the country, in town and abroad.

020–7349 9999; www.todhunterearle.com

Turner Pocock

Bunny Turner and Emma Pocock lead an interior-design studio, founded in 2007, that is admired for its outstanding creativity and confident use of colour and pattern. With offices in London and Geneva, projects include elegant — yet also relaxed — family homes in the capital, across the UK, Europe and Hong Kong, as well as chalets in the Alps.

They recently launched the Turner Pocock x Lorfords Contemporary collection of comfortable upholstered chairs and sofas. Other collaborations include The Bobbin Collection of furniture for Chelsea Textiles and painterly table linen for The Sette. A new collaboration with master rug-maker Peter Page launches this month.

020–3463 2390; www.turnerpocock.co.uk

Veere Grenney Associates

A master of beauty and harmony, Veere Grenney creates interiors with a discreetly luxurious look. His designs are rooted in the Classical tradition, given life by the combination of contemporary, historic and sometimes charmingly modest. His fabric and wallpaper collection is admired for its elegant pattern and subtle colour palette.

020–7351 7170; www.veeregrenney.com

VSP Interiors

Known for designing large country properties — from a Georgian manor in Oxfordshire to an Arts-and-Crafts house in Yorkshire — Dorset-based Henriette von Stockhausen has a classic, colourfully eclectic style that successfully combines antiques and fine art with a sense of comfort and personality.

01305 265892; www.vspinteriors.com

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FAQs

Who is the No 1 interior designer in the world? ›

1. Philippe Starck. Philippe Starck is a famous French industrial and interior designer, architect, and creator. From utensils to factories, apartments to hotels, most of Starck's designs have grown to have a cult following.

What is the best interior design company in the world? ›

2016 Top 100 Giants Research: Ranking
Rank 2016FirmDesign Staff
1Gensler1,997
2HOK337
3Perkins + Will348
4Jacobs566
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How much do interior designers get paid UK? ›

Salary. Starting salaries for junior designers range from £18,000 to £23,000. Experienced interior designers can earn between £25,000 and £40,000. Salaries for senior designers can reach £45,000+, while creative/design directors can earn up to - and sometimes more than - £75,000.

What is difference between designer and decorator? ›

The short answer is: Designers create functional spaces within a building, while decorators adorn a space with decorative elements.

Which country has the best interiors? ›

In the current ranking, China ranks first among 108 countries represented in 2020-2021, with 86 platinum design awards won globally; followed by the United States of America, Japan, Italy, Hong Kong, Great Britain, Taiwan, Germany, Turkey, and Australia, which occupied the top positions in 2020.

Which country is best for interior design jobs? ›

Top 8 Countries for Interior Design Course
  • United States of America.
  • United Kingdom.
  • Canada.
  • Spain.
  • Italy.
  • Japan.
  • Denmark.
  • Australia.
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What is the difference between an interior designer in an interior decorator? ›

Interior design is the art and science of understanding people's behavior to create functional spaces within a building, while interior decorating is the furnishing or adorning of a space with decorative elements to achieve a certain aesthetic. In short, interior designers may decorate, but decorators do not design.

Who is the father of interior design? ›

“Some Things That Count,” New-York Tribune (New York, NY), October 26, 1913. Elsie de Wolfe was an interior decorator before there was such a thing.

Who is the most famous designer? ›

Most Creative & Famous Fashion Designers Of This Century (Male & Female)
RANKNAMECOUNTRY / YEARS
1.Coco ChanelFrance (1883-1971)
2.Christian DiorFrance (1905-1957)
3.Karl LagerfeldGermany (1933-2019)
4.Alexander McQueenUK (1969-2010)
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Is interior design a good career? ›

Yes, interior design is a good career choice, especially for those who want to show off their creativity in the most basic of ways. It allows one to put their natural abilities to use while also providing excellent job satisfaction.

What is Joanna Gaines interior design style? ›

Joanna Gaines' style can be described as updated rustic enriched with details and accents of different styles determined by the preferences of home owners. We see her very often combining rustic with industrial or farmhouse with vintage. Of course, modern or even glam accents aren't missing from her designs too.

How much do interior designers make UK per hour? ›

Find out what the average Interior Designer salary is

The average interior designer salary in the United Kingdom is £34,999 per year or £17.95 per hour. Entry level positions start at £29,017 per year while most experienced workers make up to £47,677 per year.

How many hours does an Interior Designer work on a project? ›

Do interior designers work a lot? Here's the short answer to how many hours a week do interior designers work. In 2022, the majority (59%) of interior designers surveyed by Houzz Pro reported working between 31 and 50 hours per week. The most common response was between 41-50 hours per week.

How much does an Interior Designer make an hour? ›

How much does an Interior Designer I make hourly in the United States? The average hourly wage for an Interior Designer I in the United States is $24 as of September 26, 2022, but the range typically falls between $19 and $26.

Do interior designers move furniture? ›

Your decorator may create mood boards, go shopping, transport and install furniture and accessories, choose paint colors and fabrics, create a new furniture layout, or even get in there and move furniture. 1.

Do interior designers get a lot of money? ›

The IIDA reports that the average annual salary for an interior designer rose 6.6 percent from 2016 to 2018, from $73,330 to $78,100. We'll note that's a relatively high average salary. The IIDA agrees and has attributed this number to both a booming economy and significant regional disparities.

What is a home decorator called? ›

Many people use “interior designer” and “interior decorator” interchangeably, but the two professions are very different. Interior design is the science of understanding behaviors to help property owners create a functional room within a building, including the shapes of a room's walls, floors, and more.

What is it called when you decorate a house? ›

A decorator is a person whose job involves decorating rooms — fixing them up, painting, arranging furniture, and so on. Your uncle might hire a decorator to help him furnish his brand new, fancy vacation home. You can also call a decorator a designer or an interior designer.

Which country is best known for design? ›

China takes the first place among 106 represented countries in the 2019-2020 World Design Rankings, with 67 Platinum Design Awards won globally. The WDR have announced their updated World Design Rankings for 2019-2020, with China being ranked in first place.

How much do interior designers make around the world? ›

How Much Do International Interior Designer Jobs Pay per Month?
Annual SalaryMonthly Pay
Top Earners$91,500$7,625
75th Percentile$70,500$5,875
Average$59,483$4,956
25th Percentile$41,500$3,458

What is the salary of an interior designer in abroad? ›

After having gained two to three years of work experience, they can earn around US$ 30,000 to US$ 40,000. On gaining five to eight years of experience, they can get about US$ 35,000 to US$ 55,000 annually. Senior designers with nearly ten years of experience will easily get between US$ 55,000 to US$ 70,000.

Can you call yourself an interior designer without a degree? ›

One who refers to themselves as an “Interior Designer” can be either formally trained and chose not to take the step to become licensed OR they have no formal training.

What does CID stand for in interior design? ›

The term “Certified Interior Decorator” and the appellation “C.I.D.” are registered trademarks filed in 1997 in the U.S. Patent and Trademark office in Washington, DC. The use of C.I.D. is exclusively for current professional members of Certified Interior Decorators International (C.I.D.).

What are the duties of an interior decorator? ›

Interior Designers, or Interior Decorators, work with clients to help achieve a functional and aesthetically-pleasing interior space. Their duties include sourcing furniture and materials, conducting presentations, and sketching concepts using design software.

Is studying interior design hard? ›

While many interior design concepts are difficult, by being enrolled in an accredited interior design degree program you can get help from your peers and professors as you work your way through the different areas of instruction that you will need to become a successful interior designer.

Do you need math for interior design? ›

Interior designers are frequently required to be mathematically proficient. They must understand basic geometry and how to calculate measurements in order to create accurate floor plans.

What every interior designer should know? ›

Interior designers need to know about the history of design, the structural integrity of buildings, local codes, regulations, and standards, anthropometry, ergonomics, spatial concepts, psychology, computer-aided drawing (CAD), ethics etc.

Who are the hottest designers today? ›

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  • Nike.
  • Prada.
  • Balenciaga.
  • Fendi.
  • Versace.
  • Saint Laurent.
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Who is the number one fashion designer in 2022? ›

The most popular designer brand in2021-2022 is the French label Louis Vuitton, followed by the Italian designer brand Gucci, and the French fashion house, Saint Laurent.

What is NCIDQ stands for? ›

What does NCIDQ stand for? The NCIDQ stands for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification, and is a three part exam developed and administered by the CIDQ: Council of Interior Design Qualification, which was founded in 1974.

What is ASID certification? ›

ASID is the prestigious organization for practicing interior designers, students of interior design, and interior design educators.

What is NCIDQ certification? ›

NCIDQ Certification is the industry's recognized indicator of proficiency in interior design principles and a designer's commitment to the profession.

What do interior designers struggle with? ›

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  • Selling Your Big Ideas. ...
  • Handling the Books. ...
  • Maintaining Client Expectations. ...
  • Working Within Fast Turnarounds. ...
  • Introducing Trends and Timeless Style. ...
  • Managing Costs. ...
  • Handling Self-Promotion.
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Is interior design a stressful job? ›

Being an interior designer can be STRESSFUL. There are a thousand and one moving parts that need to be handled at once. Take a deep breath.

How long do you have to study to become an interior designer? ›

Training to become an interior designer takes two to four years and is available at professional design schools or colleges and universities.

What house do Chip and Joanna live in? ›

Chip and Joanna Gaines house is in Crawford, Texas, on the outskirts of Waco. The, you guessed it, fixer-upper farmhouse estate is situated on 40 stunning acres and started out as a ramshackle disaster.

Did Chip and Joanna sell their farmhouse? ›

We love this place. It's home, which means more to us than anything! Remember if it didn't come directly from us it's probably NOT true twitter.com/msn/status/923… A representative for the couple told TODAY, "Any report that Chip and Joanna have sold their farmhouse is completely untrue.

What is the modern farmhouse look? ›

Modern farmhouse style is similar to country style but uses white or light neutral colors with a cleaner, more contemporary look, while country style includes bright and pastel colors, and floral or gingham patterns. Both styles use reclaimed wood, pottery, metals, and baskets in their decor.

Is interior design in demand in UK? ›

Since there is a steady expansion in the development of apartments, workspaces, and institutions, an MSc in Interior Design in the United Kingdom is always in demand. Interior design is expected to expand at a rate of around 29% in the UK during the next ten years.

How do I become an interior designer UK? ›

You could take a foundation degree, higher national diploma or degree in a relevant subject like:
  1. interior design.
  2. art and design.
  3. interior architecture.
  4. spatial design.

What are the qualifications of an interior designer? ›

You can pursue an undergraduate B.Sc. Interior Designing degree followed by an M.Sc. Design Space degree at the postgraduate level to gain the right knowledge, training, and skills needed for the job. Some colleges even offer Diploma courses in interior design so you can consider those as well.

What is an interior designer job description? ›

The Interior Designer will create functional, safe, and aesthetically pleasing spaces by assessing space requirements, determining optimal furniture placement, and selecting decorative items, all while adhering to relevant blueprint, building code, and inspection requirements.

How much do interior designers make UK per hour? ›

Find out what the average Interior Designer salary is

The average interior designer salary in the United Kingdom is £34,999 per year or £17.95 per hour. Entry level positions start at £29,017 per year while most experienced workers make up to £47,677 per year.

How much does an interior designer make an hour? ›

How much does an Interior Designer I make hourly in the United States? The average hourly wage for an Interior Designer I in the United States is $24 as of September 26, 2022, but the range typically falls between $19 and $26.

What is the monthly income of an interior designer? ›

The average salary for a interior designer is ₹21,923 per month in India.

Can I become an interior designer without a degree? ›

Industry employers prefer qualifications in relevant subjects, such as architecture, fine art, furniture design, interior/spatial design, interior architecture, textile design and 3D design. Entry into the profession without an interior design degree is possible, but you'll need significant work experience to impress.

Is interior design a hard degree? ›

Yes, studying interior design is hard. It takes a lot of time and dedication to study interior design properly. It's no surprise that there are so many job openings for people with such qualifications in the field.

Is interior design a stressful job? ›

Being an interior designer can be STRESSFUL. There are a thousand and one moving parts that need to be handled at once. Take a deep breath.

What is the difference between an interior designer and an interior decorator? ›

Interior design is the art and science of understanding people's behavior to create functional spaces within a building, while interior decorating is the furnishing or adorning of a space with decorative elements to achieve a certain aesthetic. In short, interior designers may decorate, but decorators do not design.

How long is interior design course? ›

The course is a 12 months course. On successfully completing this course, the students can position themselves as a Visualizer, Interior Designer, 3D Modeler, Set Designer, Interior Decorator, or Furniture Designer.

How many hours do interior designers work a day? ›

Generally an interior designer works from around 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., but I usually work from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. I like staying an extra hour or two after everyone has left the office.

How many hours a week do interior designers work? ›

Interior designers typically work Monday through Friday, though some weekend and evening work is sometimes required. At larger interior design firms or in a retail role, designers typically work anywhere from 40-50 hours per week, though many work closer to 40 hours each week more consistently.

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