Interior Design
Prerequisite: None
Credit: .5
Grade Level: 10-12

This course is an introduction to interior design. We will discuss the importance of design in the home and workplace. Other topics include: housing styles from 1700's to present, drawing and analyzing floor plans, bathroom and kitchen designs, color wheel, the meaning of color and color schemes, elements and principles of design, past and present furniture styles, floor and wall coverings and window treatments. To demonstrate what has been learned, each student will create a design board for a living room. The board will include the floor plan, pictures of selected furniture, wall, window and floor treatments and coordinating fabric samples. Each student will make a formal presentation to the class. Students will become familiar with the personal and technical skills required for a successful career in interior design.