Generally, interior designers plan and design appealing and useful interior designs mostly for homes, ships, hotels, office buildings, hospitals, and other commercial constructions.
Often, interior designers work directly with customers and need to consider their wants, likes and dislikes, and budget. They need to keep everything such as form, scale, color, and arrangement well in advance. At the same time, they need to be concerned with economy, utility, construction, and customer satisfaction.
As a rule, Interior designers need to be more familiar with the nature of textiles, woods, and decorating goods such as wallpaper and paint. Some interior designers are expert in color coordination, fabric design, or lighting, while others teach universities and art schools.
The work environment of interior designer is often pleasant. However, they need to spend much time outside the headquarters, meeting clients and contractors. Interior designers need to cope with all managerial details and multitudes of paperwork such as estimates, specs, and purchase orders. They need to address the clients tactfully and monitor craft workers. Often, they have to work under the stress of deadlines and finances limitations.