We’re on Livingetc’s list!
We are thrilled that Livingetc has chosen My Professional Interior Design Course as one of the 6 best interior design courses you can do from home.
Livingetc is one of the most inspirational interiors magazines in the UK today.
You can read what they say about our course here.
What to think about when choosing an online course?
As our Course Director, Anne Wall explains in the feature, when choosing an online interior design course, it’s important to consider why you’re doing the course in the first place.
“Make sure the final outcome of your chosen course is the best fit for your design dreams” advises Anne.
Thinking of changing career and getting a professional qualification? Then My Professional Interior Design Course will be the perfect course for you to take that first step.
Want to train to be an independent colour consultant? We have the course for you! Take a look at My Colour Consultancy Course and in just 6 months, you could be a Certified Colour Consultant advising clients on their colour schemes.
Need ideas, practical tasks and inspiration to transform your own home? Then our 3 month online course Restyle My Home course is a great way to enjoy an online course from home and take your design ideas to the next level.
Take a look at our online courses here … we have a course for you!
Livingetc is for anyone who wants ideas for decorating their own home, who doesn’t have time to sift through every cushion or curtain to make an edit for them.
They know how important having a nice home life, and being in a space you love can improve your mental health no end. So they bring you ideas big and small, for improvements that can make a big difference, all of which will hopefully have you thinking about your home in a different way.
They cover style updates, tours of beautiful houses and news on the latest launches, as well as inspiration for chic getaways, hosting ideas and product reviews.
They place a particular emphasis on both design classics and quick new season buys, affordable updates that they think might become the classics of the future.