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Questions being asked in the interview :
1.How can you design small spaces?
Ans.In a long living room, breakdown the space by making three separate seating areas with pieces of furniture that are small in scale.
-Use light color paint on the wall to make the space look bigger
-In a small bedroom, keep a bed that covers half of the space which makes the room space bigger
2.When designing a room what is the most important factor for you?
Ans.Once the design or thought is clear in your mind about the design is to follow a theme and the design entire room accordingly which includes color, furniture and piece of art.
3.How to fit bookshelves in a small space?
Ans.If you are having small space and accommodating bookshelves is a problem. Then it is advisable to get a wall mounted bookshelves, and it will occupy less floor space compared to free-standing bookshelves.
4.What wood will you prefer for designing?
Ans.The wood that will be a good choice for formal designing is oak, cherry, and mahogany, while, for casual designing maple, bamboo and pine are casual choices.
5.What is a good way of using lights in your room?
Ans.A good way of using lights in the room is to use 80% of lights overhead, and 20% of light should be a free stand or wall mounted like table lamp, art lamp, library lamps, scones, etc. It will draw attention of your interior and paintings.
6.Explain what is professional liability insurance for interior designers cover?
Ans.Professional liability insurance for interior designers covers losses, expenses, and damages resulting from lawsuits up to the limit of your policy. It protects clients from claims of wrongful acts committed by you or your employee while performing professional duties or losses that happens to others due to alteration of design.
(Written on: 21.10.2015)