Materials and Finishes in Interior Design
Materials and Finishes in Interior Design: All you need to know about the materials and finishes used in interior spaces for ceiling, walls and floors.
Course Provider: Person
Course Provider Name: Joelle Maatouk
Course Provider URL: http://bit.ly/JoelleMaatouk
Materials and Finishes in Interior Design: All you need to know about the materials and finishes used in interior spaces for ceiling, walls, and floors.
What you’ll learn for Materials and Finishes in Interior Design
All about wood: Type of wood paneling, Choice of wood, Surface wood finish, and types of hardwood flooring.
All about stones and tiles: Types of stone cladding, Types of textures and finishes, Installation types, Natural stone vs veneer stone Different types of natural stones and their characteristics, Different types of tiles and their uses.
All about paint: Types of paint and their best uses, Paint sheen options, Other types of paints, Special paints for special jobs, Faux finishes, and types of epoxy floors.
All about PVC: Definition of PVC Types of PVC Wall Panels for Interiors, advantages vs inconveniences, Types of PVC Floor Panels for Interiors
All about drywall and plaster: Definitions, Gypsum boards in interior design, advantages vs inconveniences, basic types of gypsum boards in interior design, basic steps for drywall installation, drywall finishes
All about wallpapers: Types of wallpapers Application of wallpapers, Characteristics of wallpapers, Materials of wallpapers
All about green walls: Types of green walls definition of living walls, green wall systems, Green walls irrigation system Plants used in green walls, DIY green wall examples
Requirements for Materials and Finishes in Interior Design
no pre-requisites needed.
Description About Materials and Finishes in Interior Design
The interior design world is always upgrading and improving all the aspects that contribute to a better design and therefore a better lifestyle.
The options of materials and finishes are growing day by day, we never had more access to a variety of raw materials and technologically sophisticated surfaces and styles like we do in the present. The market is full of choices and possibilities that can get you overwhelmed and maybe a little bit off-track.
The smart and ideal decision taken when deciding on a specific finish is all based on the context, meaning that every case or project in interior design requires a specific finish treatment. For that reason, I intended to clarify and elaborate in this course 7 main materials and finishes in interior design.
The general content of this course include:
- Definition of the material,
- Types and subcategories of the material,
- Finishes available for this material,
- Tables of comparisons,
- Pros and cons,
- The specific usage of each material,
- Over view on the installation process
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Who this course is for:
- in general, any individual seeking extra knowledge in the materials and finishes required in interior décor, specifically: Interior designers, Architects, Decorators, and craftsmen.
Instructor: Joelle Maatouk
Throughout my courses, I strive to help graduates and enthusiasts in interior design to managing successfully their projects and business, and that is through the main expertise of the practical world.
With more than 8 years of experience in the interior design field, I managed to set the priorities to what makes me successful in this big artistic world. But that wasn’t easy; as I graduated with a beautiful bag of theoretical knowledge, I had a hard time coping with the customer considerations, the execution phase, and the huge market.
For that reason, I indented to create beneficial courses that will help all those considering the interior design field and explain hands-on, and with clear straightforward content the requirements that will make it easier for you to start building your career.
I, therefore, hope that you join me in different courses in order to master the interior design field.