1. nelq06 nelq06

    Does anyone know if the background is wallpaper?

  2. S000 L111 S000 L111

    If you don't try you will never know, you dont like it. Successful people tried many things. Failing in a lot and then succeed in One, Sarah! Anyway, you are Pretty !!!

  3. Arianne fbdolliesx Arianne fbdolliesx

    Finally!! Someone has made a video explaining the difference 😁 thankyou this will help so many people 👌

  4. Teresa M. Morgan Teresa M. Morgan

    I am an "interior designer" Dallas, Texas. The states have the same difficulty in understanding the differences. You have done a wonderful job in explaining. Thank you! The average person still doesn't get it. But that's okay. We just keep on explaining and working. And you are right, some are overwhelmed with the technical aspect of design, but do a wonderful job with their clients. For you, I think at some point when you daughter is older, being a decorator will bore you and you will want more control of your projects. I was a stay at home mom of two boys, and a student of interior design at the same time. Totally understand where you are!


  5. Tumi Mafisa Tumi Mafisa

    Thank you for sharing your story, I can completely relate I started my journey the exact same way. I was a working and started a distance learning course and found I suddenly had no time and was not prepared for all the practical work involved. That was last year but now I'm studying decorating full time but it's not simple as it seems. I love how relatable you are, keep it up.

  6. YourFriend Gen YourFriend Gen

    It isn't clear in the United States either. Not at all.

  7. hello nbrn hello nbrn

    Finally someone speak up about this. Yes interior design is different from interior decorating/styling. I'm more think of interior design as brother/sister of architechture. They're on more technical side. Interior decorating is more on creative/fun side I think.

  8. Georgina Abboud Georgina Abboud

    Great video Sarah! I am an interior designer living in the US, and I do agree with the confusion of having people think that I am a decorator! I wanted to do interior design because I do have a passion for it, and I love the architectural part of it. A lot of schools and firms started calling it Interior Architecture, as it makes more sense for us because we don't really do the "decor" part that much. I still do pick colors and furniture pieces, but this isn't the focus of an interior designer. Keep up the good work!

  9. Fancys Dream Closet Fancys Dream Closet

    Thank you for the information!

  10. Rhaine Waters Rhaine Waters

    So what do you call yourself decorator or stylist? Since you didn't finish school is it difficult to explain to clients…What does your contract look like? I don't feel I need schooling to help someone style or decorate. I'm 40 with a 1 year old and dont have time to attend formal training. I love this vlog.

  11. nikitusilu nikitusilu

    Hello Sarah,
    I really want to study Interior Decorator, but everytime I search at Google. I can't find anything about it, only Interior Design everywhere. Do you know any schools that has decorator course? Like a undergraduate course. It would be really helpful! Thanks anyway 🙂

  12. MARLOU Brand MARLOU Brand

    🙌🏾 tell them! I study BA Interior Design but people think its just decorating houses


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