An immersive and practical course for burgeoning interior and property stylists or those wanting to advance with personal projects at home.
A superb introduction to the world of interior styling, this course is designed to provide an overview of the tools, information and processes employed by professional interior stylists. Students will engage in practical exercises to develop an understanding of the elements and principles of design, and how these can be applied to achieve the desired effect within a styled space. Further, students will explore their own personal style by creating a styling scheme for a client brief. By the time you complete the course, you’ll be able to source, assess and recommend products for interior styling projects with ease. Held every Thursday on campus with access to an extensive resource library and Coco Republic showroom.
- What is a Stylist
- Analysing a space for styling
- Cultural and Historical Themes
- Styling trends
- Colour schemes and harmonies
- Lighting displays
- Source and specify furniture
- Furniture layout
- Elements and principles of design
- Basic sketching and rendering techniques
- Developing and planning an installation schedule
- Creating and photographing a styled vignette
- Presenting to a client
- Major Project: Styling a property for sale
This course gains the following TAFE credits:
MSFID3001 - Source and specify decoration products
MSFID5010 - Provide interior styling services
MSFID4004 - Research and recommend furniture and accessories
Suitable for those wanting to advance in a career in interior and property styling or personal projects.
Our educators are industry leaders, practicing interior stylists and experts in the field.
“I enjoyed everything about the course. I feel more confident now that I have completed the course to pursue my passion when job opportunities arise”.
Styling Essentials 101