Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Decorating without a license (!!)




Joni from Cote de Texas did a fabulous write up on beach houses...and my eyes wouldn't let go of this beauty from Juan Montoya (sadly, he is being charged with "decorating without a license" in the State of Florida. Get a LIFE, Florida...really! full story here http://cotedetexas.blogspot.com/2008/06/asid-agency-out-of-control.html)

3 comments:

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Anonymous said...

TO ALL OF YOU DECORATORS:
Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s”
RESPECT THE LAW. DON'T TRY TO BE A PRIEST WHEN YOU ARE JUST AN ALTAR BOY/GIRL. GO TO BACK TO SCHOOL AND BECOME A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL. PAY YOUR DUES!

ED/FLORIDA

October 5, 2008 3:25 PM
Anonymous said...
Interior Decorating vs. Interior Design:
Although many people use the terms interior decorating and interior design interchangeably, there is actually a difference between the two. Both interior decorators and designers create beautiful and functional spaces; however, interior designers are licensed professionals who coordinate projects that may involve architecture and construction. Interior decorators make aesthetic improvements, but they don’t make structural changes to interior spaces. Consequently, interior decorators don’t need to be knowledgeable about building and safety codes.

Because interior decorating is less technical than interior design, there are no formal education or licensing requirements for interior decorators to fulfill. However, taking interior design classes can help you develop your skills and give you an edge over the competition as you start your interior decorating career, yet you shall not call yourself an interior designer unless you have fulfilled the required education such as a bachellors degree; Like any other profession.

Dudekorator said...

Linda
You are a decorator. Accept that fact and we can all get on with our lives. You can decorate until you are blue...or should I say lime green, in the face as long as you do not call you or your effort interior design.
It is very simple.

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