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The art or process of designing the interior decoration of a room or building.
- ‘Mrs. Skippy, who likes to study interior design, chuckled at the title of the album.’
- ‘Plants have become an integral part of the exterior and interior design of many buildings.’
- ‘In November 2002, the bar was shortlisted for the best pub interior design, proving a big hit with its roof terrace.’
- ‘This contains scenes of tasteful interior design and restful soft furnishings, intended for a family audience.’
- ‘His namesake suite is an example of the subtlety of the building's interior design.’
- ‘The show is sure to inspire the future of interior design, furniture and building materials.’
- ‘It seems to me that they did not grasp the essence of interior design.’
- ‘If you do not wish to study interior design in depth the school is offering an introductory practical course.’
- ‘Later again, she studied for and received a diploma in interior design.’
- ‘He was resistant at first, but soon became a careful dresser and appreciative of his wife's flair for interior design.’
- ‘British designers will also give lectures to local students majoring in interior design.’
- ‘The interior design would not be to everyone's taste, particularly the shocking pink and black kitchen.’
- ‘The interior design boosts a mix of period-wood paneling and stone flagged floors.’
- ‘Adults will be able to try their hand at computing, art, interior design, guitar, massage, nail art and much more.’
- ‘Some of the courses on offer include digital photography, art, interior design and stained glass.’
- ‘As interior design was really taking off in the 1960s, women were fighting to get out of their homes and enter public life.’
- ‘The interior design is in the hands of a company based in Scotland.’
- ‘She is an artistic designer, a description which spans from interior design to school murals.’
- ‘The latest trend in interior design seems to suggest that there is nothing like a dash of antiquity to lend beauty and elegance to a room.’
- ‘What's so unconventional about mediocre food, chic interior design and waiters dressed in black?’
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