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Interior Designers and Decorators

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Working conditions for interior designers and decorators vary, depending on where they are employed. While professionals usually have an office or a studio, they may spend the day at a department store, architecture firm, or construction site working with the decorating materials sold by the firm and the clients who have purchased them. In addition, designers often go onsite to consult with and supervise the projects being completed by various craftworkers.

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