How To Become A (Self-Taught) Interior Designer / Decorator / Creative Professional

Mr. Kate
Mr. Kate

I really hope this inspires and informs you aspiring professional Creative Weirdos out there! Let me know if you have any more questions! Remember that your unique, creative voice is worth sharing always 💋👔🔮💡🦄 Love, Mr. Kate

Year ago
Rosalind Valentin
Rosalind Valentin

Mr. Kate thank you 😊 you're so awesome ❤️

23 days ago
angela jane west
angela jane west

Mr. Kate I love you 💖💖💖💖💖

24 days ago
Leslie Grimes
Leslie Grimes

Mr. Kate I love your design just want to see more color

29 days ago
Bruh No
Bruh No

Mr. Kate ill be going to college soon but going to be a civil engineering but also want to master architecture designing on my own. Thank you for the inspiration 😘😘

2 months ago
Dima Awadallah
Dima Awadallah

Hello lam a 11 years old girl and you opened me a door that gave me a lot of hope and INSPIRED me a lot and l want to be come a internal designer too. Thank you so much and be you.

3 months ago
darshan wagh
darshan wagh

Hi i am interior designer Support my blog http://darshanwagh110.blogspot.com/2018/08/best-interior-design-ideas.html

15 hours ago
Erika Gaus
Erika Gaus

Why the “Mr.” ?? (I’m new here)

Day ago
AliciaLand
AliciaLand

"The name was inspired by the fact that I used a lot of traditionally masculine things in my jewelry, like nuts, bolts, and screws. I've always been fascinated by society's gender norms and I liked the idea of taking things that were innately masculine and turning them into feminine pieces of jewelry. With my lifestyle blog, also called Mr. Kate, the name transferred seamlessly since I like to challenge the notion of domesticity and prove that you can be a career girl and have a fantastic home, recipe arsenal, and closet!" https://www.marieclaire.com/fashion/tips/a6192/mr-kate-jewelry/

Day ago
Alexia Clark
Alexia Clark

I would totally want you to decorate my room because I’m a huge fan of yours, but I’m only 13 so I don’t have a room I’ll be in very long(I move a lot) 😂😂❤️❤️❤️

5 days ago
LP DIVINE
LP DIVINE

I was kind of hoping Mr Kate would give advice on how to put things together. How to know what works together and what doesn't. How to incorporate different textures and colours etc and pull everything together

5 days ago
vihangi Gimhana
vihangi Gimhana

i have majored in IT and i wanna do interior designing but im particularly interested in interior decorating cux i loooove to decorate ! i wanna know if i could do something combining IT with interior designing cux i wish if i could apply my IT knowledge with it! please give me some idea on that!

6 days ago
Qizhen Liu
Qizhen Liu

Very inspirational!!!

9 days ago
Aurozia
Aurozia

I want to become an interior designer

9 days ago
Karen Morfin
Karen Morfin

Why does she remind me of carrie from carrie diaries lol

11 days ago
Ghost Gene
Ghost Gene

I've been wanting to get your book for so long and I just ordered it this past weekend! I can't wait to read it! You go Kate and Joey!! (And Roxanne and Winston) haha 😊

12 days ago
Shawn Quigley
Shawn Quigley

OMG i needed this video, im 10 and also in love with interior design thanks for making this it s very inspiring

14 days ago
Adis Candra
Adis Candra

Shawn Quigley good for you!

12 days ago
Salman Paagl
Salman Paagl

hello mam I am hand made rugs manufactur and designer rugs and also customised any kind of rugs and more interior products so if any one want carpet or any interior designer want to collaborate with me I am ready ....

16 days ago
Citlali Vazquez
Citlali Vazquez

So are we just gonna skip over the fact she was in Princess Diaries for a split sec 😂

20 days ago
Citlali Vazquez
Citlali Vazquez

DJ Jones she was in the 2nd one and it was the scene where the people of Genovia are giving stuff to Mia

6 days ago
DJ Jones
DJ Jones

Citlali Vazquez lol what really?? haha that's awesome. what scene was she in?

9 days ago
simplysadena
simplysadena

#creativeweirdo

21 day ago
Inspired
Inspired

Mr. Kate OMG. How can I DM you? I have a question!!

21 day ago
Mascheria PerdueNabbs Show
Mascheria PerdueNabbs Show

I am so sick of people coming down on people who did not go to school for different things. Just to have paper for what. God give you a gift use it. There are people that do not have a high school or GED but guess what some are making a 100 thousand a year while people that have their high school or GED making 10 dollars a hour. This girl has got the right idea .I bet you she ant broke. I bet you she eating better than some are . Use your gifts that God gave you and watch it grow .

24 days ago
taystiecummings
taystiecummings

jamierubyjane you are 100% accurate. Please keep in mind that some people are not on a certain level mentally...no shade just being realistic! " A wise man once said, you can't argue with _ _ _ _ s" 😉 Enjoy!

9 days ago
Mascheria PerdueNabbs Show
Mascheria PerdueNabbs Show

jamierubyjane can I be real with you? I do not care. She making money and living the life she wants to live so be it. Now have a great weekend blessings

16 days ago
jamierubyjane
jamierubyjane

Mascheria perduenabbs Mascheria perduenabbs you clearly aren’t getting my point. Yes she has a gift & taste for decorating, and no one is invalidating that. But that doesn’t give her or anyone the right to call themselves an “interior designer” because she didn’t take interior design as a course in college. Im gonna give a situation: Let’s say i have a gift for debating and making my point across, does that give me the right to call myself a lawyer? No, right? Because in order to be called a lawyer, i have to go to law school. I am referring to your statement “just to have a paper for what?”. You don’t invalidate education & the years professionals spent in order to be called a degree holder. In this video, she is calling her self an “interior designer” when in fact she should just be called a “decorator”.

16 days ago
Mascheria PerdueNabbs Show
Mascheria PerdueNabbs Show

jamierubyjane there are people who are gifted . Now like I said this woman right here is making more money then most of us is because this is het gift . This is her passion. So I give her honor

16 days ago
jamierubyjane
jamierubyjane

Mascheria perduenabbs imagine being a licensed doctor who went to pre med & med school, spent years studying in order to be fully called a doctor, then you see a video saying “how to be a doctor without going to med school”. How would you feel? Interior design is a tedious degree & you have to take the program & pass the board exams in order to be called an interior designer, you DONT call yourself as an interior designer if you aren’t licensed– you call yourself an interior decorator. No one is stopping her from using her taste in decorating as a living. But she SHOULDNT CALL HERSELF AN INTERIOR DESIGNER.

16 days ago
Yvette Raei
Yvette Raei

Thank you for your professional tips. I’m really interested in designing and you’ve really focused me to go in the right direction. Btw I love your and joeys budget friendly episodes. Thanks again.

Month ago
Brylee Brown
Brylee Brown

what is the flooring app called that you showed? im starting collage soon for interior design! but for the time being im doing side jobs to help get my name out but i am tired of drawing it out by hand!!

Month ago
Nhu Pham
Nhu Pham

Brylee Brown planner5D

16 days ago
Nathan G Fruendt
Nathan G Fruendt

Were the name Mr. Kate come from?

Month ago
Aries swangler
Aries swangler

THANK YOU THANK YOU FOR ENCOURAGING SCHOOL FOR INTERIOR DESIGN! As a young collage graduate in interior design i am tired of “decorators” who think a Designer is just fluffing pillows ! Interior design programs will teach you fundamentals of art, history and space planning. Also love your “know your worth”’!! So many young designers are working for free! This shouldn’t go on for long. If you have talent you should find a place who will appreciate it !

Month ago
•Mariel Forever•
•Mariel Forever•

I’m 15 years old and I’ve always loved designing homes and decorating, I found a website where you can design your own home now I’m finished decorating it😂 . I didn’t realize that I actually wanted to be an interior designer until a teacher asked me what do I like and she told me about interior designing, at the time i was 14 and I didn’t know what Interior designing was at all, I didn’t know it was an actual thing but now I’m really looking forward to be an interior designer😂😁

Month ago
Mary Tello
Mary Tello

•Mariel Forever• thank u!!!

29 days ago
Mary Tello
Mary Tello

Nour 75 thanks a lot!!!

29 days ago
Nour 75
Nour 75

goodluck!

29 days ago
•Mariel Forever•
•Mariel Forever•

Mary Tello it’s called homestyler.com there’s so much other websites that you can use too if you look up like design your own home or something like that

Month ago
Mary Tello
Mary Tello

•Mariel Forever• hi where can i find that website mind sharing it?

Month ago
I and a
I and a

I always said my dream job was to be a interior designer thinking I would decorate houses, now I actually know the name of what I want to do.😂😆❤❤❤

Month ago
soriefg
soriefg

You are the best and inspiring

Month ago
Mandie Pitre
Mandie Pitre

This was extremely helpful - thank you Mr. Kate :)

Month ago
Slimes With Friends
Slimes With Friends

Thank you❤

Month ago
Slimes With Friends
Slimes With Friends

After I watched you for the first time I knew I wanted to be an interior designer

Month ago
Styles Stewart
Styles Stewart

Her mannerisms are annoying. Why is your name Mr Kate when you're a woman?

Month ago
Donnie Alexandria
Donnie Alexandria

Styles Stewart I was thinking the same thing scrolling through the comments waiting for someone to bring it up no hate

8 days ago
Marissa Carpenter
Marissa Carpenter

Ew go away

18 days ago
Chiara
Chiara

Also, her boyfriend helps in all those projects. So the Mr. is because of Joey and Kate is her.

19 days ago
Lauren Scholz
Lauren Scholz

🤔

22 days ago
Dami
Dami

🙄

27 days ago
Aliah Gonzalez
Aliah Gonzalez

Kate you literally a grown up me! I love your channel and I love how weird you and Joey are!❤️

Month ago
Leila Ghauri
Leila Ghauri

Kate you are such an inspiration!! Love your eye for design!

Month ago
taystiecummings
taystiecummings

Legally she can only call herself an Interior Decorator. Legally you need a license and degree in Interior Designing to call yourself an Interior Designer. However, that doesn't mean you cant be self taught about things , have a natural talent and become a professional. In her case that's what happend. As far as coding etc...that's why you can work with a professional team who are licensed to follow through with your plan and check coding etc to execute plans!

Month ago
Shailee Christensen
Shailee Christensen

Amen! That's the biggest difference and it's important not to confuse the 2 so clients know what you're really able to do for them. Both are talented, but only 1 can actually communicate accurate plans to subcontractors that are understood to adhere to construction code.

9 days ago
Nerida Baker
Nerida Baker

How do you fill a big room? and style it? I LOVE YOUR VIDS

Month ago
Remarie Tomarong
Remarie Tomarong

Mr. Kate knows how to find way to make a living. So, if you believe you have talent, you believe that you are an interior designer, then do what she is doing and stop talking negative things. Make her an inspiration instead to do your thing. I'm a Filipina and always watching her videos to inspire me do things on my own since I'm in the Philippines. I can't hire them. Lol #staypositive#stayweird#becreative

Month ago
C R
C R

A Decorator is Not a Interior Designer.

Month ago
Ashlyn Gallagher
Ashlyn Gallagher

She knows. She said that.

Month ago
Rebecca McCoy Smith
Rebecca McCoy Smith

Would you mind if I ask how old you are? Or how long after college it took you to find this path? I am going to be 25 in a few months and feel like it's too late for me to begin this as a possible career path. (Especially with the whole I-need-to-eat-and-pay-bills thing...) I was super interested as a little girl, then got interested in other things, and here I am again. Any insight on that would be much appreciated!

Month ago
Chrystal
Chrystal

I'm 35 and regret not finishing my interior design degree, you gotta go for what you want.

23 days ago
Honor Gibson
Honor Gibson

I'm the exact same! Now I have to decide whether it will be worth it to redo my bachelor's in interior design! I just got accepted into a program and the decision is killlling me

25 days ago
Djawn Sjhilson
Djawn Sjhilson

Rebecca McCoy Smith It's never too late to invest in yourself!

Month ago
Keexkitty
Keexkitty

I feel like I can do that too like I’m only 11 and I would always think about having my own room and like saying where stuff would go and also just like talking to myself how I would love my house to could of been decorated how I think does not look too much or too little it i think it just comes to my like idc if you tell me I can’t or your just 11 but to be honest the age doesn’t matter it just how I think

Month ago
Jim English
Jim English

Yes, what she does, an 11-year-old can do. Go for it!

Month ago
Jason Dohse
Jason Dohse

You are my hero

Month ago
Fatoumata Soumare
Fatoumata Soumare

Hi. I don't know if you will ever see this comment but right now I am 10 years old and when I was younger people always asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up and I really did not know but a while ago I figured it out. I took a career test like the one they give you in highschool and it was worth it because it said I was likely to get a job that is a like artistic/creative then a couple of months ago I realized I love to decorate and like remodel things then when I looked it up I found out it was called interior design and you said that the number one thing to do is go to school so I looked up colleges for interior design and wow they are so many to choose from all over the U.S. but the best part is that they are online so I can really choose which one I think will really give me the education I want without having to move across the country. I hope people actually take the time to read this. Thank you

Month ago
Jo Chrobak Interiors & Architecture
Jo Chrobak Interiors & Architecture

yes we did! good for you!

Month ago
sreevalsan s
sreevalsan s

waste of time

Month ago
Lisanne Slegt
Lisanne Slegt

Studying to be a interior designer. Oeehhh... love school. Thanks for the tips!

Month ago
Reycisco
Reycisco

Wft !!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣

2 months ago
Dove Rose
Dove Rose

Since i was little I have wanted to be a interior designer and in school people say what is a interior designer and after I say a person who redows rooms for people they say that sounds fun and then want to be a interior designer

2 months ago
Fiona Walker
Fiona Walker

is that Chris pratt at 4:52?

2 months ago
dachicbean
dachicbean

It was

Month ago
Aly Kat
Aly Kat

Fiona Walker Right? It totally looks like a young Pratt there.

Month ago
Bethany Biesecker
Bethany Biesecker

I think you should title this video: "How To Become A Self-Taught Interior Decorator" because a lot of us schooled + trained designers are insulted by people using the term 'designer' so loosely when describing themselves to others that way, as if alluding to their non-existing credentials. To be honest, some designers are offended by other designers who attended/graduated from an unaccredited school. It can be a big deal. Also, calling yourself a designer can be deemed deceptive to your clients, if they are under the impression that you are technically educated and professionally qualified. For people who really want to get into the profession, I would say: attend a FIDER/CIDA accredited school, major in Interior Design or Interior Architecture, get an internship (whether paid or unpaid), get involved with the student chapter interior design clubs, I.e., ASID/IIDA and work your ass off! With that, congrats on your subscribers and decorating success!

2 months ago
Wiktoria supergirlnic
Wiktoria supergirlnic

Absolutly agree with u BETHANY . I just completed 3 YEARS of college in Interior Design and yet its still not enough. NO ONE can legally hire me YET . I still have to do a year of college as on add on to have 4 YEARS and even then im going to have to do an unpaid intership ... !!!

Month ago
Bethany Biesecker
Bethany Biesecker

+annavas It's hilarious how you don't get it.

2 months ago
Jocelyn World
Jocelyn World

Is intirior disining a real job/work

2 months ago
Hanna Zenteno
Hanna Zenteno

Jocelyn World Yes it is 🙂 For example when you stay at a hotel an interior designer was paid to decorate and design floor plans and the rooms.

2 months ago
chriss4365
chriss4365

Why do they have degrees for interior designing?

2 months ago
SASSY13169
SASSY13169

You don't need to go to school for interior decorating but you do for interior design/architecture. Huge difference and people get confused by the two.

2 months ago
chriss4365
chriss4365

Jenna Miller college doesn't give you experience I have heard business owners say people out of college don't have practical experience and that's what their looking for. A doctor isnt a good comparison their degree is necessary because of what it involves which is A lot.

2 months ago
Jenna Miller
Jenna Miller

chriss4365 why do they have degrees for being a doctor? it’s a job, you need experience, schooling, qualification

2 months ago
Taylor Peterson
Taylor Peterson

Will you please make a Design hisory video?

2 months ago
Jim English
Jim English

She hasn't a clue about design history. :(

Month ago
Michael Mike
Michael Mike

Too much nonsense talk!

2 months ago
Charmee Zeta Mendoza
Charmee Zeta Mendoza

Wahhhhh thankyousomuch Mr. Kate! To be honest, you inspires me to be an interior designer, I love it when your helping others to make their space pretty and cozy, and I wanna be like that too! Iloveyou and Godbless you for all the good stuffs you did for others and of course for inspiring others too!

2 months ago
Oh yeah
Oh yeah

Talent is talent. I'm so happy I found you. I totally relate to u🌻

2 months ago
Jo Chrobak Interiors & Architecture
Jo Chrobak Interiors & Architecture

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS! The reason I started mentoring interior designers to start their own businesses by using their own experience is because the existing industry is so secretive and makes the job look cryptic when it really isn't! Pretty much EVERYWHERE around the world (except for some states in the USA) you do not need a license to call yourself an interior designer and the title interior designer is not protected such as that of engineer or architect. Yes if you want to work on commercial interiors I would suggest getting a formal degree, however, they will still require YEARS of practical work experience which can be gained by working on domestic interiors (and for yourself rather than very low wages for someone else)! Love your show, good for you!

2 months ago
Misha West
Misha West

You're my inspiration.

2 months ago
Uly Delos Santos
Uly Delos Santos

Luv you Mr. Kate! New subscriber here from Philippines! I am now currently taking Architecture and you really inspires me a lot! Lav ya!

2 months ago
Emma Stanley
Emma Stanley

I get that having a busy lifestyle makes it harder to study and get a degree but I believe it would really up your game and your credibility. You even say it yourself, go to school, I unfortunately agree with some comments where it's a little bit insulting to those who have done that :/ Not only in the interior designer field but any field like makeup those "self-taught makeup artists" often don't actually know how to properly do makeup on others but only on themselves, which is fine but then don't call yourself that :/

2 months ago
Bronte Shannon
Bronte Shannon

Thank you.... was just trying to explain, hope I didn't sound rude 😌

2 months ago
Emma Stanley
Emma Stanley

No need to reply so aggressively, was I being aggressive? I appreciate the comment above for trying to explain it to me respectfully. Good for her for being able to build a business and be successful, honestly. I was only coming from a point of view of it could still be very beneficial and I was feeling bad for some of the people I've seen comment, otherwise I would have never commented that solely based on her video. Unfortunately any hater or jealous person could use that against her, that's where I was coming too about the credibility thing :)

2 months ago
Annette Celia Rosemary
Annette Celia Rosemary

Stop comparing yourself to others, or others to others. Her credibility is in her success. You can still get a degree and be shit at what you do or fail in the business. Give me a break.

2 months ago
Robie Jane Tabudlong
Robie Jane Tabudlong

😍😍 I just feel so inspired right now. Thank you for this. I just have watched so many videos of you and joey. And the latest video is magical 😍 (By the way, you and joey are perfect together) 😌

2 months ago
Zahra Amir
Zahra Amir

You really motivate me to persue Interior design as a career 😘😘 Love your positivity ♥️♥️

2 months ago
Farah Salsabila
Farah Salsabila

are you an aquarius

2 months ago
Abbigail Mackenzie
Abbigail Mackenzie

How do I hire you to do my bedroom? 😂 Like I seriously need help with decorating and Tieing everything together!

3 months ago
Kylie Miller
Kylie Miller

I am 11 and want to be an interior designer or decorator I feel like the ability to decorate and space and make it look good just comes to me I also a drawer love to draw. Think you so much for this.

3 months ago
Hunny Bear
Hunny Bear

What a joke. Thanks for discrediting a once respectable profession that so many people work so hard for. Painting a few walls and buying a new couch doesn’t make you an interior designer. You’re a DECORATOR. DESIGNERS are capable of much more that makes interior design meaningful and are held to immeasurably higher standards. Notice how she only decorates residential spaces? A commercial business would never hire her because she isn’t an interior designer and isn’t capable of doing the true design work. So, to call yourself an interior designer is not only an insult to those who have devoted their time, money, and energy into earning a degree and getting accredited but it’s illegal in most states without the proper certification. Sure you can DIY your way into becoming a cutesy little social media star who moves furniture around once in a while but to call yourself something you’re not is wrong. It pains me to see that young aspiring interior designers look up to people like you who don’t represent or encompass all that the profession is about and takes. It’s important that we help keep interior design a reputable and respected job so that those of us who worked hard learning, practicing, and doing it can remain proud of what we do.

3 months ago
Deidre Fultz
Deidre Fultz

jamierubyjane You too make some valid points as well, and that's funny you mentioned Pennsylvania I used to live there, but they to have put into effect to pass a law where you need to have a license, but I moved away for ten years now. No disrespect if you are going to school, and I hope you are very successful. But I can't do the loans anymore, and I have taken all of that into consideration because I don't just want to fluff pretty pillows for a living. Everything you have mentioned in your reply I am very well aware of, it's just that the state I live doesn't require a degree of any kind. I totally get that being a designer is also about the environment outside and inside. So when I call myself a designer it will be because all of those things in your reply I will have assessed about the project at hand. It is important to build a team whom also have experience with the afore mentioned aspects of design. But trust and believe if I could afford to drop 35k/year for the next four years I would, but I am going to work extremely hard to do it on my own. Since I am fortunate enough to live in a state that doesn't require a license. Good luck to you in the future. Have a great night.😊

11 days ago
jamierubyjane
jamierubyjane

Deidre Fultz i get your point but the definition of “interior designer” is not just a subjective common sense. The official definition of what an interior designer is by law is this: Is someone professionally trained to create a functional and quality interior environment. Qualified through education, experience and examination, a professional designer can identify, research and creatively resolve issues and lead to a healthy, safe and comfortable physical environment.” Interior Decorators are primarily concerned about the aesthetics of a space. Paint colors, wallpaper, fabrics, drapery, etc. are the main focus of decorating. Interior designers are also concerned with these elements, but we also take into consideration the safety, functionality and efficiency of the product we are specifying for a space. For example, we will specify a certain type of flooring that is aesthetically pleasing but will also take into account the acoustic quality of the material or the slip resistance, etc. One of the most critical differences between interior designers and interior decorators is education. Interior Designers have a degree from a 4 year program in Interior Design. Interior design education involves extensive study of building codes, space planning, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), emergency egress, fire safety, acoustics, etc. There are no formal educational requirements to call yourself an interior decorator. Also, in order to be a Certified Interior Designer, a designer must pass the NCIDQ exam (National Council for Interior Design Qualification).This licensing certifies that the designer is a qualified professional who has the background and schooling required to make complex decisions about interior spaces. In several states interior designers are required to have a license. In Pennsylvania, interior designers are not required to have a license. But i believe mr kate isn’t from pennsylvania & is from a state in usa, so legally speaking she shouldn’t call herself an “interior designer”.

11 days ago
Deidre Fultz
Deidre Fultz

jamierubyjane I am currently in the process of changing my career to becoming an INTERIOR DESINGER... And I am not going to take out another student loan to do it. I have common sense. What does that mean? First off, I know how to do my work to find out if I am in a state to see if it's mandated to have a license in my state. Which it's not. Secondly, I have the common sense to have master builders and Carpenters whom are insured and bonded on my payroll. Thirdly I have common sense to go to the appropriate offices to obtain necessary permits if needed for a renovation. I also have the common sense to have an architect on my payroll to double check my floor plans before I begin a renovation. I would have proper software for doing my drawings and floor plans. In other wards it's about being smart, and I already have a degree. I just need common sense, and the appropriate people in place. I get to be called an interior designer legally where in my state I don't need a license. I just need to be smart, do research, and above all have my paper work in order along with tax I.D's and other permits. I am good to go. What most people don't get is that if they don't know how to build an effective team to get the job done then I guess that's where the term decorator comes in, but if you truly know what your doing then you're a designer plain n simple.

11 days ago
jamierubyjane
jamierubyjane

Bronte Shannon hun, sorry to break it to you but there is a law that you shouldn’t call yourself an “interior designer” without being licensed. It is illegal in many states and countries. No one is stopping her & no one is discrediting the fact the she has an incredible taste for decorating because she is indeed a good decorator, but she has NO right to call herself an interior designer without having a license. She is an interior decorator, NOT a designer. Let’s just put it this way: let’s just say hypothetically im good debating and getting my point across & im politically aware, but that does make me a lawyer? Lmao of course not, i did not go to law school so I don’t have the rights to claim that I am a lawyer. That also goes with this profession, interior designers caters more than residential spaces like what she does. It’s disrespectful, not to mention illegal to call herself an interior designer. People are so fast to discredit those who take design school just because “it’s subjective”. Interior design is more than aesthetics and shopping. I hope to educate those who are ignorant towards this issue.

16 days ago
송혜진
송혜진

Love u so much. I almost cried. thanks for your sharing. I'd like to be a home style designer. I'm korean, and I will go to USA in 5 years later. I'd like to meet you :)))))))))))

3 months ago
Dilly Billy
Dilly Billy

I should make a video of how to become a surgeon. Step 1: call yourself a surgeon.

3 months ago
Ashlee Peterson
Ashlee Peterson

Dilly Billy i actually had no clue who she was before this channel lol

2 months ago
Dilly Billy
Dilly Billy

Bronte Shannon degrees, and licenses aren't just for a sense of achievement. They are qualifiers that let other people know that legally you know what you are doing. I understand that it is easier to skip something if you already have the "talent", but there are no shortcuts in life. The reason her name is known is because she was an actress. So her advice to others won't work for the average person. Maybe she can get by on name, and status, and skip education, but all the regular people out there won't be so lucky. Go to school and learn how to become an interior designer. It will be a great investment in yourself.

2 months ago
Oh yeah
Oh yeah

Dilly Billy 😂👏 ey but you know. Careers are different especially art featured ones mostly. So she makes complete sense. Sometimes without the talent it's useless to do those careers flourishing.

2 months ago
Bronte Shannon
Bronte Shannon

I understand where you are coming from, but Kate did not mean anything wring by this. Most people get a degree in Interior Design to broaden their knowledge and build a name. There is no law against calling yourself an Interior Designer if you do not have a certificate or degree, to be an designer in general you need to have creativity and be able to open your mind and picture an area and what you think will fit best for both the client and the space. What Kate has achieved is what most can only dream of, she has put a-lot of effort and hard work in for as to where she is today and that is no less than anyone who has a degree. Wouldn't you if people recognised your talent through putting yourself out there, take he opportunities and be grateful for it? Kate stated that she would have loved to get her degree but simply didn't have the time due to her dedication and commitment to her business. I just see it as why would you go and get the degree if you already have a business and name that is as successful as one that would be established by a person with a degree.... If that makes sense.

2 months ago
Chavezoid
Chavezoid

"How To Become A (Self-Taught) Interior Designer" ...wow... so screw the degree, the exam and the license. Awesome! Next time you should make one on how to become a self-taught surgeon because it'a a pain to go through the MCAT, the MD, the licensing, etc. A self-taught litigation lawyer would be awesome too. Screw pre-law studies, the JD and the bar exam, who needs that? Be self-taught and use fake licenses. If no one finds out, you won't go to jail.

3 months ago
Annette Celia Rosemary
Annette Celia Rosemary

Except both can be self taught and both can be taught in school. Have you seen her tearing down and building up her house series? She does all the planning, renovation and then AT THE END DECORATING together with her husband.

2 months ago
SASSY13169
SASSY13169

Huge difference between an interior decorator and interior designer. One is self taught the other isn't, just like you can't just call yourself an architect.

2 months ago
Annette Celia Rosemary
Annette Celia Rosemary

Bitter.

2 months ago
Ipsita pattanaik
Ipsita pattanaik

Love you a lot dear, you’re doing great 👍🏻

3 months ago
Rachel Waldron
Rachel Waldron

Thank you for differentiating between the two. Kate, you really should consider using the term Interior decorator, not designer- because as you pointed out, formal training (in interior design) and a test (which requires design education, training and a complete understanding of building code) is a part of earning that title. It is irresponsible to use this title without those qualifications and as a public figure, it is your duty to set the record straight. https://interiordesignrevolution.blogspot.com/2018/05/dear-new-and-aspiring-interior.html

3 months ago
Deeksha Bharati
Deeksha Bharati

Bronte Shannon have u gone mad.... u r repeating the same comment every where whether it makes sense or not, i like ur comment at the first time... but now its irritating

Month ago
Rachel Waldron
Rachel Waldron

Even more than structure, it's building code, flammability of materials and understanding which materials have a fire rating appropriate for the space (1 hr? 2hr?), slip rating, and so much more!

2 months ago
SASSY13169
SASSY13169

Wrong Bronte. I think you're mistaking interior decorating for designing. You need proper qualifications to become an interior designer, there is so much more to it than choosing paint colour and fluffing pillows...which it isn't, its about the interior of building and it's structure.

2 months ago
Bronte Shannon
Bronte Shannon

I understand where you are coming from, but Kate did not mean anything wring by this. Most people get a degree in Interior Design to broaden their knowledge and build a name. There is no law against calling yourself an Interior Designer if you do not have a certificate or degree, to be an designer in general you need to have creativity and be able to open your mind and picture an area and what you think will fit best for both the client and the space. What Kate has achieved is what most can only dream of, she has put a-lot of effort and hard work in for as to where she is today and that is no less than anyone who has a degree. Wouldn't you if people recognised your talent through putting yourself out there, take he opportunities and be grateful for it? Kate stated that she would have loved to get her degree but simply didn't have the time due to her dedication and commitment to her business. I just see it as why would you go and get the degree if you already have a business and name that is as successful as one that would be established by a person with a degree.... If that makes sense.

2 months ago
Amy Marie
Amy Marie

Holy shit basically everything you did in collage and high school is what I’m really looking forward to! Film and design is what I look forward to in my future and it’s something I’ve always wanted to learn and become more invested in. I’m only a freshman in high school but those are my top goals, so I guess that’s something cool we have in common 😁

3 months ago
Erica Chang
Erica Chang

Ok this person is like a wannabe interior designer. She did not pass the exam. WHAT she does is simply buy furniture, objects to decorate rooms and maybe some DIY objects. That is an interior decorator. PLEASE UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENCE. An interior DESIGNER literally like breaks down walls, remove the floor tiles, take out bathtubs. She does not do anything of this sort. She admitted that she does not do what an interior designer does, yet she still calls herself one. I respect her work, but I would not call her an interior designer.

3 months ago
Deeksha Bharati
Deeksha Bharati

Erica Chang I agree, i hardly see her doing anything, she just plans, and her husband executes.... most of the time, she acts miss sensitivity.... also i have seen other recent videos, where i have seen her helping joey lil bit, but in the earlier videos, she hardly did any heavy work

Month ago
SASSY13169
SASSY13169

If I asked her to draw up elevations, sections and floor plans...do you think she would be able to?

2 months ago
Erica Chang
Erica Chang

If you take one bio class then say," Hey, I'm a doctor." You wouldn't be a doctor b/c you have almost no education in that field. Is that what you're trying to tell me? "I'm a lawyer, but I've never been to law school in my life" or "I'm an engineer ,but the highest level of math that I've taken is Geometry." That makes absolutely zero sense.

3 months ago
Chavezoid
Chavezoid

Sydney Sparkman, tell that to the women that have had horrible plastic surgery done by people that claimed to be plastic surgeons and were really just cosmetologists. The path does matter in technical professions such as Interior Design. You don't need a college degree to be a poet.

3 months ago
Sam S.
Sam S.

Omg! You were in princess diaries 2, lucky

3 months ago
alexandra coger
alexandra coger

Sam S. What was she

2 months ago
Hey it’s Jayna
Hey it’s Jayna

Hey I’m turning 14 and I’m actually thinking about making this a career wdyt

3 months ago
Teja Allen-Tucker
Teja Allen-Tucker

This video is NOT the proper steps do becaome an interior designer, if you follow these you Wil most likely end up being sued if you "call" yourself and interior designer. Please look up other videos that Specifically say interior DESIGNER, she is not licensed therefore she is not an Interior Designer, she is and interior DECORATOR. There is a huge difference.

3 months ago
Alicia Coles
Alicia Coles

Me too. I am gonna take a summer course and I think it will really help.

3 months ago
SIVAJESSE
SIVAJESSE

Good content

3 months ago
Sofia Voss
Sofia Voss

I really want to be an interior designer I have almost designed my whole house and i would love to be one.

3 months ago
Kulsoom Ali
Kulsoom Ali

I'm totally in love with you! This video was sooo helpful. Deep down inside I've always wanted to do something similar to what you're doing! I think your videos have given me the final push to start taking this seriously!

3 months ago
AU - Fujairah Campus
AU - Fujairah Campus

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3 months ago
Rick H
Rick H

You talk a lot and say nothing informative.  An interior designer must have an education and be licensed through the state.  You cannot just "call" yourself an interior designer or you will end up sued.  Someone who decorates is an interior decorator.  If you did not take the exam and you are not licensed through the state, you are not a designer.  Even if I wanted to hire an interior decorator, I would go nuts listening to you.  You seem to want to be a social media persona more than a decorator.

3 months ago
Zenkiea
Zenkiea

OMG.... Such a completely mean thing to say!

2 months ago
Vae Lyon
Vae Lyon

She may not be "officially" an interior designer, but she does some interior design work as well - not just interior decoration, even if that's what her YouTube channel is mostly about. Also, all because she enjoys expressing herself and her journey to inspire others - that doesn't mean she wants to simply be a social media persona. It means she wants to add a facet to something she loves and using it to bring a new way to express herself and share it with others. Also, while she is not an official interior designer - she's more successful than most interior designers so who cares? She has more experience and success than most official interior designers, so her talking about tips isn't lessened just because she doesn't have a license. You don't have to like her by all means, different strokes for different people - but think out of the box a little when it comes to definitions, not everything has to be traditional.

3 months ago
Erica Chang
Erica Chang

THANK YOU SO MUCH! I really didn't enjoy it when she called herself an "interior designer". She legit is not busting down walls or removing tiles ext. She is simply buying furniture and rugs and cute little objects and placing them around the room. That is just decorating.

3 months ago
Bumble Through
Bumble Through

Rick H Not every state requires interior designers to have a degree/license/certificate.

3 months ago
Vlr Srv
Vlr Srv

Wait what? You designed iisuperwomanii's backdrop? 😮😮 awesome lol your video kinda inspired me to pursue interior designing. Thanks for uploading such video! Subbed 😁😁😁

3 months ago
PartyGuy
PartyGuy

I love how people who had to paid for a degree get so triggered, get over yourselves. having a paper doesn't make you better than others. It would be stupid for her to pay thousands of dollar for something she already knows how to do. going to college/university is not worth it anymore in the U.S. unless you're going there to become a Doctor or Lawyer.

3 months ago
SASSY13169
SASSY13169

And with those words, they are the very reason why you need to go to school...

2 months ago
Love Never Fails
Love Never Fails

lol trainig school certifications jobs pay more than ppl who are in debt for going to college for many years. I agree with you she became successful without all the drama. If ppl want to pay her than thats their business. Unless you want to be a doctor, lawyer, teacher, or something major like that yeah go to college. simple careers not worth the stress of being in debt.

3 months ago
Grace Mahoney
Grace Mahoney

This covers a TON of what we have to learn and what we do on a regular basis if anyone is wondering and/or curious about this career! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEQdqZm0gNE

3 months ago
Grace Mahoney
Grace Mahoney

Hi! I am an interior design student and intern and I'm just going to give you a tad bit of insight into my life for this career. Although it may seem to you like she "knows" what she's doing, she does NOT. Interior Design is a very hard career and is SO much more than buying furniture, DIY's, spending people's money, etc. Within this major, we have to hit the ground running from freshman year up to begin learning everything to equip us with the tools to become a licensed professional in our 4 year term. We learn the excruciating art of drafting everything by hand in our first month of school, then move onto drafting 3D models of spaces, measuring floor plans and the creating them ourselves. Then we move onto learning the professional software used in everyday Interior Design life (AutoCAD, Revit, Rhino, Photoshop, Adobe, Sketch Up, etc.), familiarizing ourselves with different fabrics, furniture, and finishes from affordable to high end. We spend literally every waking second in the studio slaving over drawings, paintings, presentations, floor plans, etc. IT IS THE LAW that you are NOT an interior designer unless you pass this examination due to the fact that this profession is architecture, art, engineering, sales, and communication all balled up into one! We have to understand and master electrical plans, how to build a structure, how to remaster a structure, the chemistry of color and how light affects each color, we have to learn how to draw and submit perfect documents to the government for approval as well as cooperate with our fellow architects, engineers, and contractors. This examination covers everything and more that true Interior Designers must slave over and train for over the course of their college years. Simply put, "self taught interior designer" means nothing if you haven't passed this exam. Her unorganized blabber was ill-rehearsed as she attempted to legitimize her interior decorating career and pass it off as interior design and it's alarming when she didn't even know what the exam was called. I respect her INTERIOR DECORATING career, but I lose my respect every time she refers to her self as an interior designer. In reference to the "when do I get paid?" question: at my university (as well as many others), the summer between your junior and senior year is dedicated to a professional internship and most of these internships are PAID and also lead you to your first interior design job. Free work isn't necessary unless you aren't LICENSED. Yes, there are plenty of jobs that don't require a degree, but interior design isn't one of them :)

3 months ago
Luciana Ma
Luciana Ma

If you are looking for the part "How to Become an Interior Designer", skip to 8 minute.

3 months ago
Kimberly Guilds
Kimberly Guilds

thank you : )

3 months ago
The Turtle
The Turtle

I love Nate!!! Thanks for sharing Kate 😊

4 months ago
Khylee Thompson
Khylee Thompson

Please don’t call yourself an Interior Designer when you aren’t licensed. Licensed Interior Designers, like myself, put $10,000s of dollars and hundreds of hours into earning the title Interior Designer. People who haven’t earned the degree and aren’t licensed do not deserve to call themselves interior designer.

4 months ago
Orlando Thomas
Orlando Thomas

Khylee Thompson I feel your pain and I understand your sentiment. But honestly if you have studied interior design you will know how it started and how long ago it started. Originally people did not have degrees in interior design it was a love and a passion to go around changing each others drawing room as if they need to pass time. As time has passed people have seen ways to make profit out of it and has married it to shall I say architecture/ engineer/structural design as we all know a lot of what we know now will no longer be pertinent to our future because we are constantly finding was to keep the institutional money flowing. Anyways well done! to you for making the sacrifice that many others have not made.

3 months ago
Love Never Fails
Love Never Fails

hater because you spent time and money lol

3 months ago
Sydney Sparkman
Sydney Sparkman

On another note what would you call her if it’s not an interior designer/decorator ....that’s literally what she does you half wit!

3 months ago
Mita Mita
Mita Mita

Mr Kate , you rock I am new subscriber and I just love your electric hyperactivity personality you are so so unique and authentic , your videos are so entertaining interesting and informative Please keep making videos about decorating you have a natural ability to decorate so rock on

4 months ago
Oliver Horsfall
Oliver Horsfall

https://teespring.com/mustache-tie-pillow-case#pid=585&cid=102399&sid=front - Best Mustache 'Interior Designer Quality' products

4 months ago
Potato Scouttt
Potato Scouttt

I was debating on becoming an interior design/decorator because in school we're doing a career project and you really pushed me to chose this as a job

4 months ago
Lindsay Campbell
Lindsay Campbell

You need a license to actually be called an interior designer, which I know you touched on in the video. Where I'm from though it's actually illegal to call yourself an "interior designer" without having a license. So be careful if you're offering services and you describe yourself as an interior designer without having those accredations. Technically you're an interior decorator. Your work is lovely!

4 months ago
Sisi Bibi
Sisi Bibi

I just love u girl 🌹

4 months ago
Molly barnes
Molly barnes

This was so helpful x thank u so much xx

4 months ago
AnnexGroup
AnnexGroup

Vapid... You are a DECORATOR.

4 months ago
Zoey Noémie
Zoey Noémie

My biggest question when watching your videos is always "how in the world does she manage to do all that stuff with those long ass nails?" Haha! I love watching your show - love from Denmark!

4 months ago
Deeksha Bharati
Deeksha Bharati

Zoey Noémie she hardly carries anything, all that heavy stuff is done by joey

Month ago
TtJose
TtJose

Decorators are not designers. Legally. Just FYI.

4 months ago
Elie K.
Elie K.

yeah she talked about that...

4 months ago
Carlee Fries
Carlee Fries

TtJose wasn’t that the first thing she said?

4 months ago
Jessica Kotzan
Jessica Kotzan

Insanely inspirational. You rock!

4 months ago
Raven Eos
Raven Eos

💗

4 months ago
KolorPop Designz
KolorPop Designz

Hello Kate! I have a question. For someone who is new in starting the interior design/decorator on people who are not friends/family, what is the best cost range for consultations and for the actual job? I am good w/ decorating and lately I have been asked to come in and help people tackle the job. However, I don’t know what to charge. Please help. I can send you my email if you prefer that.

4 months ago
TtJose
TtJose

If you're not a designer (an academically trained professional in the trade), I would start by seeing what decorators charge in your area and charge a competitive price. You charge per hour that it takes to complete the job you've been commissioned for. So if they hire you to do three public spaces in a home (kitchen, living, dining) your total cost should be for the total hours worked (planning, and doing).

4 months ago
Haoua Senoussi
Haoua Senoussi

Have you guys ever used Houzz for inspiration? I’d love to see you collaborate with them!!

4 months ago
Alris Chan
Alris Chan

Have you ever had customers that aren't happy with the outcome? If yes, what do you do? Refund? What about the materials? Thanks!!! And you are really really awesome and inspiring!

4 months ago
shy ella
shy ella

Alris Chan v

3 months ago
Sarah Katerji
Sarah Katerji

Check her video how to design, she explains how she makes sure she's doing exactly what the client wants and how she gets approval from them each step of the way

4 months ago
NinePictures
NinePictures

Just because you help in renovations does not make you an interior designer, you need to go to schooling and take required design studios for architecture and interior design to be credited and qualify for the exam, it’s offensive to call yourself a professional interior designer when you don’t go through building codes, rendering, and drafting that interior designers go through. If you don’t have the certificate all you are is an interior decorator please get it right so interior designers can get the credit they deserve not some wannabe self taught

4 months ago
Sydney Sparkman
Sydney Sparkman

Are you sick from drinking that hater-aid!!! People hire her she doesn’t need a degree or a test to prove anything you can see her work and it’s awesome!!! Not sorry other people have to pay thousands of dollars for knowledge they didn’t experience through their life experiences like she did.

3 months ago
Khylee Thompson
Khylee Thompson

NinePictures Agreed! Thank you! - Legit ID student

4 months ago
AnnexGroup
AnnexGroup

Exactly

4 months ago
Leslie Pomales
Leslie Pomales

Geez people, take a chill pill. A designer or a decorator, degree or not, literally designs a space. So does fashion designers, interior clothes designers, etc. Some learn by going to school and earning a certificate and others by apprenticeship and experience. Either way, once you start earning enough money and reputation, technically that makes you a professional. Kind of why on a lot of jobs listings, you see that it says “bachelors in such and such or an associate degree plus 2 years of experience or high school diploma plus 4 years of experience” etc.... because a lot of times the experience replaces the formal education on the field. Specifically when talking about art and creativity, that’s an either you have it or you don’t have it kind of thing because you can’t really learn that part in school. She’s very creative and a visionary and there for an awesome interior decorators/designer... and she’s getting paid big time. Just learn anything you can from her and move on. If you have a degree more power to you, keep moving.

4 months ago
GiGiWellness28
GiGiWellness28

Very good video, this actually not only applies to Interior Designer / Decorator, but can also applies to life. It is so true that nowadays companies are more into people with certain certificates/degrees when that individual might not have the talent or experience to perform the required tasks. I would say Certificates/Degrees are good to have but the individual attitude is more important. Cheers ;-D

4 months ago
Marta Smyk
Marta Smyk

interesting inspirations can also be found on the website of Anchal http://www.anchal.pl I highly recommend, I am very satisfied.

4 months ago
Maddi Sadler
Maddi Sadler

What GCSE’s did you do x ??

4 months ago
Cara Davidson
Cara Davidson

I’ve alwags wanted to be an interior designer so badly. Like I feel so passionately about interior decorating/design and for the longest time I told my mom I wanted to be an interior designer, and she was like yeah! I told my best friend and she was like kinda leaning on “ok”. I redecorated my room and I love it, but it never feels perfect. I don’t know how to use my space wisely? Or am I just bad at it. I recently tried to creatively add fake vines in my room. I personally think it looks nice. Everyone I showed it to didn’t like it. They were nice of course but I wanted them to be honest. They were and I was hurt, so I’m taking them down. I told my best friend and she was like “oh you could do what I want to do, have your own clothing line” oh god what a bad thing to say. She literally TOLD me that I was no good at interior design. I am defeated and I don’t know what I want to do know. Of course I don’t want anything more than to become an interior designer, but I feel completely put down, like my dreams were destroyed or whatever. Help, I need inspiration:(

4 months ago
MYCnIKE
MYCnIKE

I've wanted to be an interior designer/decorater for as long as I can remember. I grew up watching HGTV and trading spaces, Extreme make over: home Edition. I always loved drawing and match, but by middle school I gave up on drawing. I was afraid of failure so instead of doing a portfolio to try and get into the interior design program in my college I took a different route. Unfortunately I was in school a year longer and actually struggled with depression, but I still designed my own spaces and I play The Sims ALOT. I posted pics of my room in a FB group i was in and got so much feedback of girls wanting me to design their rooms, but when time came they changed their minds. it made me feel down but I kept trying to find a way. Im happy to say that I will be going to grad school in Sept to get my MASTERS in interior design (they call it interior architecture now or whatever) and even though Im scared as shit and will be in like 40K debt lmao I'm so excited to be following my dreams. THIS IS MY PASSION! Don't give up girl.

4 months ago
Robyn Stephens
Robyn Stephens

Girl! Do you think successful people are born out of the womb like that? NO! They work hard and fail tons of time before they make it. Practice and study and do whatever you can to make your dream work. Take your failures and criticism and use that to get better. Don't let it discourage you. Don't give up on your dream!

4 months ago
TwentyOneChemicalDiscos
TwentyOneChemicalDiscos

Cara Davidson Okay, that chick is not your best friend. GIRL YOU NEED A NEW FRIEND!

4 months ago
Rikki Lea Neslony
Rikki Lea Neslony

First of all, don't give up! If you have a passion you have something, you have something good, so put it to work! I am have my BA in Interior Design and it is not a easy ride I can tell you now, but its worth it. Design isn't something that your just born with, but creativity is. Now, design is a large range of things, such as color theory, design principles, space planning, and so so much more. That is something that is taught and you have to work at. If you want to be a DESIGNER and not a decorator...I highly recommend you go to a CIDA accredited school, that way you can graduate and become certified. If you want to just decorate, then that is not necessarily needed. Keep in mind however that with interior decorating your field is a little narrower than you would have than with design. Designers can work in a larger range of fields, such as architecture to furniture design or what have you. Decorators will have a harder time trying to get their foot in the door with those type of fields, because they don't have the structural education background, like a designer would. Also, PLEASE educate yourself on the differences of design and decoration. It is a HUGE difference! Know which one you really want to do BEFORE you make decisions and costly ones at that. It is really important to educate yourself first before you make any decisions. You can do it! Just be confident and our your own style! If your designing for someone else, then hold back your style and let theirs shine, but other than that put as many vines as you want in your room! That is your place to express yourself and you should! The more you play with your own room, the more you are going to realize your own design style!

4 months ago
Aro and Ed
Aro and Ed

Cara Davidson practice makes almost perfect girl! Keep doing what you love doing and eventually you’ll become better at what you do. No one can become what they want over night, it takes time. And you’ll never know maybe down the line you’ll find out that this isn’t for you and you’ll maybe find something else that you’ll love just as much! I’m in college and it’s taking me a bit of time to even figure out what I want to do and who I want to become... but I know if you follow your dreams down the line of designing or somewhere near there, it adds up to your knowledge and it’ll help you down the line.Head up girl you got this!

4 months ago
Alexis D
Alexis D

Little late to this video but next year (my junior year) I'm taking an interior design class. It's been an interest to me since I was in fifth grade, in some ways It's like a combination of things I love: Art, Organization, photography, and making others happy. And I can get paid for it! I've always loved room makeover videos, etc, and I remember stumbling across your video and binge watched them constantly, and that's been my biggest motivation since then. Thank you for joy only inspiring me but others❤️😊 Edit: I meant Not instead of Joy

5 months ago
By CMR
By CMR

Thank you for this video! You gave me the push I needed. This video really helped me decide to do interior designs, made me realize that I really love it! So here I go!!! 💜

5 months ago

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