….and I missed it! Thank goodness, Bravo, runs their shows more than once. I caught it the next night and was not impressed. Nutshell version- deadline problem with the Osbournes, divorce mid-project, birthday celebration with guacamole made withdirty hands and questionable comments made to the client. The show and the decorators View More
deadline problem with the Osbournes, divorce mid-
project, birthday celebration with guacamole made with
dirty hands and questionable comments made to the client.
In case you don’t know there is a difference……
As of 2009, 25 states and the District of Columbia had educational requirements in place for interior designers. Most of those state requirements are based on the standards of the National Council for Interior Design Qualification, or NCIDQ. Under NCIDQ standards, designers must earn a minimum of 120 semester hours of course work, with no fewer than 60 of those hours focused on interior design work. Most colleges and universities that offer programs in interior design are designed to satisfy the NCIDQ requirements [source: NCIDQ].
On a positive note. The work that was shown on the show was wonderful.