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

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Mr. Kate (1 year ago)
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
Melody (1 month ago)
Yes, thank you guys so much for making this video! 😊🤗
ItsKenna Boo (1 month ago)
Mr. Kate HELLO! ❤️❤️ I might be moving away to Chicago, near my cousins and I was wondering how I can maybe contact you Incase we do move and you can decorate my bedroom!? Please reply so I can know how to contact you! Tysm! Bye! 😁❤️
Jelena Nedeljkovic (1 month ago)
Mr. Kate Thank you💖💖💖
Emma S (1 month ago)
I love your positive attitude
Megan Jordan (1 day ago)
I wanna do something with design I’m not sure I wanna do apprenticeship as I don’t wanna go to uni I’m 20 and still can’t make up my mind lol 😂 I live in the uk 🇬🇧
Aparna Vyas (2 days ago)
You speak too much....
MissAquaGamer (3 days ago)
Fine then, since everyone wants to be technical. I want to become a professional Interior DECORATOR. Exactly what Mr. Kate is doing 💙 She’s the best of the best.
Julienne Salazar (3 days ago)
Hi Mr. Kate! I'm a waldorf kid too! I just knew you were as well. Loveee lovee love your designs! <3
Callee Reimers (6 days ago)
hello my name is callee reimers i'm doing a interior design project for my gifted class and i would like to interview you
DesignLifeApp (7 days ago)
Being an interior designer is an awesome job, you change peoples lives for the better, adding a sense of purpose to a room and allowing the clients to be in a happy healthy space. Our App will allow you to help with the finishing elements of any room; allowing you to take a picture and see the items in your specific room set.
I think that's really cool
Sarah Kitney (8 days ago)
Here are some tips for those of you considering the field of Interior Decorating/Design: First thing first- If you're going into this field know the difference between an Interior DESIGNER and an Interior DECORATOR. You cannot call yourself an Interior Designer without accreditation, in certain States/Provinces you can be fined for this. Second- you'll never do mood boards for clients if you're professional- you may get the odd client ask for one, but don't go into a meeting with a mood board unless you're in school and or presenting to a large group...It's all about renderings- get to know AUTOCAD or Sketchup Pro. Know your stuff! I worked for five years in a paint store selling paint, stain, wallpaper, furniture, blinds, fabric, custom drapery etc...It has elevated my ability to give sound advice, and clients respect that and seek me out because of that. I also worked for a year in a high-end tile store, designing bathrooms and kitchens with other designers and retail clients. This taught me a lot about harder textiles- including tile application, trims (Schluter) and what looks good together and what doesn't. It's also super beneficial to have a customer service background. It will only help your career. I find that's where people lack skills, not in design aesthetic, but knowing how to handle clients-specially difficult ones- and build a rapport with your clients. Learn building codes, and how to read blueprints. Also, I see a lot of Designers/Decorators with really bad math skills- learn how to calculate sqft and how to take measurements. I also find knowing how to calculate yardage required for fabric projects and wallpaper a helpful tool. Its made things easier for me. You're never going to graduate and be a full-on Designer/Decorator right out of the gate, so you might as well work part-time in a place where you're going to learn practical skills that will only help you in your career. Look at local decorating stores like paint stores, window covering stores, furniture etc. I also worked in Film as a set decorator, it wasn't glamorous at all- and the days were very long- I wouldn't recommend this path unless you're okay with being married to your career. I'm 31 now and I spend my entire twenties educating myself and setting myself up for a successful career by continuing with my education even after graduation. Only now am I able to finally work full time (comfortably) as a designer- which is rare in my city. Those of you looking to start upon graduating, try and get into work with a big builder/contractor company. Oh! And Network, network, network! Best of luck XOXO
Alyssa Lackey (8 days ago)
I'm just about to go to college next year been very serious about becoming an interior designer for years I've been told though that I should get a degree in business management and marketing as well as an interior design certificate if you see this what are your thoughts on that
Trinity Hogan (10 days ago)
Literally before I heard about u I wanted to be an interior designer and now I have the best advise ever thank you
Nae Builds (10 days ago)
Stormie D. (11 days ago)
I'm all about the art field. I've been drawing since I can remember, but I love to decorate my room & the rest of my house. To me it's just more fun, drawing is very time consuming. I've been watching you for a few months & you're doing exactly what I want to do with my life.
Mishal Fatima (4 days ago)
Exactly. Same here 👏🏼
iiiEmilyPlayz (10 days ago)
@Stormie D. Samee
Priscila V. (18 days ago)
Please post more videos like this!! I’d love to know how to create a mood board in detail . Xo
Amal Alzaatreh (19 days ago)
Hi I'm studying interior design at the university in Jordan it's my first year so u made me fall in love with my choice more than ever so thank u very much and I hope one day I will be like u ❤️thank u
Amal Alzaatreh (19 days ago)
Hi I'm studying interior design at the university in Jordan it's my first year so u made me fall in love with my choice more than ever so thank u very much and I hope one day I will be like u ❤️thank u
Amal Alzaatreh (19 days ago)
Hi I'm studying interior design at the university in Jordan it's my first year so u made me fall in love with my choice more than ever so thank u very much and I hope one day I will be like u ❤️thank u
Amal Alzaatreh (19 days ago)
Hi I'm studying interior design at the university in Jordan it's my first year so u made me fall in love with my choice more than ever so thank u very much and I hope one day I will be like u ❤️thank u
Amoni C. (22 days ago)
Mr.Kate you forgot to mention The Art Institute another option instead of College.
The_ Dancerz (23 days ago)
Hi I’m iona and I’m so inspired by you I’m 11 years old and I have already decided I want to be an interior designer I love you so much and you are so inspiring to people like me
Cassidy Sullivan (30 days ago)
Hi Kate! My name is Cassidy, I’m 13 and from Indiana. Nobody here really care about interior design like people do in California or other big exciting places. Do you think I could still work as an interior designer from here? What are some tips you have about that?
Stephanie Garcia (1 month ago)
I LOVE Mr. Kate and her creativity, BUT this video is deceptive: Mr. Kate's father is the CEO of STARZ and a multi-millionaire. She has more resources and connections in the industry than many of us will ever have. Not to diminish her talent at all, because she is amazing. Just pointing out that it is not as easy as she makes it sound, especially to become an actual licensed designer. That requires years of school and interning. To say that I can wake up tomorrow morning and call myself a interior designer without education is not only delusional, but it is illegal. Again, I don't want to come off as sounding like a hater, this is just a disclosure before you quit your job and move to LA.
Roquell Millington (9 days ago)
Sure just find every reason why you WON'T succeed!! Smh. The reason she succeeded is because her mindset is the complete opposite of yours. She could have easily failed if she was not talented or driven! Your narrative is boring and old!
Blair Eddington (23 days ago)
Blinkü Blinkü (27 days ago)
Totally agree.
LeeLee B (28 days ago)
100% agree with you!
KipRiseGaming (1 month ago)
Stephanie Garcia thankyouforpointingthatoutmydude👌🏻
TeeHomey (1 month ago)
diana al khalaf (1 month ago)
woooow love itttttt
Siri Hanson (1 month ago)
Hey Mr. Kate! I really love you and everything you do, but this is really frustrating as an Interior Design student. There is a widespread misunderstanding that interior decorating and interior design are the same thing, and they’re not. To become an actual licensed interior design you need to have 4 years of education in a CIDA accredited program and two years of workforce experience before you can even take the certification exam that is multiple days long. Please consider this when you call yourself an interior designer!
Roquell Millington (8 days ago)
+Siri Hanson no one is "using" anything you say for any agenda whatsoever! Interior designers DO NOT structurally design a space or building, there are contractors and architects who work along with them who are responsible for the structural integrity of a space. The interior designer may contributed creatively to the overall design of a space, but they don't execute that on their own. Hence my very remark about the chandelier as your point about public 'safety " is a reach!! In my previous comment I intentionally mentioned that my opinion on this has to specifically do with interior design and other such creative fields, so your doctor point is well...pointless! I mean she very clearly explained the difference between an interior designer and decorator, which is in fact the KEY difference between the two. That's it! We do not agree and that's all good! Have a blessed day!
Siri Hanson (9 days ago)
Roquell Millington hang a chandelier too loose? Lol so that’s my point, that’s where these misconceptions are in play. If you think hanging a chandelier is interior design, then you’re really mistaken. By your argument doctors don’t have to go to med school, and lawyers don’t have to pass the bar. You are diminishing the value of this profession because you’ve still got decorating and design as the same thing in your head. Nothing else for me to say to convince you, but don’t use my comment as a way to devalue the importance of title acts and accreditation and the values they play, and the profession of interior design as a whole. Enough said.
Roquell Millington (9 days ago)
+Siri Hanson public safety? What's she gonna do hang a chandelier too loose? OK. Her being qualified is at the very least "debatable" especially in this field. In today's day and age, there's no such thing as "trade secrets" anymore. We are in the age of free education and anyone with the drive and passion can be just as "qualified" as the one who spends years and thousands to be "certified" Really antiquated!
Siri Hanson (9 days ago)
Roquell Millington “the almighty dollar...” of course the education system and and paying large quantities to further your education is flawed in many ways, but my point is she just isn’t qualified because she hasn’t gone through that extensive education. It is literally a matter of public safety, which is why the accreditation exists in the first place. You wouldn’t want random people who just call themselves architects building the massive buildings you step in to and take for granted that it is safe. It is the same for interior design (often called interior architecture), but because of the misconception that interior design and interior decorating are the same thing, people don’t tend to understand that. These regulations and accreditation laws don’t exist simply to place people on a higher pedestal because they paid- they exist because it is a matter of public health and safety. And the whole point of my initial comment was to try and bring to light these profound differences, and with that people can chose the path that suits them the best. Nothing was ever said to diminish Mr. Kate and all her and her team do.
Roquell Millington (9 days ago)
+Siri Hanson and there you said it...always comes down to the Almighty dollar! Unless people get sucked into a system to shell out cash to learn from a formal school institution then their skill, equal and sometimes superior to those who do is diminished! Like I said... Semantics and we need to move on from this!
breannaelaine21 (1 month ago)
I'm sure someone else said this already, but your definition of interior designer vs. decorator is absolutely incorrect. An interior designer has education, accreditation and a thorough knowledge of legal building codes in the state in which they practice. An interior decorator does not require an education. Both are great but it's like a nurse and a doctor, if you are a nurse you shouldn't call yourself a doctor.
Tatiana Costa (1 month ago)
As an interior DESIGN student MYSELF I beg you to stop calling yourself a designer just cause it sounds better. You are NOT an interior DESIGNER! You're a decorator!
Tatiana Costa (5 days ago)
+Roquell Millington that's the thing. We won't be doing the same. Interior DESIGN is not interior DECORATION. There's a lot more to it than decorating a space. My problem lies exactly in the education of the public who ear her saying she's a designer and believe design is the same as decorating. And for that they won't even consider hiring a designer for the work they need and will go to someone else. Because they don't realize our education isn't on choosing furniture or picking color combinations for their house. It's actual architectural and actual designing of every little detail that goes into making a space. It's solving problems not hiding it and making it look good. I am not criticizing her work, it's as much valid as mine or an architect or an engineer or even the painter and builders. But they're not the same.
Roquell Millington (9 days ago)
No wonder y'all salty! I guess she's naturally talented and went after her dreams! You could all be like her if you wanted yo but hey! You'll be doing exactly what she's doing... That makes her an Interior designer. Period
Taja Brown (1 month ago)
Tatiana Costa yeah it was irking me too 😭 im also a student
qclegion (1 month ago)
oh look 6 pages of description and 8 minutes of useless stuff. You go girl you earned that dislike.
Carlotta Pasquariello (1 month ago)
People are such haters Jesus!!! Anyways I loved this video thank you so much,you really give the tip for start and understand more what is all about!!!! I really wanna start this carrier!! I just move to California from Italy, and I'm just in love with all your video. So I hope I will make it one day, and in case I'll do it is thanks to you too, you are so positive and inspiring! SOOOOO thank you thank you thank you!!!
I wanna be like Marinette from Mirqcculous ladybug
CROIX MARTINEZ (1 month ago)
https://www.cidq.org/eligibility-requirements https://www.asid.org/
Asuncion Abreu (12 days ago)
Oacio (1 month ago)
Thanks for the links!
Fifi A (1 month ago)
Thank you so much this really inspired me.
who else here want to be interior designer but can't draw? no one? just me? oh okay
It's me Shayi (1 month ago)
same :<
+LeeLee B thank you ! this one seriously enlighten me !
Taja Brown (1 month ago)
They teach you to draw! I take classes right now and its pretty cool.
LeeLee B (1 month ago)
You can learn to draw though! I shit you not, drawing is not something people are born doing. Binge youtube drawing videos and practice along. Fill sketchbooks. Take a class. Learn to draw simple basic shapes, then make them 3D. Learn perspective and proportions. You can definitely see an improvement in no time!
Jessica Clemons (1 month ago)
Alexies Jean Ballesteros me
Cody Nickel (1 month ago)
video starts at 8:00
km Dee (1 month ago)
You inspire me so much... i love you sooooo muuuch!!!
Carolyn Holden (1 month ago)
This video was awesome and love your personality.
Aliciaek (1 month ago)
How boring.....me, me, me, me.......empty, nothing...
Cody Nickel (1 month ago)
video starts at 8:00
sarvani nuvvula (2 months ago)
can you make a video on how to make a portfolio... please
Phantom_Knight2 (2 months ago)
u do a lot of talking, u stay too long in the camera. i thought u r creative, creative people watching this video needs visuals. all i can see is your face. sorry.
Dazed Cleo (2 months ago)
Feel like we’re so similar! I’ve always been super creative and tried to get into acting, I studied acting and production, I’ve just started my own jewellery business and now I’m considering becoming an interior Designer!
Layla King (2 months ago)
Were the same person
Nicole Knutson (2 months ago)
You are so cool! And of course you're a filmmaker! Keep it up and keep spreading the creative weirdness! Love your story, so inspiring. Thank you for sharing
Listen To Music (2 months ago)
Im 13 years old grade 9 i love your video i love watching it and i want to become an interior designer pleeaassee inspire me more😃
mika batocabe (2 months ago)
Rebeka Roznik (2 months ago)
i love u Kate. and i won't to be like u, even before i started watching your chanel i woned to be this. just saying i love u and Joe (I hope i speeld that right)
Paige O'Keefe (2 months ago)
I never comment on anything but I have to agree with everyone who says she is an Interior Decorator NOT a designer. I am currently a Landscape Architecture student and it is also illegal to call yourself one if you don't have a degree from an accredited program or a State License. Mr. Kate is an extremely talented decorator and creates amazing spaces, but she really shouldn't call herself an Interior Designer.
johnny cat (20 days ago)
Kaetlyn McDonnell it is Not illegal. Anyone can say they are a designer they just can’t say they are accredited. .
Kaetlyn McDonnell (1 month ago)
Hey, I completely agree with you. I am an interior design student right now and while I love Kate’s decorating, she does not have the legal accreditation to be a legitimate Interior Designer. As an interior designer you must pass intensive exams about following architectural codes, ergonomics, and space planning, as well as picking functional and aesthetically pleasing materials for a space. While it is not as technically intensive as architecture school (that focuses on the structure of a building) It entails four years of learning all of the said information above as well as all the computer programing skills like Autocad, Revit, Lumion, Sketchup and more. I love mr kate, but I have to say that she would never be hired by a firm or be a design lead for a firm because of lack of credentials and schooling.
Roony Ravenclaw (2 months ago)
Thank you someone said it
Lego Fans (2 months ago)
+Paige O'Keefe thanks for approving your argument with me I just felt kinda weird. but l trust you No prob😉😉
Glam Bawse (2 months ago)
It is basically inborn talent . I will follow your footsteps. Maybe not interior designer but something else. Bless me.
breannaelaine21 (1 month ago)
it requires an education. She doesn't actually know what she's talking about.
Christine Baker (2 months ago)
Holy Crap. Literally TODAY I was like I need to just dive into this. I keep trying to do things I'm not passionate about, but I've always been OBSESSED with decorating, but sometimes shit goes so sideways so it makes me insecure. I want to learn more and hone my craft. Maybe you can check out my crap that went sideways on my blog, but still turned out pretty damn awesome if I say so myself. LMAO! Any advice on how to finally figure out what I'm supposed to be when I grow up...would be welcome. Never mind I'm rounding up to 50 soon. ;) www.thechristinebaker.com
Sintija Antiņa (1 month ago)
Hi lovely! First of all- pat yourself on the back for creating something at all! A lot of creative people don't make it that far.. I've been an interior designer for a while now and decided to share my experience with others so started a youtube channel. Feel free to come over and check it out. Hopefully you'll get some more inspiration for your future adventures :D - SPACE FOR EDIT -- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx-z-AR8ldVw4FZf9prUD_g
Alicia Thomas (2 months ago)
Im in school for interior design & we barely decorate its all about making floor plans & designing spaces using autocad & revit to please the clients needs. You can either do commercial or residential design plus learn about the building codes for both. We have whole classes about lighting, drafting, autocad/revit/adobe products, and much more. Its a lot of hard work & you need to be driven and passionate about it
Sua Paul (2 months ago)
Exactly! She is actually a stylist.
Ckams Design (2 months ago)
thx a lot for your advices
Dilly Pop (2 months ago)
The video is not really helpful, don’r waste your time watching it
violet goodman (2 months ago)
the comment section has good helpful advice
Jenny Tamiru (2 months ago)
Stuart Sanchez stop hating
Eva Slaney (2 months ago)
Going to Home Goods and IKEA doesn’t make you an interior designer. Can you map out a damp course, layout internal fire doors and exits on a architectural plan and draw elevations to scale? People who have actually trained can do this and work with architects regularly. Picking a fluffy cushion and wicker basket isn’t cutting it, sorry just being honest.
Nasra Abdirahman (1 month ago)
What about joey? You state that an interior designer needs to know how to deal with the structural properties of a building, and, I mean joey does most of the building work. Also, she works with someone else, so I guess they have to spilt the job into two parts: building and working with the layout, and adding the decor side of it all. But Eva, I'll admit ur comment gave me some insight on what interior designers REALLY do. So I thank u on your behalf
Nadine Madanat (2 months ago)
Lemon Slice (2 months ago)
If people want a "professional" interior designer they can ask for one if they don't just don't choose mr.kate my gosh
Marielle Lavelle Bandong (2 months ago)
Also agree with your statement Eva. There’s no such thing that could make you an instant Interior Designer, it takes us years to study it then she’ll just brand her self a “self-taught Interior Designer” like no way!
Makayla Rose (2 months ago)
I have always wanted to be an interior decorator. Everyone tells me it’s pointless but I just want to be creative 😕
slimelover _221375 (2 months ago)
Just do what u love.u wont regret it😜😁
arunkumar ak (2 months ago)
I am a student I need to organize PC desk pls help me its very cheap desk
Jonathan Elorz (2 months ago)
love you kate, and you lowkey look like halsey
CreativelyNelly (2 months ago)
You’ve inspired me more than you even know
Hari Chetty (2 months ago)
You look and act like Lorna from Orange is the New Black!
Nel Fabia (2 months ago)
Rachel Ray calls herself a "cook", she said it is considered disrespectful if she calls herself a "chef". She built a successful brand but knew where she stood.
Nadine Madanat (2 months ago)
Nel Fabia 👐👐👐👐
darshan wagh (2 months ago)
Hi i am interior designer Support my blog http://darshanwagh110.blogspot.com/2018/08/best-interior-design-ideas.html
Erika Gaus (2 months ago)
Why the “Mr.” ?? (I’m new here)
violet goodman (2 months ago)
Thanks for posting. I never understood it either tbh.
AliciaLand (2 months ago)
"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/
Alexia Clark (2 months ago)
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) 😂😂❤️❤️❤️
LP DIVINE (3 months ago)
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
vihangi Gimhana (3 months ago)
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! <3
Faith M (29 days ago)
vihangi Gimhana you are left-brained. How wonderful you have right brain gifts as well. And yes, IT and creativity are a perfect match. Creativity matched with analytical gifts with detail and organizational skills, you will do well! All of this used to be done by hand and now it's done with software. You have the perfect combination of gifts, and it sounds like the passion as well. Blessings!
Qizhen Liu (3 months ago)
Very inspirational!!!
Aurozia (3 months ago)
I want to become an interior designer
Karen Morfin (3 months ago)
Why does she remind me of carrie from carrie diaries lol
violet goodman (2 months ago)
her voice is somewhat similar
Ghost Gene (3 months ago)
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 😊
Shawn Quigley (3 months ago)
OMG i needed this video, im 10 and also in love with interior design thanks for making this it s very inspiring
Sintija Antiņa (1 month ago)
Hi hunny! Keep that passion going, interior design is a hard but amazing industry to be in. I've just started a YT channel about this so feel free to head over for some more inspo when you need some :) - SPACE FOR EDIT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx-z-AR8ldVw4FZf9prUD_g
Adis Candra (3 months ago)
Shawn Quigley good for you!
Salman Paagl (3 months ago)
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 ....
Citlali Vazquez (3 months ago)
So are we just gonna skip over the fact she was in Princess Diaries for a split sec 😂
Citlali Vazquez (3 months ago)
DJ Jones she was in the 2nd one and it was the scene where the people of Genovia are giving stuff to Mia
WestCoast BestCoast (3 months ago)
Citlali Vazquez lol what really?? haha that's awesome. what scene was she in?
sadenify (3 months ago)
Inspired (3 months ago)
Mr. Kate OMG. How can I DM you? I have a question!!
The M Network (3 months ago)
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 .
Eva Slaney (2 months ago)
Mascheria PerdueNabbs Show there are 10 year olds and 13 year olds on here who have no idea. No point wasting your time with them.
taystiecummings (3 months ago)
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!
The M Network (3 months ago)
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
jamierubyjane (3 months ago)
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”.
Yvette Raei (3 months ago)
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.
Brylee Brown (3 months ago)
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!!
Nhu Pham (3 months ago)
Brylee Brown planner5D
Nathan G Fruendt (3 months ago)
Were the name Mr. Kate come from?
Aries swangler (3 months ago)
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 !
•Mariel Forever• (3 months ago)
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😂😁
Sintija Antiņa (1 month ago)
Being a designer is a fabulous profession but it is very hard work as well. So good luck with your studies and your career after it :) I've been a designer for over 5 years and learned so much so I decided to create a YT channel about it. Feel free to pop over for some inspo if you feel like it :)- SPACE FOR EDIT- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx-z-AR8ldVw4FZf9prUD_g
Mary Tello (3 months ago)
•Mariel Forever• thank u!!!
Mary Tello (3 months ago)
Nour 75 thanks a lot!!!
Nour 75 (3 months ago)
Please subscribe (3 months ago)
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.😂😆❤❤❤
soriefg (4 months ago)
You are the best and inspiring
Mandie Pitre (4 months ago)
This was extremely helpful - thank you Mr. Kate :)
Slimes With Friends (4 months ago)
Thank you❤
Slimes With Friends (4 months ago)
After I watched you for the first time I knew I wanted to be an interior designer
Styles Stewart (4 months ago)
Her mannerisms are annoying. Why is your name Mr Kate when you're a woman?
Donnie Alexandria (3 months ago)
Styles Stewart I was thinking the same thing scrolling through the comments waiting for someone to bring it up no hate
BenNJacks Mommy (3 months ago)
Ew go away
Chiara (3 months ago)
Also, her boyfriend helps in all those projects. So the Mr. is because of Joey and Kate is her.
Lauren Scholz (3 months ago)
Dami (3 months ago)
Aliah Gonzalez (4 months ago)
Kate you literally a grown up me! I love your channel and I love how weird you and Joey are!❤️
Leila Ghauri (4 months ago)
Kate you are such an inspiration!! Love your eye for design!
taystiecummings (4 months ago)
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!
Shailee Christensen (3 months ago)
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.
Nerida Baker (4 months ago)
How do you fill a big room? and style it? I LOVE YOUR VIDS
Remarie Tomarong (4 months ago)
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
C R (4 months ago)
A Decorator is Not a Interior Designer.
Ashlyn Gallagher (4 months ago)
She knows. She said that.
Rebecca McCoy Smith (4 months ago)
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! <3
Sintija Antiņa (1 month ago)
It is never too late! Time will pass anyway and it might be the best decision you've made :) !! I've been a designer few few years now and decided to start a YT channel based on my experience. Feel free to pop over if you need some inspiration and feel free to leave a comment if you've got any questions ;) SPACE FOR EDIT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx-z-AR8ldVw4FZf9prUD_g
Chrystal (3 months ago)
I'm 35 and regret not finishing my interior design degree, you gotta go for what you want.
Honor Gibson (3 months ago)
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
Djawn Sjhilson (4 months ago)
Rebecca McCoy Smith It's never too late to invest in yourself!
Keexkitty Subliminal (4 months ago)
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
Jim English (4 months ago)
Yes, what she does, an 11-year-old can do. Go for it!
Jason Dohse (4 months ago)
You are my hero
Fatoumata Soumare (4 months ago)
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
yes we did! good for you!
sreevalsan s (4 months ago)
waste of time
Lisanne Slegt (4 months ago)
Studying to be a interior designer. Oeehhh... love school. Thanks for the tips!
Reycisco (4 months ago)
Wft !!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Dove Rose (4 months ago)
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
Fiona Walker (4 months ago)
is that Chris pratt at 4:52?
dachicbean (4 months ago)
It was
Aly Kat (4 months ago)
Fiona Walker Right? It totally looks like a young Pratt there.
Bethany Biesecker (4 months ago)
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!
MBM96 (1 month ago)
I think this is just snobbery. There is nothing you learn in college that you can't teach yourself. I think we should group everyone as 'Interior Professionals' - if you make a living off something and doing it to a high standard then I would call that individual a professional, regardless of qualifications. Creatives should be creative, that's the integral thing. Anything you can't do can be outsourced which a lot of decorators do, there's no need for all this snobbery. If you love all the technical stuff just become a quantity surveyor.
Zee (2 months ago)
If ppl who did complete the procedure and getting paid then should Mind their business. Or go a step above and motivate those who have talent but not able to do the course of study to be like them for various reason. Ppl work hard no matter. Mr.Kate taught herself which they couldnt. It is more they are embarrassed for wasting time and money. Dont be. Some ppl have it naturally some have to train for it. Thats just life.
Nel Fabia (2 months ago)
Very well said Bethany. I am an Interior Architect, studied, interned and licensed. This video answers all my questions and doubts of her work. There is more to making a space pleasing to the eyes.

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