Interior design isn't just about residential decoration!
Good interior design will not only make a space look and function better, it can have a significant impact on mood and well-being. The application of uplifting colour schemes, well-designed furnishings and furniture and the thoughtful manipulation of light and space, can all make a real difference to how we feel about and in an environment.
More sterile, workaday public spaces such as schools and hospitals can benefit more than most from creative interior design. Here it has the potential to improve health and productivity. It is also an invaluable asset for businesses. An aspirational office interior, for example, can help to raise the profile of a company and boost staff morale at the same time. And it goes without saying that shops, restaurants and leisure venues that are inviting and stimulating inside will potentially draw in more customers, and therefore increase profits. -via Design Council-