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Chelsea Harbour Design Centre >>

"Chelsea Harbour Design Centre is the permanent European trade centre for the Interior Design industry specialising in fabrics, furnishing accessories and furniture."

The home of London's prestigious design centre on the Internet. This site is a useful reference resource but is clearly no substitute for a visit to the Design Centre itself. The numerous showrooms exhibit fabrics of all types and of the highest quality, including printed, oriental, furnishing, contempory and classical original fabrics. The list of designers is endless and while the web site does not allow you to browse through product catalogues it does list the designers featured in each of the following showroom categories: fabrics, furniture, trimmings, decorative accessories, wall coverings, lighting and floor coverings. 

Interior design courses 

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American Society of Interior Designers >>

The ASID site provides information for interior designers and for people looking to hire the services of a designer. Resources include help finding an interior design job, information about educational training opportunities and business advice, to a directory of recognised US interior designers.
The Institute of Interior Design >>

With facilities in the US and the UK, the Institute of Interior Design offers Certificate and Diploma home-study courses in interior design. The courses are all supported by a tutor who will be a practising interior designer.
The Design School >>

Based at Queens Park in London, the Design School offers professional tuition and diplomas covering the principles of interior design and the art of interior decoration.
InteriorDesign.net >>

Follow the link to Schools and Associations to find out about interior design courses throughout the US.
Laurence Institute of Interior Design >>

The Laurence Institute of Interior Design is headed by Eve Garvin, a widely recognised interior designer in the United States. The Institute's website does not provide online interior design advice and guidance, but provides an overview of the 10 part course, featuring a streamlined A-Z lesson plan, developed by Garvin and available to order by post. The self-taught course covers the entire spectrum of interior design and can be used by those of you looking for a career in interior design or purely for self-enrichment,
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The World of Interiors >>

A site that, like the magazine, is stylish in design and content and well worth a look if you have a sizeable budget and indulgent tastes! In order to use many of the features of The World of Interiors site you will need to register. This is a simple process and is completely free of charge. Once signed up, the Design Studio has a range of useful services to offer. Our favourite is the Swatchboard section which is an interactive 'fabric and wallpaper finder'.
Style Revolution >>

Style Revolution is part of HomePro.com and claims to be the top interiors magazine on the web. Articles are categorised by room type, e.g. bedroom, kitchens, dining rooms, etc., and focus on explaing different fashions/styles and techniques. The site also has a section dedicated to specific UK designers, a selection of celebrity features, craft and DIY projects and planning advice.
Home and Design Magazine >>

An interiors magazine for the Washington, Maryland and Virginia areas. While this site is geographical restrictive, it has some interesting feature articles, shopping links, a supplier directory for the areas stated and an ask the expert section (although it appears you can't actually post your own questions!)
InteriorWorld.com >>

An e-zine offering a few regular features on interior design ideas and DIY Projects. Also offers a directory of websites and suppliers.
Other online resources

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Bida.org >>

The official website of the British Interior Design Association, including a searchable directory of British designers.
David Mooney >>

David Mooney has been established over 15 years and traditionally offers Interior design and decoration services in Chelsea and the surrounding area. In addition to providing details of the company's services and expertise, their web site www.davidmooney.co.uk offers practical and inspiring advice on understanding and selecting colour schemes and wallpapers for your home.  They also list a number of useful links relating to interior design associations, flooring, paints, fabrics and artwork. A refreshing change from other corporate sites!
Please note that SimplyFurnishings.com in no way provides any guarantee and accepts no responsibility for the quality of service, availability of products, or reputation of these companies.
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