• Early bird offer: learn to Design Your Own Home with the KLC School of Design

    by  • April 14, 2016 • Dream Rooms • 1 Comment

    KLC-Design-your-own-Home-June-2016-Homes-&-GardensLove pouring over beautiful rooms on Pinterest and wish you could make your home look the same? Design Your Own Home is a fun and interactive five-week course, brought to you by the world-renowned KLC School of Design, allowing you to discover your personal decorating style whilst developing professional skills. Sign up today to make the most of our early bird offer and receive the special price of £99 instead of £399.

    b1e6ab7fa0b9d00c4255566e8a41804bPerfect for those preparing to undertake design and decorating projects in their own home, course topics include colour and pattern, sourcing products and materials, space planning and lighting design, all taught by My Design School tutor, Morwenna Brett. As the course is presented entirely online, participants are encouraged to study at any time of the day, be it on a rainy Sunday afternoon or on your morning commute. Although there are no formal project submissions to the school, you will be part of a large group working to the same timetable and sharing the development of work in progress. Teaching methods will incude a stimulating mix of webcasts, lessons, course notes, inspirational links and online interaction, and will be put together to suit each individual class.

    Can’t wait to get stuck in? Visit the website to find out more, using discount code BL0416 to redeem the early bird offer (valid until the 29th April).

    Course dates 6 June – 8 July 2016

    One Response to Early bird offer: learn to Design Your Own Home with the KLC School of Design

    1. Consuelo Keirnan
      April 27, 2016 at 5:09 am

      I am very interested to take this course but I am travelling on 5th July for my holiday and wondered if this would make a difference to my completion. I will have computer access whilst away so could still log on.

      Could you also please tell me a little more about this ie, how many hours per week is required? Does it matter that I live in Qatar? Any other helpful guidance would also be appreciated.

      Thank you.

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