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ID-091 - Art & Accessories/Interior Design - Patrick Scott Tremblay

Course:Art & Accessories/Interior Design
Professor:Patrick Scott Tremblay
  • OnlineLive
Course Length:
  • 16 Week



Hello, I have been instructing for 15 years at College of the Canyons, and I have been in this industry for 35 years as a business owner. You will learn about adding accessories to various spaces in the property by adding Principles and Elements to the residential and commercial buildings  

Course Description

ID 091 introduces the use and application of fine collectibles, art, Art-Framing methods, portable light fixtures, linens, bedding and tableware for interior design. We also look at different ways to accessorize spaces, such as niches, cocktail tables, and walls. Select and place accessories according to theme and design principles. Identify various home styles and how to use art, lighting, and accessories successfully.

Class attendance is crucial to student success. 


What to Expect in this Course

Everything is scheduled weekly, including assignments, exams, and finals. Please read your schedule, your reading assignments, and complete your assignments as specified in your schedule for this course.

We expect you to have the internet, a reliable computer, and a means to communicate with your instructor and fellow students. You will also need ZOOM with the class weekly.

Take part in class discussions, do your assignments, and follow along with the schedule. 

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Types of Assessments

Please read your class syllabus and schedule to understand what I expect you to do in this course. Assignments, PowerPoint, quizzes, tests, midterms, and finals are all part of the participation in this class. 

Textbook Information

Habitat: The Field Guide to Decorating

by Lauren Liess  | Oct 13, 2015

Hardcover ($24.49-$40.00)

ISBN-13: 978-1419717857

Other Relevant Course Information

You will need to create a PPT on home styles, write a field guide, and read the above book for your final.

You can ask the instructor for any additional information by emailing him through CANVAS for an answer.

I give all responses within 24 hours if this is the method of communication. 

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Last updated: 01/05/2022 Sub#: 1210