Interior Design 2Days / Content / Assessment / Standard
1 / Intro /
- Signed Disclosure
1 / Lettering & Mounting Review /
- Creative Mounting
3 / Principles & Elements Review /
- Principles & Elements of Design Project
5 / Color Review /
- Color Wheel
10 / Roofs / Performance Objective #1: Complete a project related to architectural styles and features.
- Housing Styles
- Architectural Features Quiz
- Scavenger Hunt
Objective 1: Explain basic terms and identify
illustrations of architectural features and styles.
- Identify illustrations of roofs
- Explain the function of a window and identify illustrations of various windows
- Identify illustrations and examples of doors
- Explain basic terms and identify illustrations of architectural features
- Identify illustrations/examples of column capitals
housing styles such as:
- Log cabin
- Salt box
- Cape Cod
- Greek Revival
- Victorian Queen Anne
Windows & Doors
10 / Furniture Parts & Features / Performance Objective 2: Complete a project related to furniture styles and features.
- Furniture Quiz
Objective 1: Identify selected furniture styles and
common characteristics of each.
- Early American
- Queen Anne
- Duncan Phyfe
- Identify examples of legs
- Identify examples of feet
- Identify chair backs
- Identify decorative features
- Identify examples of chairs
- Identify examples of tables
- Identify upholstered pieces
- Identify case goods
used in upholstered furniture.
- Discuss the different between flat and coil springs
- Identify construction considerations used in upholstered furniture
used in case goods.
- Identify types of joints
- Discuss the characteristics and used of hardwoods
- Discuss the characteristics and uses of soft woods
- Discuss and identify the various finishes used on case goods
- Discuss the use of particleboard, plywood and veneers in case goods
13 / Textiles /
- Textile Quiz
- Flooring Quiz
- Window Treatment Quiz
- Lighting Quiz
Objective 1: Identify various textiles and factors
that lead to the selection of specific textiles.
- Identify natural textiles
- Identify synthetic textiles
- Identify basic weaves and finishes
- Identify the basic dye methods: yarn, piece, solution, and printed.
that lead to their selection.
- Discuss the characteristics of flooring types: hard, resilient, and soft
- Discuss characteristics of carpet fibers – nylon, olefin, polyester, wool
- Discuss carpet textures and advantages and disadvantages of each – cut, loop, and different combinations
- Discuss carpet terms and how they affect quality and selection – pile, density, fiber
and factors that lead to their selection.
- Discuss the types and finishes of paint. Choose a paint color that is slightly lighter than the one desired.
- Discuss the types of wallpaper and appropriate wallpaper terminology
- Discuss the various types of molding
factors that lead to their selection.
- Identify the types of window treatments – curtains, draperies, shades, blinds, shutters, cornices, valances, swags
- Discuss window treatment considerations
- Discuss how natural light is affected by types of window treatments and the orientation to sunlight
- Discuss types of artificial light
- Discuss the uses of artificial light
- Identify the following lighting fixtures and how/where they are used – ceiling, cove, portable, recessed, strip, track, wall
Walls & Ceilings
10 / Floor Plans / Performance Objective 3: Draw, draft or trace a portion of a floor plan.
- Floor Plans
Objective 1: The components of a blueprint are
the site plan, floor plan, exterior elevations and
the electrical plan.
- Identify and discuss the site plan
- Identify and discuss the floor plan as a 2-D scaled drawing that shows the layout of the rooms with blueprint symbols
- Identify and discuss elevations as a 2-D representation of a given side of a building
- Identify and discuss the electrical plan, which shows, lighting, switches, plugs, TV, phone and computer outlets
20 / Housing Project / Performance Objective 4: Students will design a presentation board and description for one or more rooms.
- Presentation Board
- Determine materials finishes and color scheme first
- Maintain good balance of positive and negative space
- All graphics must be square or rectangular, with straight edges
- Label with neat, evenly spaced lettering and/or use an accurate and neat key/legend
- Professional boards should have major titles and samples back mounted with 1/8-1/4” contrasting borders
- All pictures (2-D) and samples (3-D) edges must be clean and secured well
- Use the same background for all mounting
- Apply the principles and elements of design effectively in the layout
3 / Accessories /
- Initial Block
4 / State Test Review /
- State Test