Combining this with recent Interior Design industry statistics, the future looks bright for Hospitality Interior Design. According to EMSI, the U.S. is averaging 1,759 postings a month for interior designers in 2022 thus far. EMSI predicts that the industry will experience upward growth until 2026. AutoCAD has come up as a top skill for interior designers every quarter since May 2020.
Hospitality Interior Design at Parsons
"The pandemic has changed hospitality forever – there is a welcomed focus on sustainability, health & wellness. Guests expect hospitality owners to rethink the experience and welcome back guests in a responsible way. Now more than ever, designers can reinvent the next generation of hospitality." - Melissa Pyell, Parsons instructor, creator of our Hospitality Interior Design certificate, and luxury hotel designer.
Want to learn more about creative jobs that use interior design skills in the restaurant, bar, or hotel industry? Check out this flexible three-course Hospitality Interior Design certificate, which is perfect for hospitality owners, developers, and managers who would like to expand their knowledge for this growing industry. These courses can help you build skills in space planning, sketching, 2D/3D drawings, furnishings, and more.