BYU Independent Study - Online Courses

Introduction to Interiors

SFL 102


$ 564.00

Instructor: Karla J Nielson MA
Credits: 3.00

add to cart


Interior design; emphasizes the history and development of the American home.

Course Content:

  1. The Process and Profession of Design
  2. Special Considerations in Design
  3. Design Principles and Elements and Style
  4. Color
  5. Lighting and Technology
  6. Space Planning Considerations
  7. Floor Plans and Building Systems
  8. Furniture Arrangement
  9. Furniture Selection
  10. Architectural Detail
  11. Wall, Ceiling and Window Treatments
  12. Floor Materials and Coverings
  13. Fabric
  14. Art and Accessories
  15. Historic Design – Greek and Roman
  16. Historic Design – Medieval Design and the Vernacular Tradition
  17. Historic Design – Chinese, the Renaissance, and Baroque
  18. Historic Design – Early and Late Georgian
  19. Historic Design – Neoclassic and Federal
  20. Historic Design – Greek Revival and American Empire
  21. Historic Design – Victorian
  22. Historic Design – Shaker, Swedish, German, and Dutch Influences
  23. Historic Design – French Rococo, Country French, and Italian Tuscan
  24. Historic Design – Spanish Colonial, Mission Southwest Adobe
  25. Lesson 25 Historic Design – Beaux Arts
  26. Lesson 26 Historic Design – Japanese, Craftsman, and Organic Modern
  27. Lesson 27 Historic Design – Art Nouveau and Art Deco
  28. Lesson 28 Historic Design – International Modern

Online Courses:

Course materials are accessed online, and all assignments must be submitted online. Optional course readings may be available but do not include the self-check assignments or graded assignments.

   No Materials required for this course!