The British are taking even more pride in their homes than ever before, which is great news for anyone with the creative flair and business acumen to set up in the interior design sector. There are also substantial contracts available to plan and develop interior concepts for hotels, restaurants, business foyers and a wide range of other commercial premises. The design industry as a whole is a vital part of the UK economy. It plays a pivotal role in the creative industries, valued at a massive £71.7bn. There are an estimated 580,000 people working in the design field, making it the UK’s ninth largest employer. So, how could you gain a strong foothold in this market – and carve a share of the considerable revenue niches - with a start-up interior decorating venture?
Chances are if you are interested in this particular field, then you have your own ideas and passions for interior design - and a burning desire to be your own boss. To increase your chances of surviving in such a competitive marketplace, tying all that into a successful business model makes perfect sense. Working with a reputable industry leader, your individuality remains intact, but you get branding, business support, preferential supply chains and technological help to make your dream a reality.
Getting the right fit for you is vital, to match your ambitions and interests. For example, you may be interested in House Wow, the home staging, interior design and property styling franchise. BoConcept is company offering contemporary and sophisticated furniture and interiors, based on an established concept. It, too, is looking for franchisees. Decorating Den Interiors supports franchisee start ups. There are also specific niches, such as interior decorating businesses The Christmas Decorators, that work year round securing and planning out contracts for commercial premises. The opportunities are there for an interior decorating franchise. Contact us for the creative business solutions.