Do I Have an Eye for Interior Design Quiz

Dive into our ‘Do I Have an Eye for Interior Design’ quiz to discover your inner designer & find out if you have natural decor talents!

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Hey design lovers! Ever sauntered into a room and thought, “Hm, that chair would look sooo much better over there…” or felt the irresistible urge to redo a friend’s living space? It happens to the best of us. Welcome to the I-might-be-obsessed-with-interiors club. We’ve got throw pillows. 

Whether you’ve been an interior lover for a while, rearranging furniture since you were a toddler, or you’re just diving into the vast ocean of velvet cushions and color swatches, there’s a question we all ask ourselves: Do I really have that eye for interior design?

Interior Design Skills

Now, what’s this mysterious ‘eye for interior design’ I keep yammering about? There are certain interior design skills that designers either naturally have, and/or learn in design school. Let’s break it down:

1. Visualizing Spaces: Having an eye for interior design is not just about knowing colors or furniture; it’s about feeling spaces and understanding aesthetics. Seeing an empty space and, in your mind, filling it up with artsy bits and chic furniture. This skills really involves being able to visualize how spaces would look after their design, and how they’d be used.

2. Color Sense: Picking shades that don’t just match but harmoniously dance together. Color sense is one of the most common skills among those with an eye for interior design. This skill is about understanding how colors work and pair together, and visualizing how they would look together in a space.

3. Spatial Awareness: Knowing where each piece fits, like you’re playing a super fun board game like monopoly. But it’s also about understanding how much space stuff takes, like furniture, installations, our movements, etc.

4. Trend Insight: You don’t just follow the trends; you predict ’em. Is pineapple yellow the next big thing? You probably already knew that. Trends can be in anything – furniture, bathroom fixtures, colors, textures, even fabrics.

5. Functional Creativity: Ensuring every piece isn’t just pretty, but super practical. Because style and substance? Yes, please. Designing a space is more than just looks – people are going to be using it, so it needs to work for a purpose. Basically, design is a problem-solving exercise.

All of these skills involve an eye-for detail, as designing is not just about thinking and dreaming, but also execution. So, it involves negotiating, drawing, co-ordination and so much more.

Do You Have an Eye for Interior Design?

Think you’ve got these skills in your design arsenal? Whether it’s a natural knack or years of Pinterest dedication, skills are skills. So grab your coffee (or glass of wine, and work my quiz to see if you’ve got what it takes to make interior design more than just a fun hobby.

Remember: Not everyone has a natural eye for interior design, but with passion and practice, you can develop a keen sense of style and creativity. But hey, even if you end up being the queen of meme-filled Pinterest boards (guilty as charged!), that’s cool too. Life’s too short for beige walls and boring rooms, right?

Ready to dive in? Let’s unravel that design guru within you!

You’re buying a new couch. Your main consideration is..

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Its size, color, texture, design, practicality, and how it would fit with your current layout.
The color, shape and overall vibe.
The shape. You don’t know what else to consider, you just somehow hope to ‘know’.
Is it comfy enough for movie nights?

Correct!

Wrong!

Your dream job includes..

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Owning a design firm and leading innovation in interiors.
Writing or vlogging about the latest design trends.
Something that occasionally touches design elements.
Anything but interior design.

Correct!

Wrong!

When entering a room, what's the first thing that catches your attention?

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The balance, or lack thereof, between the space, the furniture and decor.
The trendy decor items I saw all over design feeds.
The general vibe and how it makes me feel.
Where I can sit and chill.

Correct!

Wrong!

You have an empty corner in your friend’s living room. Your first thought is to..

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Visualize a cozy reading nook with layered textures and ambient lighting.
Picture a trending lamp you saw on TikTok.
Imagine some storage.
Leave it be. In fact, you don’t even notice it.

Correct!

Wrong!

How often do you change up your room’s look?

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Every season - gotta match the vibes!
Whenever I find a cool new decor piece.
On special occasions or when things get really boring.
Only when something breaks or tears.

Correct!

Wrong!

Your friend is trying to decide between two shades of blue for her bedroom. You..

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Consider the room's lighting, existing decor, and suggest a shade that balances everything.
Recommend the one you think looks prettier.
You have some feels about one, you just don’t know how to pick.
Eh, both are blue. Just pick one.

Correct!

Wrong!

You notice mismatched curtains at a café. You

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Think of three better alternatives instantly based on their color palette and the overall vibe.
Recall a similar trend you recently disliked and wonder what would work better.
Find it quirky but wouldn’t want it at home.
Didn’t even notice until someone pointed it out.

Correct!

Wrong!

A friend is redecorating and asks for your opinion. You:

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Offer a detailed plan, considering space, their favorite color and texture.
Share a few fab ideas you saw on Pinterest with some of your own inputs.
Suggest some cool colors or design shows to check out.
Shrug and say, “Whatever you like!”

Correct!

Wrong!

Your Pinterest board mainly consists of

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Comprehensive room layouts and color palette inspirations.
Tons of color and furniture ideas.
Random room pics that you find cute.
Memes and fashion, zero design stuff.

Correct!

Wrong!

You're designing a workspace at home. Your primary focus is on..

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Creating a space that's both energetic, inspiring and ergonomically efficient.
Making it Insta-worthy with cool stationery and decor.
Ensuring you have a desk and a chair, maybe a plant.
Bring together an old desk you found of your dad’s with the cheapest chair on Amazon, maybe with a snack drawer.

Correct!

Wrong!

You stumble upon an interior design workshop. You:

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Join immediately! Finally something you’ll ace!
Sign up, hoping to learn some cool new skills.
Consider it because it might be fun.
Pass. Sounds kinda useless.

Correct!

Wrong!

Your fave weekend activity is

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Sketching room layouts for my friends or playing with design software.
Pinterest deep-diving for design inspo or imagining dream rooms
Window shopping or watching design shows.
Binge-watching shows – design isn’t one of them.

Correct!

Wrong!

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