Disciplinary Actions Against Florida Licensed Interior Designers

On the Official Internet Site of the Florida Legislature, the 2012 Statutes are listed for the “Florida Disciplinary proceedings against registered interior designers.” This is just a sampling of the many statutes regarding discipline which could put your Interior Design license in jeopardy: “Attempting to obtain, obtaining, or renewing, by bribery, by fraudulent misrepresentation, or through […]


What Interior Design Services Require a State of Florida License?

On the State of Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR), it states that an Interior Designer is someone who designs, or provides consultation, drawings, specifications and administration of design construction contracts relating to nonstructural interior elements of a commercial building or structure.  Interior design includes reflected ceiling plans (a scale diagram of a […]


Board of Architecture and Interior Design receives an Opinion from Judge Hinkle for Locke v. Shore

Federal District Judge Robert L. Hinkle has entered an order, Opinion on the Merits, in the case of Locke v. Shore in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida. Under this ruling it states that a person must be a registered interior designer to provide commercial interior design services in the […]