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Overview Of Interior Design Master Diploma Course

Hue N Rig Institute of Art & Design provides training for Master Diploma Interior Design Course in Mumbai. This course is a superior level program focused on promoting experimental, research, historical, theoretical and critical approaches to the creation of the design. You will also be given complete knowledge of cost estimation core concepts with interactive session right from design to development. In this Master Diploma in Interior Designing Training you will also learn about student abilities, talent and skills such as designing, creativity, space planning, communication, computer and technical, Also an understanding of cultural preferences and good management skills. Students can attend this Master diploma interior design classes in Mumbai both online and offline classroom training. So if you want to become professional Interior designer, Hue N Rig Institute of Art & Design is best platform providing training for Master Diploma Interior Design Course in Mumbai.

What will you learn from this course?

Key features of the course

Why Learn Interior Design Master Diploma Course From Hue N Rig?

Affordable & Flexible Fees Structure

All Certified Training Program

10+ Years Experienced Trainers

Practical & Conceptual Training

Regular Assignments & Monitoring

Modern techniques of learning

Interactive Group Discussion Session

Q & A Problem Solving Session

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Hue N Rig Official App

Hue N Rig free app is where you will be provided free content, progress management, assignments etc.

Content & Learning Material

Free content like videos, notes and assessments will be provided to students to make them understand the subject better.

Stock Libraries

Complete guidance for stock libraries will be given to students to make work process fast and creative.

Practice Files

Students will be regularly provided with projects filers of the topics taught so that they can practice at home to master there skills.

Portfolio & Resume Building Lectures

After completion of course will personally guide students to build work portfolio and resume for future jobs and projects opportunities.

Artist Design Management Lectures

How graphic designer's should manage there work pipeline to beat delivery dates.

Confident Building Sessions

How to confidently talk to the client and crack the deal. Understanding client's requirements and reply them like professionals.

Practice on Live Projects

We will be providing live projects to students to make them understand industrial standards of designing and workflow.


Benefits after completing Interior Design Master Diploma Course Training from Hue N Rig Institute Of Art & Design

  • 100% creative growth
  • Developing vision with creative perspective.
  • Clearing job interview
  • No more wasting time or money seeking other courses.
  • Growing your own business.
  • Building your own start-up company
  • You can be a professional freelancer

Interior Design Master Diploma Course Training Software

  • Software
  • Training
  • Certification
  • AutoCAD 2D
  • 3Ds Max
  • Vray
  • Photoshop (Interior Based)
  • Power Point
  • Excel
  • Management Tools 
  • Apps & Portals

Hue N Rig Institute of Art & Design provides classroom training For Master Graphic Designing Course

Offline Classroom Practical Training 
Where students will be provided training by faculty inside a classroom.

    • It will be a face to face direct training.
    • Training will be conducted in batch.
    • You can directly interact with faculty in classroom for any queries.

Lecture types covered for this course will be in

  • Software Technical 
  • Theoretical
  • Practical
  • Conceptual 
  • Project Based Training
  • A professional certificated will be provided to the students after successfully completion of the course.
  • Students should submit there projects and get it approved from the faculty.
  • Within 15 Days of submission of project, institute will issue the certificate under name of student enrolled

Interior Design Master Diploma Course Module
(60 Modules with Projects)

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Interactive Lecture

  • Getting Started
  • Modules
  • Videos
  • Overall Units
  • Units Covered
  • Course Contributors
  • How To Use Our Course
  • What Do I Need?
  • Software And Devices
  • Materials
  • What Is Interior Design?
  • Quotes We Love
  • Philosophy Of Interior Design
  • The Visual Language Of Design
  • Understanding Design Theory
  • The Design Process
  • Elements Of Interior Design
  • Space
  • Line
  • Shape
  • Color
  • Texture
  • Light
  • Pattern
  • Principles Of Design
  • Balance
  • Rhythm
  • Emphasis
  • Proportion And Scale
  • Harmony

 Design Styles

  • Work Health And Safety
  • Trends
  • Colour Trends
  • Types Of Interior Design Styles
  • African
  • American
  • Arts And Crafts
  • Art Nouveau
  • Art Deco
  • Bohemian
  • Coastal
  • Country
  • Electric
  • French provincial
  • Gothic
  • Hamptons
  • Hollywood Glam
  • Industrial
  • Japandi
  • Japanese
  • Mediterranean
  • Mid-Century Modern
  • Minimalism
  • Modern Australian
  • Modern Farmhouse
  • Moroccan
  • Retro
  • Rustic
  • Scandinavian
  • Shabby Chic
  • Traditional
  • Tropical
  • Urban Chic
  • Victorian
  • Wabi-Sabi
  • Considering The Site
  • Building An Aesthetic Plan
  • How To Visually Present Ideas To Your Client
  • Mood Boards Frames

Space Planning

  • Space Planning And Proportion
  • Furniture Layouts
  • The Next Step In Space Planning
  • Styling An Existing Room
  • Living Room
  • Sofa
  • Armchair
  • Fireplace
  • Coffee Table
  • Tv/Media Unit
  • Seating Arrangements
  • Dining Room
  • Seating Arrangements
  • Bedrooms
  • Storage
  • Hallway
  • Home Office
  • Laundry
  • Kitchen Design
  • Bathroom Design
  • Types Of Bathrooms
  • Location
  • Design
  • Residential Building Design
  • Rules And Regulations
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Orientation
  • Parts Of A Residential Building
  • Wall Components
  • Roof And Ceiling Styles
  • Ceiling Height
  • Windows
  • Floor Plans
  • Orthographic View Types
  • What Is A Floor Plan?
  • Parts Of The Floor Plan
  • Scale
  • Hand Drafting
  • Drafting Tools
  • Rulers
  • Paper
  • Lettering
  • Line Types
  • Dimensions
  • Dimensioning Rules
  • Symbols
  • Spatial Planning
  • What Is Spatial Planning (Space Planning)?


  • Lighting
  • Light And How We See
  • Color Properties Of Light
  • Color Temperature
  • Color Rendering
  • Natural Light
  • Evaluating Natural Light Levels
  • Artificial Light
  • Sources Of Artificial Light
  • Site Analysis
  • Mounting Options
  • Types Of Light Fittings
  • Light Levels
  • How Light Is Measured
  • Designing With Light
  • Types Of Artificial Light
  • Lighting Design
  • Lighting The Home
  • The Front Door
  • Entrance And Hallway
  • Living Rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Dining Room
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Stairs
  • Exterior Light Fittings
  • Electrical, Lighting And Home Technology
  • The Smart House
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Electricity Supply To The Home
  • Communicating With Your Builder
  • Lighting And Electrical Plans
  • Power Outlets
  • Symbols Used To Create A Reflected Ceiling Plan
  • Lighting Symbols


  • Color
  • How Design Elements Interrelate
  • Guidelines For Using Color
  • Color And Light
  • Color Psychology & Symbolism
  • The Emotional Effect Of Color
  • Color Symbolism
  • Color Mixing Systems
  • The Human Eye
  • Additive Color Mixing
  • Subtractive Color Mixing
  • The Color Wheel
  • Primary Colors
  • Secondary Color
  • Tertiary Color
  • Properties Of Color
  • Hue
  • Value
  • Tint
  • Shade
  • Tone
  • Chroma
  • Color Temperature
  • Color Undertone
  • Color Harmony Groups
  • Achromatic
  • Accented Achromatic
  • Analogous
  • Accented Analogous
  • Clash
  • Complementary
  • Split Complementary
  • Double Split Complementary
  • Monochromatic
  • Tetrad
  • Triadic
  • Creating Successful Color Schemes
  • Contrast
  • Related Colors
  • Contrasting Colors
  • Color And Perception
  • Planning A Color Scheme
  • How To Specify Color Accurately
  • Sampling The Color
  • Exterior Color
  • Types Of Paint
  • Wallpaper
  • Specialty Paint Finishes
  • Painters
  • How Much Paint Do I Need?
  • Interior Paint Color Viewers And Visualizers
  • Trend Forecasting

Interior Finishes

  • Wall Finishes
  • Walls
  • Coatings
  • Veneers
  • Cladding
  • Mirrors
  • Wainscoting
  • Flooring Materials
  • Hard Flooring Surfaces
  • Natural Stone Products
  • Manmade Products
  • Soft Flooring Surfaces
  • Carpet Construction
  • Ceilings
  • Decorative Details
  • Plaster Details
  • Windows And Glass
  • Door Hardware
  • Kitchen, Bathroom And Laundry Finishes
  • Bench tops
  • Natural Stone Options
  • Solid Surfaces
  • Composite Stone
  • Wood Products
  • Splash backs And Walls
  • Cabinets
  • Acoustics
  • Upholstered Panels
  • Environmentally Sustainable Design
  • Choosing Sustainable Materials
  • Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Minimising Waste
  • Specifications
  • Tips For Creating A Successful Design
  • Specifications For A Design Project
  • Lighting Schedule

Decorative Textiles and Fabrics

  • A Brief History Of Textiles
  • Textile Science
  • Fabrics
  • Decorative Textiles
  • Patterns And Prints
  • A Guide To Mixing Patterns
  • Choosing Fabrics For Interior Design
  • Fabric Compositions
  • Upholstery-Weight Fabrics
  • Curtain-Weight Fabrics
  • Eco-Friendly And Organic Fabrics
  • Window Furnishings
  • Curtains
  • Lining Fabrics
  • Measuring For Curtains
  • Specifying Fabrics
  • Fabric Abbreviations

Furniture, Art and Accessories

  • Furniture
  • History, Period & Contemporary Pieces
  • Upholstered Furniture
  • The Technical Side Of Upholstered Furniture
  • Applying The Elements & Principles Of Design
  • Specifying A New Piece
  • Art
  • Sculpture
  • Screens
  • Photography
  • Indigenous Art
  • Accessories
  • Area Rugs
  • Unique Rug Styles
  • Schedule Of Specifications

 Working With Clients

  • The Home Is Where The Heart Is
  • Reasons For Using An Interior Designer
  • Building Relationships With Clients
  • How To Approach A Design Project
  • Analysis Phase
  • Your First Meeting
  • Questions To Ask
  • Setting Project Priority
  • Site Evaluation
  • Talking About Money
  • Concept Phase
  • Your Second Meeting
  • Visual Design Tools
  • Priorities For The Second Meeting
  • Final Design
  • Implementation Phase
  • Source And Specification
  • Schedule Of Work
  • Order Of Tasks
  • Project Cost
  • Your Fee Structure
  • Paperwork For The Interior Designer
  • Quotations
  • Agreements
  • Interior Design Agreement

Visual Communication

  • Communicating Accurately
  • Things To Consider
  • The Design Brief
  • Drawing: Its Relationship To Your Work
  • Imagining Color
  • Developing A Concept
  • Drawing Equipment
  • Orthographic Drawings
  • Interior Elevations
  • Sections
  • Additional Drawings
  • Axonometric Drawings
  • Rendering
  • Sketching
  • The Illusion Of 3D
  • Types Of Perspective Drawings

Setting Up an Interior Design Business

  • Getting Started
  • Setting Up An Office
  • Home Office
  • Hiring Office Space
  • Designing Your Office
  • Space Planning (Spatial Planning)
  • Drawing Your Plan
  • Consider Branding
  • Lighting
  • Technological Requirements
  • Colour
  • Furniture
  • Setting Up Your Business
  • Business Plan
  • Business Branding
  • Business Name And Logo
  • Website
  • Business Expenses And Tax
  • Business Expenses
  • Tax
  • Finding Clients
  • Word Of Mouth
  • Social Media
  • Website
  • Email Marketing
  • Direct Mail
  • Press Advertising
  • The Headline
  • Getting The Tone Right
  • Public Relations
  • Interior Design Career Paths
  • What You Need When Applying For Work
  • Resumes
  • Cover Letter
  • Portfolio
  • How To Make A Portfolio
  • Finding Work In The Field

Bed Room Design

  • Bed Design
  • Table
  • Headboard
  • Dressing room
  • Bathroom suite
  • Primary elements in a bedroom
  • Hierarchical and fluid distribution
  • Planned distribution
  • Storage to harmonize
  • Build the personality based on the details
  • Lighting, a painting bath for emotions
  • Wardrobes
  • Colour Combinations
  • Celling
  • Frames
  • Ac
  • TV Units
  • AutoCAD
  • 3Ds Max
  • V ray
  • Standard Size
  • Texture

Living Room Design

  • Sofa Design
  • Types of Sofa
  • Dining Design
  • Types of Dining Table
  • Showcase Design
  • Lights
  • Color
  • Functionality
  • Determine interior design style
  • Invest in good seating
  • Add-on and decors
  • Traditional Living Room Style
  • Transitional Living Room Style
  • Modern Living Room Style
  • Eclectic Living Room Style
  • Rustic Living Room Style
  • Beach Style Living Room Style
  • Mediterranean Living Room Style
  • Craftsman Living Room Style
  • Scandinavian Living Room Style
  • Farmhouse Living Room Style
  • Mid-century Living Room Style
  • Industrial Living Room Style
  • Asian Living Room Style
  • Tropical Living Room Style
  • Shabby-Chic Style Living Room Style
  • Victorian Living Room Style
  • South-western Living Room Style

Bathroom Design

  • Traditional Style Bathroom
  • Modern Style Bathroom
  • Contemporary Style Bathroom
  • Farmhouse Style Bathroom
  • Rustic Style Bathroom
  • Industrial
  • Beach Style Bathroom
  • Craftsman-Style Bathroom
  • Eclectic Style Bathroom
  • Asian Style Bathroom
  • Industrial Style Bathroom
  • Mediterranean Bathroom
  • Mid-century Bathroom
  • Scandinavian Bathroom
  • Shabby-Chic Style Bathroom
  • South-western Bathroom
  • Transitional Style Bathroom
  • Tropical Style Bathroom
  • Victorian Style Bathroom
  • Full Bathroom
  • Three-Quarter Bathroom
  • Half Bathroom
  • Quarter Bathroom
  • Master Bathroom


  • Application menu
  • New
  • open
  • save
  • import
  • export
  • Units
  • Grid
  • Snap
  • Quick access toolbar
  • Ribbon
  • View cube
  • Navigation bar
  • Zoom in and out
  • pan, zoon to all
  • Command box
  • Layout tab
  • Status bar
  • Dimension
  • Draw
  • Inquiry
  • Object Snap
  • Layer
  • Orbit
  • Render
  • Text
  • Group
  • Array
  • Block
  • Move
  • Copy
  • Scale
  • Annotation
  • Hatching
  • Print & Plot
  • 2D Layout
  • Furniture Design
  • Ortho Mode
  • Cover sheet + general project information
  • Floor plans
  • Furniture + Finish plans
  • Ceiling plans
  • Elevations + Sections
  • Details

3Ds Max

  • Introduction to 3ds Max
  • Understanding the 3ds Max Interface
  • Menu bar
  • Toolbar
  • Command panel
  • Viewports
  • Timeline
  • Help line
  • Transforms
  • Key frame tools
  • Navigation tools
  • Undo/Redo
  • Select By Name
  • Import Cad Files
  • Select And Manipulate
  • Curve Editor
  • Selection filter
  • Transform tools
  • Selection Sets
  • Material Editor
  • Linking
  • Selection Region
  • Snap tools
  • Schematic View
  • Select Objects
  • Coordinate System
  • Layer Manager
  • Rendering tools
  • Modify
  • Hierarchy
  • Motion
  • Display
  • Create
  • Utilities
  • Orthographic views
  • Perspective views
  • Wireframe shows
  • Smooth shows
  • Wireframe On Shaded shows
  • Facets shows
  • Bounding Box
  • Middle-click and drag
  • Roll the middle button to zoom
  • Hold down the Ctrl key
  • Quad menus
  • Selecting Objects
  • Transforming Objects
  • Move gizmo
  • Rotate gizmo
  • Scale gizmo
  • Pivots
  • Affect Pivot Only–
  • Snapping
  • Vertex
  • Edge/Segment
  • Face
  • Grid Points
  • Managing Objects
  • Using Layers
  • Using Groups
  • Linking Objects into Hierarchies
  • Scene Explorer
  • Customizing the Interface
  • Using Scene Explorer


  • Introduction to V-Ray
  • Assign V-Ray
  • V-Ray Frame Buffer
  • Rendering Settings
  • Interactive Production Rendering
  • Cameras
  • Placing a Camera
  • Camera Settings
  • Natural Lighting
  • Vray Sun
  • Vray Light & HDRI
  • Artificial Lighting
  • Vray Light
  • Vray IES
  • Vray LightMix
  • Applying the Scene's Materials
  • Merge Objects in the Scene
  • Multi/Sub Object Material
  • Asset Browser
  • Bump vs. Displacement
  • Deleting a Material
  • Glass Material
  • Metal Material
  • Material Editor Explained - Compact vs. Slate
  • Recommended Websites to Download Textures
  • UVW Map modifier
  • Creating a Velvet Material
  • Create different scenarios (materials & accessories) of the scene
  • HD Render Setups

Portfolio Building

  • Students will be guided to build the portfolio and get ready for Industry
  • Students will be guided to build the portfolio and get ready for Industry
  • Defining Units
  • Defining Measurements
  • Calculating Area for projects
  • Residential Projects Design
  • Plotting Area
  • Mapping Area
  • Furniture Design
  • Space Design
  • Defining Elements
  • Defining Elevation
  • Defining the Hatch
  • Texturing
  • Lighting Placements
  • Rendering Techniques
  • Day & Night Light Setups
  • Design 1BHK in 2D & 3D
  • Design
  • 2BHK in 2D & 3D
  • Design
  • 3BHK in 2D & 3D
  • Finishing Output in Editing 
  • Presenting Final Result


Defining units

2d Graph Plotting




Image Post Process

Image Color Balancing

Bg Replacement

Image Enhancement

Image Retouch

3Ds Max

3d Furniture Modeling

3D Scene setup


3D Lights

3D Maternial Applications

Applying Textures

3D Camera View

Vray Render Settings

Rendering Process

Working on 3D projects

3D Portfolio Submission

Mock interview

Handling Clients

Maternial Planing

Cost Estimations

Adv Measurements techniques

Presentation Proposal

Layout management

Space Design

Area Allotment

Defining Walls

Floor Design

Color Theory

Furniture Planing

Fabric Selection

Paint & Textures

Door & Window

Ceiling styles

Hardware Types

Decorative Items

Types of Lightings

Team Management

Working on projects

Portfolio Submission

Mock interview

Based on 120 reviews.
My name is Sandeep Rahate and I am an interior designing student. My overall experience with my designer course is very satisfying. My "Autocad" and "Photoshop" classes were very good. Online and offline classes experience was also very good. They give attension to each and every student. I am satisfised by the way the teach
Jayesh Unnithan
Jayesh Unnithan
I had a great time doing graphic designing course and everyone involved in the Hue&Rig institute has made it a great experience. I look forward doing more courses with you guys in the future and have been recommending you to everyone I know. Thank you
Shivani Kadam
Shivani Kadam
I am a student of hue n rig. I have just completed one month in online classes.all of you are also getting our support in online classes.thanks for your support sir n miss
Mr Lopes
Mr Lopes
Hue n rigs have great teachers and guides who are available 24 x7 for any help. I have learnt a great deal from the graphic design ing course, and although in lockdown have succeeded in conducting lectures. It was very homely too n the workspace is ideal. Thanks to the sirs and teachers to taught with dedication n respect.All the best. May you grow to greater heights
V Pratiek Johnson
V Pratiek Johnson
I Mr.Pratiek Veluthamannunkal Student of Hue & Rig like to mention online classes are very good during lockdown period as we do not have to carry sanitzer & mask during our travel for lectures at the same time classroom lectures excellent because during lectures our doubts can be cleared then and there. No Doubt our faculty take lectures online and in class the way the student understand . But we miss our faculty as we can't communicate personally. (But on Phone they are available to clear our doubts)
Shivani Kadam
Shivani Kadam
I am a student of Hue N Rig. I have just completed one month.I am having a good experience with them, the trainers are helpful, supportive and friendly,It help us to create new things.thanks for your support.

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