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I am a student that is graduating with a degree in Interior design. I was wondering if there is any guidance that you can give an inspiring designer. I am looking to get my masters in interior architecture and I wish to own and rent property. I ideally be a contractor/designer/architect. Someone that can design a space and build it, too. I don't know what education or career path I need to follow but that's why I'm asking. Can the Brothers or anyone give me some advice? Please?

Sincerely, a determined dreamer

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You need to contact HGTV directly, go to the website and click on that particular program and pose your question.
 
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