Welcome to artterra learn

Interior Designer Portal

We are excited to welcome you to artterra learn, our educational portal that offers various courses, guides, and resources to help interior designers like you improve your skills and knowledge in everything art-related. 

20-minute e-course


This mini-course covers a variety of topics related to art selection, conservation, framing, hanging and more. They are designed to provide interior designers with the knowledge and tools they need to confidently source and work with artwork in their designs.

Lesson 1: Find the Perfect Artwork for Your Clients

Learn how to select art for your clients that speaks to their values and aesthetics. Wow them with meaningful pieces that they can't stop talking about and make them feel...

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Lesson 2: Lighting Artwork for Maximum Impact

Lighting is a critical element in bringing artwork to life and enhancing the overall mood of a space. In this module, you'll learn the proper techniques for lighting artwork, including...

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Lesson 3: Hanging Artwork Like a Pro

From positioning and sizing to choosing the right support and tools, you'll discover the essential tips and tricks for creating a stunning display of your artwork on your walls. Whether...

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Lesson 4: Framing to Enhance Your Artwork

Framing can elevate the aesthetic appeal of your artwork or completely ruin it. In this lesson, we discuss some tips and tricks for choosing the perfect frame for your artwork,...

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Lesson 5: Preserve Original Archival Artwork

Discover how to protect artwork from acid damage, dust, and direct sunlight, and create an uplifting environment with our artist's examples. Ensure that your clients' valuable family photographs and original...

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