What can I do?
It’s Your Profession! Join any organization dedicated to legislation to help define and shape the future in your state or province. Interior designers should not undervalue their influence at the state capitol. As an economic contributor to the state, legislators are very interested in you! As a constituent and voter, your professional issues matter. It is imperative that you take the time to advocate for professionalism, your right to practice, and the benefits interior designers provide to safegaurd the health, safety, and welfare of all citizens. Ways To Get Involved In Oregon Now!
National Legislative Map and Regulatory Boards
These resources provide interior design regulation information on a National level.
National Legislative Map (Link to Map by IIDA)
United States and Canada map showing Interior Designers where legislation is in place or is in progress.
State Licensing Regulations (As Available by ASID)
The State Licensing and Board information for the United States for those states that currently hold practice or title acts for interior design regulation.
National Advocacy and Support
These are National and International organizations that support both a Practice Act and Title Act for interior designers.
ASID Advocacy Page
The American Society of Interior Designers supports legislation through national advocacy, volunteer training, legal review of bills, and grants.
IIDA Advocacy Page
The International Interior Design Association supports legislation through national advocacy, volunteer training, legal review of bills, and grants.
Our Northwest and Pacific Coast Neighbors
The Oregon bill includes reciprocity for Registered Interior Design Professional licensing from any US State and Canada.
Interior Design Coalition for Washington
See what is happening in Washington State with their push for a Practice Act.
IDEAL for Idaho (website coming)
See what is happening in Idaho while they define their interior design legislation efforts.
Interior Design Coalition of California
See what is happening in California with their push for interior design legislation.
See what other states are doing to advance their professional practice of interior design.