Interior designer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Interior designer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $69,500
Rhode Island $66,290
New York $64,230
California $63,370
Massachusetts $63,030
District of Columbia $62,910
Oregon $62,770
Washington $62,680
Colorado $62,070
Arkansas $61,970
Minnesota $61,930
New Hampshire $61,890
South Dakota $61,730
Nevada $61,630
Pennsylvania $61,500
Connecticut $60,800
Maine $60,120
Hawaii $59,560
Michigan $58,350
Illinois $58,320
Texas $57,830
Maryland $57,300
New Jersey $57,220
Wyoming $57,040
Alabama $56,770
Florida $56,020
Louisiana $52,370
Nebraska $51,900
Kansas $51,500
Iowa $50,840
Missouri $50,050
Indiana $49,700
Kentucky $49,700
Ohio $49,700
Wisconsin $49,360
Virginia $49,120
North Carolina $49,040
Arizona $48,940
Delaware $48,500
Oklahoma $48,450
Utah $48,430
Georgia $48,160
Tennessee $47,690
North Dakota $47,260
Montana $47,130
West Virginia $44,010
New Mexico $43,650
Vermont $42,610
Idaho $39,690
Mississippi $38,550
South Carolina $38,210
Puerto Rico $30,680

How do interior designer salaries compare to similar careers?

Interior designers earn 8% less than similar careers in Arkansas. On average, they make less than private detectives but more than film directors.

Career Median Salary
Private detective salary $81K
Architect salary $76K
Multimedia animator salary $79K
Art director salary $69K
Underwriter salary $72K
Interior designer salary $62K
Detective salary $48K
Energy auditor salary $57K
Filmmaker salary $58K
Film director salary $58K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)