LA Registered Interior Designer printed material should have the following information:
LA Reg. ID #000
If your firm is registered with the Board*, you may use:
LA Reg. ID Firm
No other abbreviations of either are acceptable.
Interior Design Seal:
All drawings, renderings, or specifications prepared by the holder of an interior design certificate or under their supervision shall be imprinted with their seal.
The seal can be either rubber stamp, impression seal, or electronic as long as it will produce a clearly visible and legible image of the seal when copied or reproduced. The design of the seal must be the same as the design of the sample seal provided above except the name of the registrant and the registrant’s registration number must be substituted for the name and registration number shown. The diameter of the seal must be no smaller than one and one-half (1.5) inches.
Rubber, impression, or digital seals can be ordered from:
Rebel Stamp & Sign Co. (225) 387-4634
Ed Smith’s Stencil Works Ltd. (504) 525-2128
Examples of how to use your LA Registered Interior Designer number and NCIDQ credentials on your business card:
*The FIRM REGISTRATION was implemented in order to simplify advertising for firms who employ more than one Louisiana Registered Designer. When placing an ad for any printed advertisement, ordering letterhead, designing your website content, etc. you will now have the opportunity to simply state ‘Louisiana Registered Interior Design Firm’ or ‘LA Reg. ID Firm’ instead of listing individual licensee names and license numbers.