Decorator Designs

decorator designs
  • A person whose job is to decorate the interior of buildings by painting the walls and hanging wallpaper
  • someone who decorates
  • A person whose job is to design the interior of someone's home, by choosing colors, carpets, materials, and furnishings
  • A person who decorates, in particular
  • interior designer: a person who specializes in designing architectural interiors and their furnishings
  • The Decorator is a 1920 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.
  • Decide upon the look and functioning of (a building, garment, or other object), typically by making a detailed drawing of it
  • (design) an arrangement scheme; "the awkward design of the keyboard made operation difficult"; "it was an excellent design for living"; "a plan for seating guests"
  • Do or plan (something) with a specific purpose or intention in mind
  • (design) plan: make or work out a plan for; devise; "They contrived to murder their boss"; "design a new sales strategy"; "plan an attack"
  • (design) plan something for a specific role or purpose or effect; "This room is not designed for work"
decorator designs - Design Rules:
Design Rules: The Insider's Guide to Becoming Your Own Decorator
Design Rules: The Insider's Guide to Becoming Your Own Decorator
Recipient of the Gold Medal in the Living Now Awards-Home Improvement

The essential do-it-yourself guide from one of the top designers in the country that uncovers the secret home design rules used by the pros

Many design books are filled with lavish photography of perfect rooms that most of us can only dream of re-creating. Without any practical advice, the look is unattainable. That's where Design Rules comes in. Here, Elaine Griffin, one of the country's 100 top designers (House Beautiful), explains all the practical decorating standards that professionals use behind the scenes to create flowing, balanced, gorgeous design. Packed with helpful illustrations and hundreds of step-by-step tips, Design Rules includes essential advice such as:

•Pick a pleasing color palette (that really works)

•Correctly size their bedsize tables (so they don't tower over their beds)

•Enhance the visual appeal of windowless rooms (so they're not dungeons)

•Design furniture arrangements that function and flow

•Style up even the most forlorn kitchens, baths and yes, basements and laundry rooms (honey, no space is too dreadful to be made ultra fab)

•Brighten up their kitchens with a can of paint and a burst of strategically- placed color (location, location, location!)

•Figure out which styles of furniture go together (there is a rule and it's easy!)

•Make their own personalities shine throughout their homes (because they should)

•And oodles more!

Design Rules is for the growing number of savvy, novice home designers who are well-versed in what good design looks like, but need advice on how to translate it into their own home. It is the home design bible people have been waiting for.

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Anna Handbag Decorator Fabrics
Anna Handbag Decorator Fabrics
Decorator woven fabrics with fun linings and silk trim make this vintage inspired bag appealing. It has 4 inner pockets with tabs that actually button so that handles can be interchanged for a different look. $178 with $15 dollars for shipping contact us at we accept all major credit cards
"Magnum, P.I.", Lingerie Sex Shop Set, Set Decorator, Rick Romer, TV, Honolulu, Hawaii
"Magnum, P.I.", Lingerie Sex Shop Set, Set Decorator, Rick Romer, TV, Honolulu, Hawaii
A set we created in an empty downtown building for "Never On A Sunday" lingerie shop. For more info and photos see:

decorator designs
decorator designs
Designers on Design
Cell phones, watches, coffee cups, grand pianos, light fixtures, even a dog house. Consumer products are brought to life through designers’ imagination and ingenuity, and Terence Conran and Max Fraser present some of the biggest names in the business and the items they’ve created.
Between the covers of Designers on Design are interviews with more than a hundred designers, who answer such questions as:
What was your big break?;
What or who has most influenced your work?;
What elements of the design process do you find particularly frustrating?; and
To what level will you compromise to satisfy your client?
This beautifully illustrated book shows key pieces from each designer, along with a timeline that highlights major developments in the field from the early 1900s to the beginning of this century. Designers on Design provides a rare insight into the creative thought processes of today’s leading designers in their own words.