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Home Decorators Collection Catalog
- In museums and archives, the collection of objects or material is normally catalogued in a collection catalog (or collections catalog).
- (decorator) someone who decorates
- A person who decorates, in particular
- A person whose job is to design the interior of someone's home, by choosing colors, carpets, materials, and furnishings
- The Decorators were a post punk band from Manchester, England, formed in 1980. They released two albums before splitting up in 1984.
- (decorator) interior designer: a person who specializes in designing architectural interiors and their furnishings
- A person whose job is to decorate the interior of buildings by painting the walls and hanging wallpaper
- Of or relating to the place where one lives
- provide with, or send to, a home
- Relating to one's own country and its domestic affairs
- home(a): used of your own ground; "a home game"
- Made, done, or intended for use in the place where one lives
- at or to or in the direction of one's home or family; "He stays home on weekends"; "after the game the children brought friends home for supper"; "I'll be home tomorrow"; "came riding home in style"; "I hope you will come home for Christmas"; "I'll take her home"; "don't forget to write home"
home decorators collection catalog - Star Vistas:
Star Vistas: A Collection of Fine Art Astrophotography
Most people are familiar with the spectacular Hubble Space Telescope images - most of them in the public domain and available on the Internet. These images, constrained by the scientific observing programs, are mainly very distant, strange objects. There are very few high-quality books of wide-field deep-sky images, primarily because the major professional telescopes are scheduled for research projects rather than creating beautiful images. Star Vistas contains many spectacular photographs of the Moon and constellations, but most of the book contains wide-field astronomical images and some of the most exquisite star photographs ever made. Moreover, all these astronomical photographs were made using commercially-available amateur equipment and software! This is a testament to the development of today's optical and imaging technology, the excellence of relatively low-cost telescopes and cameras, to the author's skills in taking the photographs, and to Noel Carboni's skill in processing the images. Whether it is to be used as a reference and gold standard for amateur imaging, or simply as a book of beautiful images of the night sky to be marvelled at, this book deserves a place in the library of anyone interested in our fascinating universe.
Today was an awesome day of second hand shopping. First, we scored a chest of drawers at a friend's yard sale. It's going to become much needed craft storage in my craft room. After that we headed out to this little collection of thrift shops on the outskirts of Tallahassee. We scored all THAT^ in the first shop alone and didn't even bother with the others, ha :P My boyfriend found most of the things. We didn't even have to dig around that much - it was a friggen goldmine of stuff. The goods: - A large decorator's book of wallpaper / fabric samples. It's full of travel type prints - faux sea charts, maps, classy animal prints. - The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (1985) - McCall's You-Do-It Home Decorating magazine (Spring-Summer 1967) - A 1979 re-print of a 1909 Sears Roebuck Catalog - A 1990 Map of Tampa - A stack of 5 Oprah Magazines - A box filled with rub-ons (watch faces, skeleton keys, birdcages) plus a bottle of pink soap, a hand-carved stamp & a silver ink pad - And an owl bank to round it off. All of this for $15! Yeeeeahuhh! (Oh, and there was also a new roll of Pikachu wrapping paper we got for my daughter, but it didn't make the group pic.)
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home decorators collection catalog
In the latter half of the twentieth century, Los Angeles took off as an international art capital. Catalog L.A. presents acomprehensive timeline of the burgeoning art scene that reflected the city's mlange of pop culture, celebrity, and political influences. Hundreds of images covering all the major exhibitions of the eraalong with excerpts from film, television, literature, and current eventsprovide a historical perspective on the metropolis's cultural and artistic innovations. A compendium of modern art, ephemera, critical texts, and revealing interviews, this archive chronicles the city's thirty-year metamorphosis into an art giant. Based upon a major retrospective at the Centre Pompidou in 2006, Catalog L.A. illuminates a radical period that forever altered the landscape of contemporary art.