Decoration Staff - Chubby Chef Decor - Fake Fireplace Decoration
- The process or art of decorating or adorning something
- the act of decorating something (in the hope of making it more attractive)
- something used to beautify
- A thing that serves as an ornament
- an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event
- Provide (an organization, business, etc.) with staff
- provide with staff; "This position is not always staffed"
- personnel who assist their superior in carrying out an assigned task; "the hospital has an excellent nursing staff"; "the general relied on his staff to make routine decisions"
- a strong rod or stick with a specialized utilitarian purpose; "he walked with the help of a wooden staff"
decoration staff - Decoration: The
Decoration: The Grand Manner - In Romantic Mood - Austere Simplicity - Informal Elegance - Unusual and Unexpected (The Connaissance des Arts Collection)
Original decoration, informal, in the grand manner, romantic and austere. This sumptuous volume is divided into five chapters, exploring the five languages of contemporary interior decoration and its rules. Included are a tour of the house or apartment, beginning with the foyer and continuing up the stairs, through the halls and bedrooms, and sometimes into the kitchen and bathrooms. At the end of the book is an index of furniture classified by styles.
320 pages, 312 photographs, including 42 full-color, tipped-in plates. Cloth binding, fine-quality paper and a laminated illustrated jacket in color.
Decorations, Hari Raya Aidilfitri : general view 
This photograph shows the decorations that have been set up at Geylang Serai to welcome the festive month, Hari Raya Aidilfitri. The decorations follow the concept of batik and kampong roof theme to reflect the Malay community. Title devised by Library staff.
Fasnacht decoration at the staff canteen
Lucerne in pre-Fasnacht fever. The staff canteen for postal and public transportation services is already decorated with an awfully beautiful mask [which is my attempt to translate the Swiss German expression ruudig schone Grend]
The perfect companion to the successful Garden House (40,000 copies sold), Floral House is a beautifully photographed book of ideas that are utterly modern in their simplicity and timeless in their appeal. With a fresh, clean approach to decorating with florals, this lush guide inspires the creation of elegant rooms that echo the color and beauty of nature. Floral House proves that it doesn't take a lot of time or money to transform the look of your home. Small simple accents have dramatic results--a flowery duvet rejuvenates the bedroom, a plain couch gets a facelift with a vibrant patterned slipcover, and the addition of rosy wallpaper transforms a dull kitchen. Whether it's soft shades, cool tones, sun-drenched hues, or deeper colors, here are hundreds of innovative ideas to suit any style. Arranged by color palette, Floral House offers a variety of color combinations for all rooms in the home. With page after colorful page of inspiration, Floral House is brimming with ways to create warm, inviting spaces that bloom with color.
Nothing adds warmth and vitality to a room as simply as a bouquet of fresh flowers or a floral fabric wall hanging. Quite simply, flowers, in any form, bring a room to life. Floral House, a collection of designs by stylist Julia Bird, presents numerous ways to use floral motifs--whether cut-flower bouquets, floral fabrics, or floral china patterns--as simple decorative accents that can add freshness and spark to any room.
The book is cleverly arranged according to five different palettes so that readers can easily find ideas that complement their homes and sense of style. "Fresh and Light," for instance, focuses on pale creams, leaf greens, and sunny yellows--the bright, clear colors of spring--while "Deep and Exotic" presents the bold contrasts of black and white punctuated with inky purples, lively bright pinks, rich deep reds, and dusky violets.
Bird has designed lovely rooms--from bedrooms and living rooms to kitchens and home offices--that are at once spare and inviting. She offers practical advice throughout the book with directives to "play with the differences in scale, texture, period and style, and shade when mixing prints of the same color," and to include a few "just for fun" accessories in each room to add humor and personality. Clever touches, such as decorating a dangling light cord by wrapping an artificial orchid around it or clipping a bunch of antique violets from an old hat brim to a plain lamp shade, are sprinkled throughout the book.
More than anything else, Floral House shows that simple accents that take precious little time to create can have dramatic impact on the feel of a room. Readers are sure to find many ideas for freshening up their homes in the book's lovely photographs and engaging text. --Robin Donovan