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  • Dating from the same time
  • characteristic of the present; "contemporary trends in design"; "the role of computers in modern-day medicine"
  • Living or occurring at the same time
  • Belonging to or occurring in the present
  • belonging to the present time; "contemporary leaders"
  • a person of nearly the same age as another
  • (accessory) accessary: aiding and abetting in a crime; "he was charged with being accessory to the crime"
  • A small article or item of clothing carried or worn to complement a garment or outfit
  • (accessory) a supplementary component that improves capability
  • A thing that can be added to something else in order to make it more useful, versatile, or attractive
  • Someone who gives assistance to the perpetrator of a crime, without directly committing it, sometimes without being present
  • (accessory) clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing
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  • Interior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.
  • The design, furnishing and decorating of the home or apartment; the products used to decorate a home.
  • any decorative items that make your house or garden feel like your home – often available in themes and groupings
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(JTA-Brown) Angelynn's Jewelry Tree A - Contemporary Styled Long Necklace, Bracelet & Earring Holder - Modern Jewelry Organizer Storage Rack - Display Stand
(JTA-Brown) Angelynn's Jewelry Tree A - Contemporary Styled Long Necklace, Bracelet & Earring Holder - Modern Jewelry Organizer Storage Rack - Display Stand
If you have a number of necklaces, bracelets and other jewelry items that are overflowing from your jewelry box, using a quality necklace tree or jewelry organizer is certainly something that can solve the problem. I have designed the very best high quality jewelry storage solutions. They were created for personal home use; however they are heavy duty enough for retail or commercial use. Getting your jewelry organized solves the common problem of tangled, damaged and missing necklaces and other jewelry. Angelynn's can help you get and keep your necklaces, bracelets and more up and out of harm's way seen at a glance and tangle free. Now you can de-clutter your jewelry armoire, jewelry chest or jewelry box and in many cases replace them along with the drawers, tackle boxes, tie racks and other non-user friendly jewelry storage containers. If you think you need a larger capacity necklace holder because you have so many necklaces, take inventory, and then purchase as many as you need. Angelynn's Jewelry Organizers are my very own trademarked and copy written designs. They and are not made with cheap metal, cheap finishes or by cheap labor. This jewelry display stand is Made in the USA Handcrafted one at a time by Skilled American Welders and Powder Coaters using 100% Carbon Steel, no mystery metals, tin or lead and we only use the very best baked on powder-coat finishes. Our products are lead free, non-caustic and non-corrosive. Our line of Jewelry Organizers, Earring Holders and Necklace Trees are a great way to safely store your jewelry, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings and so much more. They are a great organizing gift idea for girls and women of all ages. Available in different styles, colors and finishes matching most any retail store or home decor'.

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Contemporary Bedroom Design
Contemporary Bedroom Design
Contemporary Bedroom Design. Used existing furnishing, new window treatments, carpeting, lighting, paint, bedding and accessories.
Contemporary Living Room
Contemporary Living Room
Contemporary livingroom design. New furnishings, window treatments, flooring, lighting, paint and accessories.

contemporary home decor accessories
contemporary home decor accessories
This text provides a definition and examination of the so-called "contemporary" style that dominated architecture and design from the late 1940s and throughout the 1950s. In those years of increasing promise and prosperity, a fresh and liberating style was hallmarked by open-plan interiors and vibrant fabric design, manifesting itself in the picture window and the open plan; in vibrant fabric design and printed wall coverings; in new forms of furniture from Scandinavia and stylish light fittings from Italy; and most tellingly in the "Contemporary" kitchen with its fitted units and "mod con" appliances. Included is work by Charles Eames, Pierre Koenig, Arne Jacobsen and Lucienne Day. More than a collection of 50s nostalgia, this book provides a survey of trends in taste and interior design at the time of economic regeneration that affected not only people's homes but their communities and public buildings.

In the years after World War II, the theory-laden modern movement blossomed into popular "contemporary" design. Le Corbusier and Levitt, Brussels and L.A. reinforced concrete and Formica--all became part of a trend towards sleek, functional, pared-down design. This excellent book could have been a compendium of '50s architectural and interior memorabilia, and therefore a success with nostalgia buffs (who will also love it), but it is far more than that. Lesley Jackson has written an intelligent, entertaining book on the intersection of life and design in the postwar era. Chapters include "The Birth of the 'Contemporary' Style"; "The House"; "The Interior"; "Decoration and Fittings"; "Furniture and Furnishings"; and "Society Goes 'Contemporary.'" Its scope is broad, beginning with a beguiling, campy advertising photo showing a housewife at cocktail time, poised in her powder-blue cocktail dress, and her husband, who is reaching into a sleek, chrome-and-Formica credenza, perhaps the home of their record player. The book ends with Brasilia, the capital city built between 1956 and 1960 that brought Brazil to the verge of economic collapse. In between are colorful looks at the houses and furniture of Ray and Charles Eames; the early European proponents of modernism; Frank Lloyd Wright's seminal Fallingwater; the various uses of concrete, stone, brick, and other materials for texture and color; the melding of interior and exterior space; the fun colors of prototypical Marimekko fabrics; the early idealism of designing for "the masses"; and the now almost quaint social optimism from which the pervasive culture of materialism emerged. --Peggy Moorman