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111+ Exterior Window Trim Kits ~ Art Facade

When you design an opening at home, the customer often has a lot of technical issues associated with installing, joining and installing the window decor elements. We offer more than 100 exterior window trim kits by which you can count your windows and place an order.

The first and most basic question is what material is best used for decorative window decoration from the outside. Our façade products made of foam plastic have proved their practicality, lightness, aesthetics, durability and the most basic – the best price-quality ratio for many years.

Therefore, polystyrene foam polystyrene is the best material for decorating windows with decor. On the examples below, you can also see the significant difference between finishing the windows with your own hands (manually) and manufactured in the production conditions of foam products.

Surely you saw a lot of houses with rectangular frames around the windows – this is the

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Art Deco Decor Custom Luxury Lighting, Furniture, Sculpture, Home Decor & More

Who Are We?

For over 30 years Art Deco Decor has provided high-end luxury lighting, bronze sculpture, fine metal furniture, hardware and antique repair for: hotels, casinos, restaurants, fine art lovers and well known designers around the world. Our design, work and products have been humbly seen and featured all over the world within the most prestigious publications and renowned locations.

About Our Products

Art Deco Decor takes pride in providing the highest quality, most luxurious and quality crafted tables, pedestals, lighting fixtures, antiques, furniture and bronze sculpture at direct manufacturer wholesale pricing to: Interior Designers, Design Firms, Lighting Designers, Furniture Designers, Antique Dealers, Home Owners, Sculptors, Fine Artists, and Contractors.

Services We Provide

Art Deco Decor provides: Direct-to-Consumer Production, Construction of Design , Rework of Original Construction, Research and Development, Re-Design, Original Commercial and Home Lighting Design, Design Collaboration, Furniture Pattern Making, Casting, Mold Making, Marble and More!

Antique

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20 Bold Art- Deco Inspired Living Room Designs

20 Bold Art- Deco Inspired Living Room Designs


The design style that hold its roots in the 20’s of the last century- Art-Deco is still a big influence in the modern interior design. The Art-Deco style is a specific eclectic blend of prominent colors such as gold and silver with combinations of soft muted colors: beige, cream, off white. The basic decor line of this truly imposing and modern interior style is often curvy due to the eclectic nature of Art-Deco. Art-Deco is our warm recommendation to everybody who strive to create a living space with sharp and yet soft appearance. Art Deco living room holds a really modern and chic statement and has a bold visual appearance with artistic and modern touch. We’ve gathered a showcase of 20 Bold Art Deco Living Room Ideas that could inspire you. Enjoy!

Art Deco Living Room

Image Source: The Lighthouse keeper

The appearance of this bold Art-Deco living room is

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Interior Design | COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN

Darius in studio

Darius LeBeaux

Bachelor of Interior Design

Darius LeBeaux didn’t come to LSU intending to study interior design. “I was a biology major first, and I found myself unhappy,” he shared.

When he was young, Darius was interested in interior design without necessarily realizing it: he would re-arrange the furniture in his room every season, and when he arrived to new spaces he liked to run through to explore them, curious about the new interiors.

“I wanted to be able to use my creativity, and I was curious about interior design, so I decided to switch.”

That curiosity grew into passion. “What interests me the most about interior design is the design process: coming up with a concept, space planning, and construction documents – because every project has its own challenges. Those challenges make you think and learn something new every time.”

As a designer Darius aspires to create spaces “where

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How to Become an Interior Designer || The Art Career Project

7. Alternatives to an Interior Design Degree – Independent Study

If you want to learn how to become an interior designer but the traditional path of design school isn’t for you, you can undergo independent study. You may have certain limitations in some states as to where you can work without licensure, and licensure requires education. However, there are many interior design career opportunities available for self-taught designers, provided that they have the same robust skills that a design school graduate does.

Here are the basic concepts you’ll need to study:

Principles of Interior Design

Read books and study other materials that cover the basics of interior design, including the principles of color, light, scale, and space. Learn how to design a space from concept to completion.

Drawing and Perspective

As an interior designer, you’ll need to create sketches of your ideas to show to clients. Learning how to draw

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Graphic design | art | Britannica

Graphic design, the art and profession of selecting and arranging visual elements—such as typography, images, symbols, and colours—to convey a message to an audience. Sometimes graphic design is called “visual communications,” a term that emphasizes its function of giving form—e.g., the design of a book, advertisement, logo, or Web site—to information. An important part of the designer’s task is to combine visual and verbal elements into an ordered and effective whole. Graphic design is therefore a collaborative discipline: writers produce words and photographers and illustrators create images that the designer incorporates into a complete visual communication.

The evolution of graphic design as a practice and profession has been closely bound to technological innovations, societal needs, and the visual imagination of practitioners. Graphic design has been practiced in various forms throughout history; indeed, strong examples of graphic design date back to manuscripts in ancient China, Egypt, and Greece. As printing

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