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Danish sideboard / cabine

Danish sideboard / cabinet in teak. Drop door in front and behind interior in birch wood. Steel in solid oak. Music rack or bar cabinet? 1960s. See more at Houz.dk or contact us for further info. Teak lav sknk / teak skab. Meget fint opbevarings-mbel udfrt i teak. Lav sknk m/ front klap og her bag: Hylde / rum/ lodret opdeling m/ X udfrt i birketr Stel / ben i massiv eg. Oplagt som tv-mbel bar-skab og s meget andet... Dansk design & mbelproducent 1960rne. Stand: ny-renoveret H:71cm L:100cm B:38cm Vare nr. 17375. Pris: kr. 1.900,- #barskab #teaksknk #tvmbel #teaksideboard #teakfurniture #rosewoodfurniture #midcenturymodern #interior #retro #vintage #boligindretning #interiordesign #danishdesign #scandinavianfurniture #retrofund #houzdk #decor #home #danskdesign #retroguld #brugtedesignmbler #teakmbler #nordicstyle #scandinaviandesign #vintagefurniture #tilsalg #interir #indretning #wholesale #followme

Dicas @trisoftbrasil - Em

Dicas @trisoftbrasil - Em se tratando de ambientes residenciais, no h nada mais importante do que garantir conforto e segurana para toda a famlia. Por isso, um dos itens que no pode ficar de fora das construes da atualidade isolamento acstico residencial. J existem provas cientficas do efeito incmodo e nocivo do rudo sobre o ser humano. So reaes como aumento da presso arterial, acelerao da pulsao, dilatao das pupilas, acrscimo da produo de adrenalina e contrao dos vasos sanguneos. Conhea as solues Trisoft: www.trisoft.com.br (ou clique no link na descrio do perfil) - Saiba mais em @trisoftbrasil . #reciclavel#sustentavel #sustentabilidade #ecologico#meioambiente #reciclagem #acustica#acustico #isolamentoacustico #garrafapet#trisoft #decor #decoracao #construo#arquitetura #textil #hotel #hotelaria #redehoteleira #greenbuilding #brinquedos #pelucia #puericultura #container

It's humpday! Yay! 
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It's humpday! Yay! . Bergfest! Noch zwei Tage bis zum Wochenende! Und heute habe ich mir vorgenommen produktiv zu sein. Es wollen Rezensionen geschrieben, Blogbeitrge berarbeitet und Fotos gemacht werden. Ob ich das heute noch alles hinkriege ...? Ich muss ja gestehen, dass ich im Moment in so einem leichten Schwebezustand verweile. Ich mchte etwas ndern, ich mchte gewisse Ziele und Projekte angehen und erreichen, hab aber null Ahnung wie bzw. wo ich da ansetzen soll. Das ist mitunter auch etwas anstrengend und frustrierend fr mein Kpfchen. Kennt ihr so einen Zustand und habt ihr Tipps, wie man eher zum "Abschluss" kommt? Habt einen wunderbaren Mittwoch! . #bookstagram #interior #diningroom #letsread #muglove #blackandwhite #books #whitebooks #booksofinstagram #instabooks #igreads #reading #lesen #eineandereperspektive #momentsofmine #einpaargedanken #booksandtea #coffee #interiorlove #decor #bookaddict #bookstagramfeature #bookstagramfeatures #tv_allwhite #still_life_gallery #thatsdarling #blogger_de #germanblogger #dailyinsta #livethelittlethings

Arte para caneca  Pronta

Arte para caneca Pronta entrega O produto j vai embalado para presente e com brindes Entrega gratuita em alguns pontos de Fortaleza Enviamos para todo Brasil ACEITAMOS CARTES #bomdia | #quadros | #quadrospersonalizados | #quadros prticas | #almofadas | #almofadaspersonalizadas | #canecas | #geek | #nerd | #netflix | #frases | #enquadrando | #poster | #frases | #enquadra | #decor | #decorao | #decor | #netflix | #love | #howimetyourmother | #love | #quadrinhos | #tvshow | #serie | #fortaleza | #cear | #brasil

An extract on #decor

In the past, interiors were put together instinctively as a part of the process of building. The profession of interior design has been a consequence of the development of society and the complex architecture that has resulted from the development of industrial processes. The pursuit of effective use of space, user well-being and functional design has contributed to the development of the contemporary interior design profession. The profession of interior design is separate and distinct from the role of Interior Decorator, a term commonly used in the US. The term is less common in the UK where the profession of interior design is still unregulated and therefore, strictly speaking, not yet officially a profession. In ancient India, architects used to work as interior designers. This can be seen from the references of Vishwakarma the architect - one of the gods in Indian mythology. Additionally, the sculptures depicting ancient texts and events are seen in palaces built in 17th-century India. In ancient Egypt, "soul houses" or models of houses were placed in tombs as receptacles for food offerings. From these, it is possible to discern details about the interior design of different residences throughout the different Egyptian dynasties, such as changes in ventilation, porticoes, columns, loggias, windows, and doors. Throughout the 17th and 18th century and into the early 19th century, interior decoration was the concern of the homemaker, or an employed upholsterer or craftsman who would advise on the artistic style for an interior space. Architects would also employ craftsmen or artisans to complete interior design for their buildings.

In the mid-to-late 19th century, interior design services expanded greatly, as the middle class in industrial countries grew in size and prosperity and began to desire the domestic trappings of wealth to cement their new status. Large furniture firms began to branch out into general interior design and management, offering full house furnishings in a variety of styles. This business model flourished from the mid-century to 1914, when this role was increasingly usurped by independent, often amateur, designers. This paved the way for the emergence of the professional interior design in the mid-20th century. In the 1950s and 1960s, upholsterers began to expand their business remits. They framed their business more broadly and in artistic terms and began to advertise their furnishings to the public. To meet the growing demand for contract interior work on projects such as offices, hotels, and public buildings, these businesses became much larger and more complex, employing builders, joiners, plasterers, textile designers, artists, and furniture designers, as well as engineers and technicians to fulfil the job. Firms began to publish and circulate catalogs with prints for different lavish styles to attract the attention of expanding middle classes. As department stores increased in number and size, retail spaces within shops were furnished in different styles as examples for customers. One particularly effective advertising tool was to set up model rooms at national and international exhibitions in showrooms for the public to see. Some of the pioneering firms in this regard were Waring & Gillow, James Shoolbred, Mintons, and Holland & Sons. These traditional high-quality furniture making firms began to play an important role as advisers to unsure middle class customers on taste and style, and began taking out contracts to design and furnish the interiors of many important buildings in Britain. This type of firm emerged in America after the Civil War. The Herter Brothers, founded by two German emigre brothers, began as an upholstery warehouse and became one of the first firms of furniture makers and interior decorators. With their own design office and cabinet-making and upholstery workshops, Herter Brothers were prepared to accomplish every aspect of interior furnishing including decorative paneling and mantels, wall and ceiling decoration, patterned floors, and carpets and draperies. A pivotal figure in popularizing theories of interior design to the middle class was the architect Owen Jones, one of the most influential design theorists of the nineteenth century. Jones' first project was his most importantin 1851 he was responsible for not only the decoration of Joseph Paxtons gigantic Crystal Palace for the Great Exhibition, but also for the arrangement of the exhibits within. He chose a controversial palette of red, yellow, and blue for the interior ironwork and, despite initial negative publicity in the newspapers, was eventually unveiled by Queen Victoria to much critical acclaim. His most significant publication was The Grammar of Ornament (1856), in which Jones formulated 37 key principles of interior design and decoration. Jones was employed by some of the leading interior design firms of the day; in the 1860s he worked in collaboration with the London firm Jackson & Graham to produce furniture and other fittings for high-profile clients including art collector Alfred Morrison and the Khedive of Egypt, Ismail Pasha. In 1882, the London Directory of the Post Office listed 80 interior decorators. Some of the most distinguished companies of the period were Crace, Waring & Gillow and Holland & Sons; famous decorators employed by these firms included Thomas Edward Collcutt, Edward William Godwin, Charles Barry, Gottfried Semper, and George Edmund Street.

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