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Moroccan Decorating Style

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ArchitectureDecor facility where information on all the needs of house decorating and inspiration on architecture construction.   This is a Moroccan Decorating Style. Moroccan decor is beautiful, ornate, and warm. A mixture of Arabic, French and Spanish art deco and Berber style is very exotic and involves a large number. Atraditional Moroccan style is decorated so its modernized version is lighter, with some traditional Moroccan accessories on a clean background. The colors in the Moroccan style are quiet rich golden orange and blue and green of this style is of the nature and […]

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How To Give Traditional Furniture Modern Makeover

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ArchitectureDecor facility where information on all the needs of house decorating and inspiration on architecture construction. This is a How To Give Traditional Furniture Modern Makeover. Dransfield and Ross certainly know how to give a traditional piece of furniture a modern makeover. Taking the traditional form of decoration chairs Dransfield and Ross put a modern emphasis on color and filled with joy and adding a nice contrast with the design of the tank. This series of tapes upholstered Louis XVchairs are beautiful pieces of wood with a classic touch that comes with brightly […]

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Art Nouveau Decorating Style

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ArchitectureDecor facility where information on all the needs of house decorating and inspiration on architecture construction. This is a Art Nouveau Decorating Style. Art Nouveau Decorating Style began to emerge in the 1890s with the Arts & Crafts movement. Very artistic and drew its sinuous patterns of nature and the arts. The lines are curved like plants and themes are influenced by nature – butterflies, dragonflies, birds, peacock feathers, and vines. The curves and floral patterns are very common in Art Nouveau style.   Art Nouveau colors are subtle and muted pastels and include olive, mustard, brown, lavender, […]

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