pietra dura italian: ˈpjɛːtra ˈduːra or pietre dure ˈpjɛːtre ˈduːre see below , called parchin kari or parchinkari persian: پرچین کاری in the indian subcontinent, is a term for the inlay technique of using cut and fitted, highly polished colored stones to create images. it is considered a decorative art.the stonework, after the work is assembled loosely, is .
the french tend to use jardinière for larger outdoor containers for plants, and for raised beds in gardens in some sort of isolated frame, such as a stone wall, expecially growing vegetables and herbs. in the sense in english jardinières, often without the accent, are most often made in pottery, but may be in metal, glass, plastic or wood .
margaret macdonald mackintosh 5 november 1864 – 7 january 1933 was an english-born artist who worked in scotland, and whose design work became one of the defining features of the 'glasgow style' during the 1890s.
jardinière is a french word, from the feminine form of 'gardener'.in english it means a decorative flower box or 'planter', a receptacle usually a ceramic pot or urn or a stand upon which, or into which, plants often in pots may be placed, usually indoors. the french themselves mostly refer to tabletop 'planter' versions of such receptacles as cachepots 'hide-pots' .
the decorative arts are arts or crafts whose object is the design and manufacture of objects that are both beautiful and functional. it includes interior design, but not usually architecture. the decorative arts are often categorized in distinction to the ' fine arts ', namely painting, ding, photography,.
wall decor wall decor chalkware included bath motifs like fish or mermaids, kitchen motifs like fruit, and 'wall pockets' that often were faces with small areas in the back suitable for air plants or plastic flowers. memorabilia tourist memorabilia included ashtrays, figures, bobble-heads and destination-specific representations.
is a millwork wall covering constructed from rigid or semi-rigid components. these are traditionally interlocking wood, but could be plastic or other materials. panelling was developed in antiquity to make rooms in stone buildings more comfortable. the panels served to insulate the room from the cold stone. in more modern buildings, such .
1960s décor refers to a distinct style of interior decoration that became prominent in the 1960s and early 1970s. green, such as pea green and drab , yellow, pink, and orange such as peach and saffron hues were popular for wallpaper, carpets, curtains, sofas, chair seats, and cushions, often with patterns or bright flowers.