There comes a time in the life of a child when it’s time to do a review decoration . That might look like replacing your Ikea furniture that saw through college or designing a new home with his another significant . Whatever the case, taking on a project of interior design can be a great company. I knew I had a lot to learn when I moved into my first apartment! Having little or no experience in the design, I quickly realized that there were some terms that need to update before making any large purchase. Words like chinesca and etagere were lost on me. If this sounds all too familiar to you, I created a cheat sheet to help ease their struggles.
Then I created with ten of the words interior design you might not know a dictionary. I would like to have known these terms myself and I hope it will help you out too! Keep scrolling to see what words are on the list …
1. The chair – shaz lawng
a long low chair with an arm that resembles a couch.
2. Wardrobe – arm-WAAR
An ornate cabinet or cabinet.
3. Wainscot – ebbing-skit
wood paneling usually the lower half of the walls a room.
4. Chinoiserie – brightness-wah-zuh-ree
Chinese motifs usually from 18 ap decorate century art, furniture and architecture.
5. etagere – aw-TAH-zhair
A piece of furniture that has a number of open shelves.
6. Bergere – bur-zhair
A French upholstered chair from the fourth century 18 .
7. Toile – Twal
A first version of a garment made of fine linen or cloth designed for try a pattern.
8. Faux Bois – enemy-bwah
An imitation wood or wood grain.
9. Ikat – e-cat
Indonesia decorative fabric that is dyed before weaving.
10. Settee – SE-TE
A piece of furniture upholstered back and arms with capacity for more than one person.
some have usually mispronounced words that can be added to this list?
I would like to know what are the comments!