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Suhaylah

Kilian Eisenmenger

Decorator

Commodities

Tools for cleaning, painting, and grooming, used in various industries and households.

Brushes

Hardware items used for hanging or securing objects.

Hooks

Pigmented liquids used for coloring surfaces, artistic expression, and protection.

Paints

Wallpaper: Decorative covering for interior walls.

Wallpaper

Provide privacy, insulation, and decoration for windows.

Curtains

Delicate fabric characterized by intricate patterns, used in clothing and decorative items.

Lace

Ceramic objects made from clay and fired at high temperatures, used for various purposes.

Pottery

Structural support for pictures, mirrors, and other items.

Frames

Decorative items used to embellish clothing, accessories, or living spaces.

Ornaments

Textile floor coverings used for warmth, comfort, and decoration.

Rugs

A decorator enhances interior spaces with furnishings, fabrics, and decorative elements. They select colors, patterns, and accessories to create cohesive and visually appealing environments that reflect clients' tastes and lifestyles.

Colonists can thank decorators for providing interior design services, furnishing colonial homes and public spaces with decorative elements and furnishings, enhancing comfort and ambiance.

Tools of the Trade

Decorative items (vases, sculptures, artwork)
Furniture (chairs, tables, lamps)
Fabrics (curtains, upholstery)
Accessories (rugs, pillows, mirrors)

Sights, Smells, Sounds

Sights: Walls adorned with rolls of wallpaper and fabric samples, tables displaying decorative ornaments and trimmings, brushes, and paint cans arranged neatly on shelves, a decorator meticulously arranging furnishings and accessories.

Smells: The fresh scent of paint and varnish, the subtle aroma of potpourri and scented candles, the faint fragrance of floral arrangements.

Sounds: The swish of paintbrushes on walls, the tap of hammers hanging pictures and mirrors, the rustle of fabric being draped, the soft hum of background music.

Shops

Colonial Interiors, owned by Thomas and Elizabeth Parker, is an interior decorating firm situated in Newport, Rhode Island, specializing in colonial-style interior design and furnishings for affluent colonial households.

Charleston Decorators, operated by James and Mary Wilson, is a decorating company based in Charleston, South Carolina, offering colonial-inspired decor and styling services for homes and businesses.

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