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INTERIOR DESIGN

October 21st
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Gladys Millstein

on 21 February 2014

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Interior Design
By: Gladys Millstein
Structural Design
When the structure of an item or element is a key factor in the design.
Each element of the design has a purpose and is not just for aesthetics.
Structural Design:
In a Building
Structural Design:
In a Staircase
Structural Design:
In a Cocktail Table
Decorative Design
When the basic structure of an element is decorated in order to make it more aesthetically pleasing.
The changes can include adding color, line, texture, pattern and other ornamentation's to enhance the visual appeal.
In a Building
In a Staircase
In a Cocktail Table
Applied Ornamental:
Naturalistic
Realistic, natural or photographic design of an element from nature or in its natural form.
Naturalistic
Stylized
A stylized design is taken from the natural form and changed to suit the shape or purpose of the item to be decorated.
The stylized design resembles its natural form but is evident that it is not its natural form.
Abstract
Design that changes natural elements into forms that are not recognizable or that are transformed into none representational design.
Geometric
Design created by geometric patterns and shapes.
Such as stripes, plaids, zigzags, and chevron patterns
Elements of Design:
Design Type:
Positive and Negative Space
Elements of design: Line-

Predominantly Horizontal
Elements of design that create a feeling of repose and solidity
Elements of Design: Line- Vertical
Elements that provide the feeling of height, strength, and dignity
Elements of Design: Line- Curved
Curved lines give a room a graceful and delicate feeling.
Elements of Design: Line- Diagonal
Diagonal elements give a room the feeling of movement and action.
Elements of Design: Form, Shape, Mass-
Rectangles/ Squares
Elements of Design: Form, Shape, Mass-
Diagonal
Elements of Design: Form, Shape, Mass-
Curved
Elements of Design: Texture
Predominantly Rough
Concrete patio
Elements of Design: Texture -Smooth
Slab for counter top, 1 solid surface
Elements of Design: Texture- Shiny(Polished)
High polished marble floors
Elements of Design: Texture- Dull(Matte)
Elements of Design: Light - Uniform (low contrast)
Elements of Design: Light - Variable (high contrast)
Elements of Design: Color Scheme-
Achromatic
Elements of Design: Color Scheme-
Monochromatic
Elements of Design: Color Scheme-
Complementary
Elements of Design: Color Scheme-
Analogous
Principles of Design:
Golden Mean
Principles of Design: Balance-
Symmetrical
Principles of Design: Balance-
Asymmetrical
Principles of Design: Balance-
Radial
Principles of Design: Rhythm-
Repetition
Principles of Design: Rhythm-
Transition
Principles of Design: Rhythm-
Gradation
Principles of Design:
Emphasis
Flooring: Hard-
Ceramic
Flooring: Hard-
Granite or Marble
Flooring: Hard-
Wood
Flooring: Hard-
Vinyl or Rubber
Flooring: Soft-
Carpeting
Flooring: Soft-
Area Rugs
Ceiling: Flat
Ceiling- Shed
Ceiling- Gabled or Cathedral
Ceiling- Tray
Ceiling- Sculptured
Ceiling- Vaulted or Domed
Ceiling- Coffered
Ceiling-
None- Existent or Exposed Structure
Ceiling- Suspended
Walls: Wainscoting
Walls: Crown Moldings
Walls: Wall Covering
Walls: Glass Block
Walls: Mirror
Windows: Casement
Windows: Double Hung
Windows: Arched
Windows: Clerestory
Window Treatment: Hard
Venetian Blinds
Window Treatment: Hard
Vertical Blinds
Window Treatment: Hard
Shades
Window Treatment: Hard
Shutters
Window Treatment: Soft
Draperies
Window Treatment: Soft
Curtains
Window Treatment: Soft
Shades
Window Treatment: Soft
Valances
Window Treatment: Soft
Swag
Window Treatment: Soft
Cornice or Lambrequin
Fireplace
Furniture:
Klismos Chair
Furniture:
Savonarola Chair
Furniture:
French Fauteuil
Furniture:
Queen Anne Chair
Furniture:
Camelback Sofa
Furniture:
Windsor Chair
Furniture:
Barcelona Chair
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