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Synonyms for furnishing

a piece of equipment for comfort or convenience

Synonyms for furnishing

(usually plural) accessory wearing apparel

(usually plural) the instrumentalities (furniture and appliances and other movable accessories including curtains and rugs) that make a home (or other area) livable

the act of decorating a house or room

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We are delighted to announce the launch of artnet's new Decorative Art Price Database," said Hans Neuendorf, CEO of artnet AG.
By World War II, the theoretical debate about decorative art had in fact come to an end among Modernist designers and artists.
Freeman's invites all interested collectors to attend the International Furniture & Decorative Arts exhibition, showing in conjunction with English & Continental Furniture & Decorative Arts and Old Master Paintings Monday, October 3 through Wednesday, October 5.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- David Rago, the respected expert and auctioneer of 20th century decorative arts, debuts the first curated online auction site for unique art pottery, furnishings, metal work, textiles, prints and photography from the 20th century.
The company's Art Framing Group serves the decorative art and fine art markets; the Financial Services Group serves the life and health insurance, property & casualty insurance and mortgage origination markets; and the Industrial Group serves the commercial construction, material handling, and maintenance repair and operations ("MRO") markets.
Leslie Hindman Auctioneers will be offering the original contents on the Castle's behalf, including over 100 lots of fine furniture and decorative arts.
The current exhibition will allow the participants to get acquainted with a rich and unique cultural heritage of the Turkmen people, modern fine and decorative arts of Turkmenistan and to intensify relations between the scientific communities of the two countries.
Ensuring the extension of a building permit for the implementation of the 11 geothermal wells HV-1 to HV-11 for construction of the Central Depository of Decorative Arts in Prague - the validity of the original building permit expired in June 2013.
Moreover, each region and even each country has its own unique styles of decorative arts, which emerge from their experience and express something unique about them.
Christie Jackson, curator of decorative arts, said she's had to prep the interpretive staff who would likely be asked about the spellings.
The Mademoiselle Armoire (wardrobe) from Koket, has been designed with a profound admiration and influence of the French decorative arts.
Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World's Fairs, 1851-1939 at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City and the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh addressed an important part of the history of the orientation of ceramics toward exhibition.
Recognized for its classic Southern charm and rich history, Columbus knows how to celebrate the world of decorative arts and antiques in grand fashion.
Hay (Institute of Fine Arts, New York) points out that objects that signify 'China' in the West were a product of the period of circa 1570-1840, when China became the dominant force in the global export trade and decorative arts became part of the Western visual environment.
A provider of high-end home fabrics, Baranzelli Home will move into 2,150 s/f of space in the heart of the Decorative Arts District.