Annual Annual - A plant that grows, flowers, goes to seed and dies in one year.
Art Deco Art Deco - Art deco is a decorating style that was popular during the latter 1920s and early 1930s. This style originated in Paris, France, and is known for its geometric patterns, angular shapes and bold colors.
Art Nouveau Art Nouveau - Originating in Paris, France, art nouveau is a decorating style that was popular during the 1920s. In French, art nouveau means "new art" and is defined by organic and flowing lines.
Arts and Crafts Arts and Crafts - Arts and Crafts was a decorating style that flourished from the late 1800s to the 1920s in Europe and America. Because the look features clean lines and straightforward style, furnishings and textiles feature simple motifs in a nature-inspired color palette.
Cabriole Leg Cabriole Leg - A style often found in Queen Anne furniture.
Color Wheel Color Wheel - A color wheel is a chart that shows the spectrum of colors and how they relate to one another.
Etagere Etagere - A series of shelves supported by columns. Used to display collectibles and other decorative items.
French Provencal French Provencal - French Provencal is a country style of decorating from France that features bright colors, floral prints and painted wood furniture.
Gauge Gauge - Gauge describes the thickness of an aluminum slat. Aluminum blinds come in 6-gauge (.006" thickness) and 9-gauge thickness (.009" thickness). Thicker blinds are generally more durable.
Kiln Dried Kiln Dried - Lumber is dried slowly in a kiln to prevent warping and cracking; this is superior to air drying because the speed and air temperature can be controlled. enim.
Lowboy Lowboy - A low chest or tables with drawers.
Natural Fiber Rugs Natural Fiber Rugs - Made of sisal, jute, seagrass, coir or bamboo, natural fiber rugs are often used in casual settings such as a porch or family room.
Patina Patina - Patina is an aged or faded look.
Sideboard Sideboard - Also known as a buffet or credenza. A sideboard is typically used as an accessory item during meals. It is a wide cabinet with drawers or doors.
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Tertiary Tertiary - Tertiary colors are those created by combining primary and secondary colors.
Transitional Transitional - Transitional is a broad category to define the style between traditional and modern.
V-Shaped Furrow V-Shaped Furrow - A planting trench made in the shape of the letter V. It is wide at the top and pointed at the bottom.
Veneer Veneer - Veneer is the paper-thin sheet of wood that sometimes covers the surface of furniture and is approximately 1/100- to 1/4-inch thick.
Victorian Victorian - Victorian era decorating features ornate carvings in furniture and architecture from the mid-1800s. Heavily printed floral drapes, upholstery and rugs are used.
Wrought Iron Wrought Iron - While the iron is hot, the iron is bent, pounded and cut to form furniture shapes.