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Decor

The combination of materials, furnishings, and objects used in interior decoration to create an atmosphere or style.

Decor

 

the system of decorations of a building (facade, interior) or an article. Decor, both simple (for example, a uniform color scheme or a uniform textural treatment of a surface) and complex (combining decorative design and representation, or sculpture and painting, or materials of different textures), is in unity with a volume-space composition and appears as its element. Decor accentuates the expressiveness of the composition or visually transforms it, introducing the scaled relationships, rhythm, and color that are peculiar to its own scheme. Decor is a means of visually uniting separate buildings or objects into an ensemble.

decor

The combination of materials, furnishings, and objects used in interior decorating to create an atmosphere or style.
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The location of this new distribution center will allow us to efficiently manage our import operations and serve our retail outlets in the eastern portion of the United States, said Brian Robbins, EVP Supply Chain, Floor & Decor.
Our city and the port are pleased that Floor & Decor has elected to maintain operations here, said Tripp Tollison, President, SEDA.
Bill Sparks with CBRE represented Floor & Decor in the transaction, while Duke Realty was represented by Brian Sutton.
Early this year, Modecor launched PVC edge bands matching the regular decors it offers to meet market demand; and a premium laminate flooring called Euroline.
Move aimed at positioning itself as a decor trendsetter
A type of ballet can exist without decor or drama or even, in extreme and admittedly unsatisfactory cases, without music, but the idea of a ballet without dancing is unthinkable.
and dance's essential economy have always been a factor working against the ballet decor - as they have been against the composer's commissioned score, although in the latter issue the fact that serious music lost its bearings and moorings in its postromantic era was always a help.
interiors have been featured in the pages of Vogue, Elle Decor
as Elle Decor, New York magazine, House Beautiful and