drapery


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drapery

1. fabric or clothing arranged and draped
2. curtains or hangings that drape
3. Brit the occupation or shop of a draper
4. fabrics and cloth collectively
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The drapery is thrown open also, or closed, by means of a thick rope of gold loosely enveloping it, and resolving itself readily into a knot; no pins or other such devices are apparent.
"Yes, but you have not this little staircase," said Monte Cristo, opening a door concealed by the drapery. "Look at it, and tell me what you think of it."
The new patterns share an organic, fashion-forward aesthetic in a variety of double-width constructions for every application: a solid sheer (Minerals), printed sheers (Paradis, Verden), a semi-sheer pattern (Eucalyptus) and a dim-out drapery (Verden Noir).
Fabric of Vision: Dress and Drapery in Painting (reprint, 2002)
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 3, 2016-Rowley Acquires Drapery Hardware Maker Fleuron Enterprises
A drapery layer can be characterized by making the assumption that the nonhomogeneous layer can be represented by an equivalent homogenous layer that is assigned spatially averaged (effective) optical properties.
of Brookhaven; Framing: Brown's Fine Art and Framing of Jackson, 601.982.0300, www.brownsfineart.com; Upholsterer: BYRON GREEN, Classic Upholstery of Byram; Drapery: Goforth Draperies of Pearl; BARRY HENDRICKS, Drapery and Textile Design of Madison; Herrington Mill Work of Florence, 601.845.8056; STEVE NORQUIST, Magnolia Ironworks of Jackson, 601.355.6500; CASEY MCGRAW, Custom Fine Arts of Madison; JANE NICHOLS, Fine Arts and Finisher of Jackson; Karla Pound Photography of Jackson; Framing: Nunnery's Gallery of Jackson, 601.981.4426; Flooring: RANDY CHAPMAN, Randy Chapman Hardwood Floors of Braxton, 601.847.0992; Faux Finishing: LIBRA WILKES of Jackson; Custom Lamps: Ye Olde Lamp Shoppe of Jackson, 601.362.9311 and www.yeoldelampandshadeshoppe.com
Keyes then developed a chart that expressed measured shading coefficient (SC), defined as the ratio of solar gain through a window to the solar gain through a standard layer of clear glass as a function of yarn reflectance and weave openness when a drapery was combined with both regular plate and heat-absorbing glass.
and Martin Benad's TROMPE L'OEIL GRISAILLE, ARCHITECTURE AND DRAPERY (0393731944 $24.95) provides artists with a hands-on manual of techniques for rendering tromp l'oeil painting in grisaille and monochrome palettes, using classic works to display both black and white and color results.
Drapery hardware has become an integral part of a room's decor, and manufacturers have responded by introducing finials, poles, rings, rods and accent pieces in a wide variety of styles.