A new and original approach to the art of interior decoration revealing the secrets of a wide range of techniques, effects and finishes Includes bambooing -- battening fabric -- bleaching bronzing -- colour mixing -- colourwashing -- crossdragging -- decorative painting -- displaying pictures and objects distempering -- dragging -- fake and real panelling -- gilding -- graining -- lacquering -- liming -- marbling -- picking out -- print rooms -- ragging -- simulating lapis lazuli -- spattering -- sponging -- staining -- stencilling -- stippling -- stone effects -- storage tortoiseshelling -- trompel l'oeil -- washes and glazes
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applied architectural areas arrangement background bamboo Baroque baseboard blue broken colour brush burnt umber ceiling chair rail Chinese chinoiserie chintz closet cloth collection contrast cornice create dado dark darker decorative display distemper doors dragged edges effect eggshell eighteenth century example fabric faked panelling finish Fitted Room floor frame furniture gilding give gla^e glaze gloss gouache grain green grey highlights interiors lacquer latex light liming lines look marbling modern motifs mouldings nineteenth century off-white oil paint oil-based oriental pale palette Palladian paper pattern pigments plaster porcelain prints produce ragrolling rails raw umber Rococo sample scheme scumble seventeenth century shade shadows shellac shelves simulate spattered sponge stainers stencil stippler stippling stone Stony Room style subtle surface technique texture thin tiles tinted tones top coat traditional translucent trompe l'oeil turpentine undercoat varnish vertical wall wallpaper water-based wood yellow ochre