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151. Ostrich Feather Types for Centerpieces
September 03, 2014


Ostrich feathers are being used since ages for decoration and ornamentation. Queen of Egypt, Cleopatra used feathers in her jewelry and fans. Roman officers used them in their head gear to indicate their ranks. Now days, feathers are used for various things including ornaments, dresses, accessories, millinery art and décors. These days, feather centerpieces are very popular in events like, wedding receptions, baby shower, birthday party, corporate event, New Years Eve party, Halloween etc. Ostrich feathers can make very elegant and unique centerpieces for weddings. They are available in n... (read more)

Author: Steve Thomas

152. Versatile Pheasant Feathers
September 01, 2014


Pheasant feathers are very beautiful and versatile. Their versatility can be established from the fact that they are used in a variety artistic object. Be it a wreath, centerpieces, fashion accessories, carnival dresses, party dresses, hair styling, hats. Pheasant feathers have natural brown color but, they are dyed in many different colors. The roaster pheasants have long reddish brown feathers on tail and female pheasants have light brown feathers all through the body. Pheasant feathers have natural patterns on them which look very beautiful. An artist’s mind can think beyond all poss... (read more)

Author: Steve Thomas

153. Native American Headdresses, A Mark of the American Indian Identity
August 31, 2014


Historically, headdresses are a symbol of respect worn by Native American war chiefs and warriors. For Great Plains tribes, for instance, each feather placed on a headdress has significance and had to be earned through an act of compassion or bravery. Some modern-day Native American leaders have received war bonnets in ceremonies accompanied by prayers and songs. When you see an Indian wearing a full Indian headdress in pictures or even today, you would know that he's a very honorable man. He's a leader and someone who is respected by his tribe. He must have done a lot of courageous and h... (read more)

Author: Eden C

154. Can You Apply Decals on Painted Wood and Wall? And, Taking Stickers Off Sticky Paper Backing
August 26, 2014


LAST UPDATED ON: February 28, 2018 Are Decals Applicable on Painted Wood? Generally yes. It depends, of course, on a couple factors. The first factor is how rough is the wood the paint is on? If the wood is very rough, it would need to be sanded well before painting it. Then you can stick vinyl to it. The other factor is how long has it been since the board was painted? Assuming the board was relatively smooth, you should wait, at a bare minimum, a week before applying vinyl decals to it. I recommend 2 weeks, but I've been known on occasion to push the limits. However, o... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

155. Junkanoo- The Bahamian Splendor
August 26, 2014


Bahamas is a beautiful archipelago country which is known for its warm climate, clear water, beautiful beaches and ecological treasure. It is considered to be one of the best holiday destinations in the world. Apart from being beautiful it has a rich history as well. Bahamas is truly an amalgamation of too many things. Bahamian people are also very friendly and follow their rich cultural heritage. But, what remains unique to Bahamas is Junkanoo. Junkanoo is a street parade that happens on Boxing Day (26th December) and new years’ day every year in the beautiful country of Bahamas. More than pa... (read more)

Author: Steve Thomas

156. Club Tejo
August 26, 2014


The cheerful interior of the Fitness Club Tejo in Lisbon reinstates the fact that there are no set patterns, nor set norms in designing interiors… Working on the interior shell of an exceptionally striking built form, in close proximity to the World Expo 1998 building in uptown Lisbon, the Kalorias Fitness Club needed to be brought to life as dynamically as its exterior environment – replete with an amazing surrounding landscape and quality urban spaces. Bearing in mind the nature of the facility, architect studio AMATAM has worked on a stimulating recreational program in tandem with... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

157. Art that can Express your Emotions
August 25, 2014


There is a plethora of machine made decoration products in the market. But, still making things on own has special significance. Self-made things are incomparable with the ready-made. It is the little imperfection that is left every time you create something, that makes it fascinating. It signifies the fact that there is always some scope for improving your ability. Nothing is perfect. This is the fun of making things on own. There is so much art can teach you. Being an expert of feathers we can tell you only about feathers and their usefulness in art. For us, feathers define achievement.... (read more)

Author: Steve Thomas

158. How Quilting Changed One Student's Life
August 14, 2014


What does the University of Michigan and quilting have in common? Thanks to former graduate student Kyra Hicks, quite a bit. The student happened into an exhibit of African American quilts on display in Cincinnati, Ohio when the quilting bug caught her. At the time, she was taking a course in black women’s feminist thought and her class was delving into the world of African American quilts. Her grad course coupled with what she calls a stunning display instantly made her want to quilt for herself. “This is how I want to tell stories,” she says. Since then, Hicks has created 20 quilts, but... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

159. Five Native American Weapons that Have Set the World on Fire
August 13, 2014


Before the heavily armored military people became well-known in the field of tactics and weapons, the Native American Indians have already mastered the art of weaponry. Although we are aware that technology has greatly helped in the evolution of guns and knives, one can proudly say that we owe the basics to the natives. The Native Americans are not just creative people so to speak. They are not only brilliant in crafting handmade products and Indian Headdress, but are also smart enough to sustain and feed themselves through hunting. Thus, a native can only be good in that expertise if he ... (read more)

Author: Eden C

160. Suitable Inks For Printing Poster and Banner Displays
August 13, 2014


LAST UPDATED ON: February 22, 2018 This is a pretty broad-based question as it has less to do with what is being printed versus what type of printing is being used to make the posters and banners, although material will also have somewhat to do with the type of imprinting being done. With poster print processing, the type of inks being used are potentially several different types, again, depending on the printer itself. If you need a short run of posters, the most cost effective way will be is to have a digital company print you posters on a roll-to-roll wide format digital pri... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

161. Wedding theme and decor ideas
August 12, 2014


There are a lot of things to consider while planning for a wedding, one of which is how to decorate wedding table centerpieces? Nowadays, one gets a lot of embellishments in the market to choose from. However, it totally depends on the theme of the wedding as well as your budget. In case you are looking for something that is as glamourous as economical then you must go for feathers! You can get a huge variety of feathers in the market, ranging from ostrich plumes to pheasant quills, hackle feathers to peacock eye and a lot more. Now, how these feathers can help you in décor? You can make ... (read more)

Author: Steve Thomas

162. A Flintstones-house, anyone?
August 12, 2014


http://inditerrain.indiaartndesign.com/2014/08/a-flintstones-house-anyone.html Standing categorically apart from the usual apartments, is this Flintstones-inspired, 700 sq ft. cavernously-designed home for a young couple in Bandra, Mumbai … Copy: Since the site was located on the first floor of a building overlooking other flats, the architects decided to turn this constraint into an opportunity by designing an ‘introvert’ house. Though it is solely an interior design project, the design outlook veers towards an architectural schematic. “The major challenge was to achieve the forms ... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

163. MEMORABLE THEME WEDDING WITH PEACOCK FEATHERS
August 04, 2014


Peacocks are among the nature’s most dramatically beautiful birds. Their colorful feathers have always been a matter of interest for the decorators and designers for miscellaneous uses. Wedding theme based on peacock feathers is getting very popular among young generation. It is a theme that a lot of couples would like to have for their own wedding but are not sure whether they can pull it off. Here are some good ideas for using these fabulous feathers right from the invitation cards to the entire wedding reception, decoration etc. But, before that, you need to plan for purchasing feathers in ... (read more)

Author: Steve Thomas

164. Beautifying a Table Centerpiece
August 04, 2014


Centerpieces add seasonal flair and color, while decorating up a table for a small gathering or party with friends. Add extra interest to your table centerpiece by adding pheasant feathers. Buy pheasant feathers from a reputed online store to get the best quality product. These attractive quills have fall colors and they do particularly well when mixed with other organic substances such as bark, rattan, wood, pine cones, dried grasses and flowers and natural sort of ribbons. Given below are some ideas of beautifying feathers for centerpieces: Select a quadrilateral rattan platter th... (read more)

Author: Steve Thomas

165. (Almost) Everything You Need to Know About the
August 03, 2014


Believe it or not, seeing people wearing such colorful, authentic-looking native American Headdresses to festivals or rave parties these days don’t seem to be much of a surprise anymore. The native headdress, an undeniably beautiful work of art, has inevitably made its way to high fashion. Most recently, this much publicized runway fashion trend has angered a lot of native Americans (even inciting some angry articles in social media and news sites), while the entertainment industry is abuzz with the recent "headdress fashioning" of popular celebrities--another one of fashion's "adoption o... (read more)

Author: Eden C

166. Space Savers - Principle Camouflage
August 01, 2014


Read the full article here. http://inditerrain.indiaartndesign.com/2014/08/space-savers-principle-camouflage.html Space Saving furniture commands a special focus in contemporary lifestyles... It has been decades now since space-saving furniture modules have evolved - right from the old trunks that used to be carried everywhere for their utilitarian value and conveniently converted into a bed, when a palliasse was placed over it; to the present day camouflaged furniture items that serve multiple purposes as storage and embellishing elements at the same time. The principle factor tha... (read more)

Author: Chirag Sharma

167. Removing Bubbles Under Vinyl Stickers or Decals
July 28, 2014


LAST UPDATED ON: February 11, 2018 Well, there are a couple of questions I have. Is it a face adhesive decal or a face-adhering static cling sticker? There will be different answers for each of these items. For Static Cling Stickers If it is a static cling sticker, you can remove it, wet it with lightly soapy water, re-stick it to the glass, and the water will evaporate out over the next day or two. We find that with static cling decals, often the decal will relax into the glass in two or three days and most of the bubbles will automatically disappear. For Vinyl Adhesi... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

168. Just Right Approach of Carpet Cleaning for Better Removal of Reappearing Stains
July 25, 2014


Many times, the spot has seeped into the backing of the carpet. This is common with pet urine, beverages, and anything that is spilled in large volume on carpets. The material dries in the backing and the pad of the carpet. When the carpet spot is cleaned, only the material in the "pile" of the carpet is removed. However, moisture is introduced into the backing of carpet. As the spot dries, the material that is in the backing wicks back into the pile. When the carpet is cleaned, it looks good. When it dries, the spots and traffic areas come back.The good news is that if a spot actually wi... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

169. When to React With Discoloration to Succeed Carpet Cleaning
July 25, 2014


Very few carpet cleaners are proficient in the science of tough stain removal. Most stubborn stains, even if removed by a carpet cleaner, will sometimes result in removing the original carpet color, too, and they can't put the color back! Regular vacuuming provides the first line of defense against dirt and grit that damages carpet fibers. But carpets also need regular cleaning to keep them looking their best. An observation should be made regarding slight changes in color usually seen in older rugs for this happens when the weaver starts weaving with a yarn from a different dye lot ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

170. Buy party supplies in wholesale and embellish feather pieces
July 25, 2014


Whether you have a party at home or want to prepare for one at your friend’s place, it is always a good idea to make or buy some party props prior hand in order to stand out. Wedding table centerpieces In case you want to add an individual touch to the table centerpieces at a wedding reception or are trying to cut prices by designing the arrangements yourself, use a simple enhancement idea to save time and money. An eye-catching arrangement on table piece containing themed accents or meaningful touches will add on to your guest’s memories longer than an elaborate flower bouquet. T... (read more)

Author: Steve Thomas

171. Small is Beautiful!
July 21, 2014


Read the original article here... http://globalhop.indiaartndesign.com/2014/07/small-is-beautiful.html Drawing inspiration from the Rubik’s cube, renowned Italian architect and interior designer, Teresa Sapey explores the co-existence of functionality and design in developing Room Mate, a hotel in a 15 sq. m. container... Given the fact that hospitality has been nurtured to give a guest more in terms of an emotional connect that goes much beyond mere comfort, Ar. Teresa Sapey’s design for Room Mate, a hotel in a container is an out-of-box (literally!) approach that completely turns t... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

172. Japan's floating sea-facing house
July 19, 2014


Read the original article here: http://globalhop.indiaartndesign.com/2014/07/japans-floating-sea-facing-house.html Building a house on a slope without destroying the natural terrain might be a challenge for some but not for Japanese architect Masahiko Sato. Copy: Omura city in Nagasaki now has one such landmark house. Built on a site area of 283.76 sq. m. with gross floor ratio of only 26.37 per cent, Masahiko has made maximum utilization of space for his client. The initial brief by client Yamasaki consisted of barely two key points - maximize natural surroundings, and maintain a... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

173. Blue Waters Residence, Kerala
July 15, 2014


Read the original article here http://inditerrain.indiaartndesign.com/2014/07/blue-waters-residence-kerala.html Juxtaposing uber living in the lap of nature, SM Studio proposes super luxurious apartments in an upcoming housing complex in close proximity of the scenic Akkulam lake in Trivandrum. An idyllic setting for those who do not want to compromise on their luxury quotient, yet want to be in the midst of nature, ‘the blue waters by heera’ is a sample residence of 3500sft in a 2.5 acre plot for an upcoming multi level housing complex. Although directly in contrast – traditi... (read more)

Author: Nitika Agarwal

174. The Royal Picture Gallery, Mauritshuis
July 14, 2014


Read the original article here http://globalhop.indiaartndesign.com/2014/07/the-royal-picture-gallery-mauritshuis.html Just like “Rome was not built in a day,” it took two long years for Hans Van Heeswijk Architects to renovate, expand and chisel one of the most beautiful art museums of Europe known as ‘Mauritshuis’. The Royal Picture Gallery, Mauritshuis, which has an assemblage of the world-famous collection of 17th-century Dutch and Flemish paintings, is among the most remarkable surviving examples of 17th-century architecture in the Netherlands. The new design inspired from the ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

175. Built to Context
July 11, 2014


Effectively marrying the organic with the fabricated, Ar. Punit Sethi of IAD Studio crafts timeless appeal in a two-storey house for a doctor couple in Malibu Towne of Gurgaon in Haryana… Linearity has helped the architect utilize almost every inch of the approx. 900 sq. m. plot, as he chisels indoor-outdoor spatial dialogue with a well-defined circulation system; besides, zoning of public-private areas, effective use of double-height spaces and fenestrations in the design palette coalesce to connect all the spaces visually and functionally. The USP of the design lies in its contex... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa



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