Accessories for Residential Interiors

ARCH X 443.40
This concentrated six-week course examines the appropriateness, timing, aesthetics, function, and availability of accessories in residential interior design.
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About this course:

This concentrated six-week course examines the appropriateness, timing, aesthetics, function, and availability of accessories in residential interior design through slide demonstrations, guest lecturers, and field trips to the marketplace. Covers lamps and lighting, wall-hangings and art, area rugs and Oriental carpets, and antique accessories.

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Speak to a program representative. Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm.

What you will learn.

  • Examine the appropriateness, timing, aesthetics, and function of accessories in design
  • Evaluate various lamps and lighting, wall hangings and art, area rugs, and antique accessories
  • Explore interior design accessories through demonstrations, guest lecturers, and field trips
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