An Introduction to Décor

A decade ago, most business owners did not even consider 3D signs, bar code scanners and LCD panels when designing their restaurant interiors. Today, these tools have become a critical part of menu planning and design. The report covers all current trends playing a key role in development of the modern textile home décor industry and highlights upcoming challenges, restrictions and driving forces that will leave an impression on the marketplace during the forecasted forecast period, 2021/2021.

Restaurant décor has experienced huge changes over the past decade. Rapidly emerging trends include multi-room eateries, sushi bars, and fast-food chains with a focus on value-added experiences. Modern design ideas for restaurant décor go beyond basic color coordination and utilize state-of-the-art technology to create a unique, yet affordable environment. As a result, today’s interior designers are more likely to collaborate with customers and design unique and cost effective strategies to bring restaurant décor into homes and offices.

Interior design is generally divided into five basic categories: functional, aesthetic, structural, functional and contextual. Decorating the interior must fit with these broad classifications in order to achieve the final objective. Within each of these five basic categories, there are often subcategories of decorating styles and techniques, such as Feng Shui, minimalist or traditional. In addition, there are five essential literary terms that must be understood and respected if one is to design an appealing interior: theme, concept, material, design and color. Understanding the five critical literary terms and their effects on the process of decorating is essential to a successful and profitable practice.

When shopping for new furnishings and accessories, it is important to be familiar with the five essential literary terms used by home decorators to discuss and compare different items. The first literary term to recognize is “theme”. A theme is a general idea or inspiration for a decorating plan. It is an essential component of an overall plan.

Another term to recognize is “concept”. A concept is a specific and detailed image or style that makes up the overall theme of decorating. A concept can be described in two ways: as an object (a model) or as a series of activities (processes). A concept is essential to the overall process of decorating.

The third term, “decorative” is used to describe those tasks that require skill, creativity and imagination. While a decorator may choose to use only one or two decorations in a room, he/she must also consider the combination of décor and furniture. Therefore, in order to achieve a successful decorating, the combination of all elements, which include furniture, fabric, accessories, lighting, curtains and window coverings, must be properly coordinated and decorated with corresponding items.