Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Interior design intro+Cole & Son wall paper

Definition of Interior design in english,


[mass noun]
the art or process of designing the interior decoration of a room or building.

Textiles and surface design for Interiors Product areas –
• Wallpapers
• Furnishing fabrics (curtains/sofas etc) • Bedding
• Tabletop
• Blinds
• Ceramics–tiles/crockery etc
• Flooring – lino/rugs
• Artwork/prints etc
• Cushions and soft furnishings

Market Levels
(these are also options within design jobs)
Interior textiles
• TopEnd
• Middle market
• Mass market/bottom end
• Designermaker
Cole and Son
Royal Garden wallpaper by Cole & Son

Cole & Son is a manufacturers of fine printed wallpapers since 1875. It has massive designs and fine quality, it has provide wallpaper for many famous places and houses. I believe that Cole & Son's luxury wallpaper makes it to be one of the top end interior design company.

"Cole & Son produces innovative and beautiful designs, reflecting our distinguished history as well as our continuing passion for new and exciting wallpapers."

Hummingbird wallpaper by Cole & Son
Cole & Son was founded in 1875 by John Perry, son of a Cambridgeshire merchant. In those days the company was situated in Islington, north London, an area famous for the 190 hand block printing companies working there in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Throughout the 19th century Cole & Son printed for all the large well-known companies of the time including Jeffrey & Co, Sanderson and Shand Kydd. In addition to high quality block printing, the company was renowned for supplying beautiful stripes and jaspes.”
"Today, the Cole & Son archive consists of approximately 1,800 block print designs, 350 screen print designs and a huge quantity of original drawings and wallpapers, representing all the styles from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Amongst these are some of the most important historic wallpaper designs in the world. Cole & Son has provided wallpapers for many historic houses including Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament."

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