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noun as in stylist

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“The big trend is being at home,” says Todd Klein, a New York-based decorator.

They were designed for Bill Clinton’s Oval Office in 1993 by Little Rock decorator Kaki Hockersmith.

The president-elect has traditionally used a decorator of their choice to put together the Oval Office for Inauguration Day, usually relying on what is available in storage.

The happiest guess of all turned out to be the one made in the 4th century by the decorators of the Church of the Nativity in Palestine, whose golden entry mosaic featured the Magi dressed as Persians, also renowned stargazers.

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He committed himself at church, as the treasurer and resident decorator, singing with Gail in the choir.

S.H.I.E.L.D. must have employed a kick-ass interior decorator.

Monteith was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, to interior decorator Ann McGregor and military infantryman Joe Monteith.

He was appearing for his second day of testimony as the best friend and interior decorator to billionaire Rachel “Bunny” Mellon.

Telling the nanny to remind the assistant to contact the decorator is not networking.

An addendum to this story comes from the aforementioned “best friend” decorator, John Wiltgen.

That was the ambition of the household decorator of Elizabethan days.

The decorator should study these matters of illusion, for they are vital to the success of his labor.

The hostess was delighted with her table, and more delighted still with the pretty decorator.

Mrs. Thorne always called Lucian a "painter," very much as though he had been a decorator of the exterior of houses.

The skill, therefore, of the architectural decorator took the direction of the variations in basket-work.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to decorator, such as: fashion designer, couturier, and couturiere.

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