With all of this new terminology under your belt, maybe next time you’ll make it through Ikea in under an hour.
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Are you all that and a bag of [paint] chips? We’ve found interior design terms from around the web to see if you really know your stuff. Match the term with the correct definition below to find out how much of a design guru you truly are!
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Question 1 of 10
You know your stuff!Incorrect
Not quite! An Étagère is free standing shelving for displaying small decorative items.
Question 2 of 10
You got it!Incorrect
Oops. A finial is a decorative end piece on a curtain rod often in the shape of a spear, ball, or leaf.
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You’ve got a knack for this stuff.Incorrect
Better luck next question.
Grommets are the eyelets in a piece of fabric surrounded by two pieces of metal usually found on curtain panels.
Question 4 of 10
Getting one step closer to “guru!”Incorrect
Mullions are actually the wood or metal dividers used between the different panes of glass on multi-paned windows.
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Sorry! A settee is a long wooden or upholstered bench with a back, designed to seat two or more people.
Question 6 of 10
Boom. You got it!Incorrect
Sisal is a strong fiber from the leaves of a plant used to create area rugs.
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Not quite. Patina is actually the tarnish that forms on oxidized copper, brass, or mineral surfaces.
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Oops! Wainscotting is the paneling on the lower half of a wall that differs from the upper half.
Question 9 of 10
You’re a wizard with words – nice job.Incorrect
A chaise lounge is actually a long, low laying couch in the shape of a reclined chair.
Question 10 of 10
Bummer. A sconce is a wall-mounted light fixture.