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Our last post on the subject， 10 Home Decor Words You’；re Probably Mispronouncing， spurred quite a bit of conversation， and many of you asked for more. So here are 10 more home decor words you just might be mispronouncing. No worriespersonalized wedding party gifts， though. They’；ll be rolling off your tongue in no time —； and you’；ll impress even your most highbrow friends.
A tightly woven fabric with a fine texture and finish used especially for sheets. A common mispronunciation is： per-cal.couch cushion covers diy
A traditional Japanese resist-dyeing technique that produces distinctive patterns on fabric. The process typically involves binding， stitching， folding， twisting or compressing cloth before dyeing it to achieve a certain pattern.
A bright bluish-green patina that naturally forms over time when copper， brass or bronze is weathered and exposed to air or seawater.
A weaving or stitching technique that yields a raised quilted or padded design. A common mispronunciation is： mat-uh-luh-say.
The interpretation and imitation of Chinese motifs and techniques in Western art， furniture， and architecture. A common mispronunciation is： chin-o-ser-ee.
A piece of furniture with open shelves for displaying decorative objects and other small items. A common mispronunciation is： eh-tah-zhair.
Fine digital art prints made on inkjet printers. A common mispronunciation is： jih-klee.
An artist’；s workshop or studio. A common mispronunciation is： at-uh-lee-ay.
A painting or design intended to create the illusion of a third-dimensional object. A common mispronunciation is： trawmp-low-eel.
The Chinese art of creating harmonious surroundings by defining how the placement of objects within a room affect the energy flow in that living environment. A common mispronunciation is： feng-shwee
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Yvonne and Rebecca Drury co-founded their hand-drawn wallpaper and textile business ‘MissPrint’ in 2005, and really understand the impact colour and pattern can have on your home and your wellbeing. We spoke to the MissPrint team to get some advice about the use of decor in influencing our mood and promoting a more mindful, happy home.
After the war the 1950's really took off again in terms of interior design and decorating the home became fun once more! It wasn't just about putting some new décor pieces up either - everything changed. A new life had begun and this was shown immensely in home decorating - anything that was old and with memories of the difficult war period was rejected and anything that was new was embraced with mucho gusto!