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Decorative Accessories

Decorative AccessoriesBy: Emily Diemer, Adrianna Collins, Shea Thielemann, and Terrion SharperEach Person says their name Emily introduces subject since name is first1Definition of CategoryDefine: the overall category of home dcor: accent furniture, area rugs, home textiles, lighting fixtures, outdoor furniture, permanent floral, portable lamps, table top, and wall dcor.Materials: Glass, Ceramics, Metals, Plastics, Fabric, and CombinationCompanies: Global views, Crate and Barrel, and Pottery BarnIn the news: Each one of us find one article.Emily: Decorative Accessories is the overall category of home dcor. These categories include accent furniture, area rugs, home textiles, lighting fixtures, outdoor furniture, permanent floral, portable lamps, table top, and wall dcor. The Materials used in Decorative Accessories are Glass Ceramics, Metals, Plastics, Fabric, and a Combination of materials. Some major Companies that are under Decorative Accessories are ones such as Global views which is Dallas based wholesale where they have showrooms in the Dallas Market Center that change every 6 months. Another Company is Crate and Barrel. Crate and Barrel started out in Chicago, importing French copper pots and white bistro dinnerware to Chicago for people who could not afford the more expensive dinnerware and eventually turned into the company they are today. Pottery Barn is also a company under Decorative Accessories. The company was started in 1949 in Manhattan on the idea of home furnishing should have comfort, style and quality. In 1999 they started Potter Barn Kids based on the same ideas that attract young ones and have grown into a large company today.

2Trends For Decorative Accessories Toile de Jouy

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Adrianna: Toile de Jouy is a Decorative Accessory trends where its popularity comes and goes but its design is a timeless classic. It was founded in 1760 by Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, who was a German. The Factory was located in Jouy-en-Josas, a village located southwest of Paris, near Versailles. Its design is a continuous pattern of fields and flowers with a scene. 3History of Ornaments

Started 15th Century in Germany1800 Glass Ornaments became popularLauscha was the first industry to make glass ornamentsPickle Ornaments was a tradition in Germany1880 Ornaments entered the U.SShea: Decorating you Christmas tree was started around the 15th century in Germany. One family started decorating the tree to entertain their children by using candles as their decoration, which then eventually lead to putting nuts and fruits on the tree also. For a while that was all they used to decorate a Christmas tree, but in the 1800 glass ornaments became popular. This tradition branched outside of Germany and families everywhere began to start this ritual. In England, they became popular because of Queen Victorias husband, Albert, who was a German native, made the Christmas tree a part of the celebrations at Windsor Castle. The first industry to make glass ornaments was Lauscha, which was designated in Germany. A tradition that Germans started with glass ornaments was the pickle ornament. German parents would hide the pickle ornament somewhere in the tree and the kids would have to find it. Who ever was the first to find it got an extra present from Saint Nicholas. Ornaments entered the U.S. in 1880. F.W. Woolworth was the first to sell imported glass ornaments in America. Hallmark made ornaments popular in America with the Keepsake Christmas ornaments. They were found in a wide variety of ornaments that meant something special to each person. These ornaments range in material wise any where from wood, acrylic, bone china, porcelain, to hand made forms. During World War I the production of ornaments ceased, because of the limitation on supplies and Germany only produced goods that were out of necessity. This lead to American manufacturers creating their own glass ornaments Hallmark made ornaments popular in America with the Keepsake Christmas ornaments. This product line provided a wide variety of ornaments that meant something special to each person

4Major Companies For Ornaments Terrion5Marquis By Waterford

Terrion :Marquis By Waterford offers innovative crystal patterns with designs ranging from contemporary to traditional, with lighter, simpler lines that reflect a modern sensibility. Each piece of elegant stemware and giftware accessories is finely crafted under the meticulous eye and exacting standards of Waterford. Several Marquis stemware patterns are available in four shapes - goblet, continental champagne, wine and iced beverage - as well as an array of giftware that can be mixed and matched to create a new standard in contemporary decor. Sold at Classic Crystals, Crystal Classics is the largest independent retailer ofWaterford Crystalin the U.S. Crystal Classics is aWaterford CrystalPlatinum Retailer, the highest distinction in service excellence awarded by Waterford Crystal. Marquis price their ornaments between $24.95-45.95

6Ornaments with Love

Adrianna: Ornaments with Love is a company run by a family that has been in the retail gifts business for over 50 years. For the past 16 years, they have taken their experience and applied it to selling personalized Christmas ornaments in Connecticut and Washington, DC area malls, 6 years on the Internet. They are located in Tyson's Corner, Montgomery, Lakeforest or Trumbull Malls. Ornaments with love ranges around $9.99-20.00 7Bronners Ornaments

Shea: Bronner's is proud to provide glass Christmas ornaments to complement almost any hobby, sport, interest, or occupation! They have animal ornaments of all shapes and colors, love ornaments for the romantic, food ornaments for the cook, ethnic ornaments to celebrate heritage, and a vast selection of Santa and snowmen ornaments for the young at heart. Each year visitors purchase more than 1.3 million Christmas ornaments, proving that the glass ornament tradition begun hundreds of years ago still endures and continues to grow. Bronners have over 6,000 styles of glass ornaments available at Bronner's Christmas Wonderland, the world's largest Christmas store. Bronners price range for their ornaments is around $4.99-30.00.8The White House Ornaments

http://www.whitehousechristmasornament.com/2005_Commemorative_White_House.htmlEmily: Another Classic ornament retailer that you not only use on your Christmas tree but you can also use it as a decoration in your house The White House Ornament. Each year they come out with a new ornament to add to your collection of their ornaments that represents a president of the U.S. In each ornament it comes along with information about the materials used in the ornament and details about the president the ornament is representing. The ornament usually has a winter theme to each scene with the president it is representing and his family; behind them the white house is generally in it. Many of the ornaments also have the Williamsburg pineapple included in them, which is the symbol of welcome and hospitality for the wealthy in the colonial days. The Pineapples usually come in pewter with gold wash accents or gilded pewter. The companys goal is to inform America on our past presidents and the history of America with a delightful ornament to go along with it. They price range their ornaments from $15.00 to 20.00. 9Holidaze and GiftsLocal Retailer in Plano TexasFamily Ownedcollectibles include pieces by Christopher Radko, Department 56, Steinbach, Fontanini, Mark Roberts Fairies, House of Hatten, Possible Dreams, Byers Choice, and Lee Middelton Terrion: Holidaze and Gifts is a local retailer here in Plano Texas. It is a family owned retailer that started out in a old Mexican restaurant that they remolded into a holiday store that draws their costumers to their store. They are opened all year round and the store is filled with ornaments, nativities, trees and many other holiday decorations. After five years of having their own business they did so well they moved to another location for more space and after a few more years of doing so well they decided to include collectibles and gifts for all the other holidays of the year. These collectibles include pieces by Christopher Radko, Department 56, Steinbach, Fontanini, Mark Roberts Fairies, House of Hatten, Possible Dreams, Byers Choice, and Lee Middelton.

10LicensesOur company is going to have a trade mark to distinguish that this is our product so when similar products are made they can identify that is is ours.To be able to mark our products we will have to get it registered through the government. For them to approve our mark and make sure there are no other marks similar to ours.mission: Our company is here to bring you only eco friendly products to your Christmas tree that you can not just use during Christmas but throughout the year in decorating your home.Adrianna: Our company is going to have a trade mark to distinguish that this is our product so when similar products are made they can identify that the product is ours.To be able to mark our products we will have to get it registered through the government. So they can approve our mark and make sure there are no other marks similar to ours. We would also have a label or a logo for our products such as a tag line that we would use during advertisement and packaging our products. In using a tag line it will be something that makes out customers remember our company. This tag line would be something that they find they get stuck in their head, which is good for our company because when they think of ornaments the first company that comes to mind would be ours. Our Company will also get a buisness license which will help us understand more of how to run our buisness. Having a license it will give us restriction in ou

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