Decoration is the ornamentation applied inside or outside the structures in architecture. The enjoyment of the rooms, the palaces and palaces of the halls is also adorned with the decoration. Decoration is divided into two sections under the name of interior decoration and exterior decoration.

Interior decoration means that various elements of interior spaces are brought together in a proper way, for the benefit of people to live comfortably and peacefully at maximum level.

Despite the emergence of the interior decoration in the early 20th century, man has always heard the need to establish conformity between these elements since Adam’s success. There is no information about how the first people live,
how they decorate the units they worshiped. However, it is known how the houses and other social constructions are decorated in hundreds of very small Islamic states that emerged after the advent of Egypt, Rome and Islam on the basis of the articles and pictures that were obtained today.

Ancient Egypt and the Romans lived on the walls and ceilings where they decorate with a few metal seats, tables and so on. Over time, with the development of handcrafts, especially the medieval
Europe, they lived in spaces that were decorated with complicated, dark, and ornamented to the degree that would put people in distress.

Muslim nations, according to the inner peace and spiritual pleasure that Islam gave to human

beside their houses, It was dazzling in the basement, but at that time
they brought the right interior spaces.

The civilization established by the Andalusian Umayyad state, established in Spain by Muslims passing through Egypt, gave birth to renaissance in Europe. Later in the development of technology, then goods are built in series
in new machinery, nowadays the modern meaning decoration appeared.

interior architectural lighting, ornate appearance of the walls and floors unfurnished, make a certain influence
for the purpose it is made. The most important of the interior furnishings are the brass chandeliers and
tables. The fireplaces were some of the items made of wood, the colorful ornaments on the ceiling and the walls, the embroideries, the window frames and the curtains hanging on it were complementary to the interior decor. The figure used in Europe in interior decoration;
In the Turks, the interior decoration would be elegant, unobtrusive, pleasing and tangible, away from rough, sharp lines. External adornment carried the architectural artistic feature.

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