(pronounced GRAYD-ehd en)
This term has to do with fabric selections for furniture – usually of the commercial variety. When a textile is “graded in” to a furniture manufacturer’s line, it means that the manufacturer
This term derives from the “grain” of wood, which makes sense because it means simulating wood grain through advanced painting methods. Sloppy graining technique can look horrible, but in the hands of an
(pronounced GRA-tis — the “a” sound being the same as in the word cat)
Simply put, this word means free / without charge.
Example: The landscape design firm decided to do the drawings for
A tip to remember the definition of this word: think of gravity. What does the Earth’s gravitational force do" It weighs us down, making us heavy so that we
This term refers to woven fabric that has been removed from the loom but before it has been submitted to the dyeing or finishing process. Sometimes it is also called “greige goods”.
If you’ve studied for a LEED AP exam or worked on a project going after LEED certification, then you know a little something about graywater. The Uniform
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