This adjective describes the application of a lacquer, which means applying any one of a variety of clear or colored synthetic organic coatings to furniture or accessories. The coatings dry, forming a hard,
(pronounced lam-BAST or lam-BAYST)
Though our minds conjure up images of preparing mutton when we see this word – which can also appear in print as “lambaste” – the term has nothing to do with
This word seems so soft and calming (like a little lamb), which is somewhat of an indication of its meaning. To remember this word, think of the first three letters, then
We’re killing two birds with one stone here. See delaminate.
AKA “bulb”. In the design industry, what was commonly referred to as a “bulb” is now known as a lamp. Basically, it’s the light source: the component of a luminaire that produces light. It gets a
This is the term for that annoying sound so commonly heard when one dims the lamps in a light fixture. It’s not necessarily that the lamps or the light fixture is cheap. Blame it on the
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