But they were once used for so much more than just decoration.
The label was joined in its emotional homage to decoration and excess by Aquilano.Rimondi.
I have all the paintings and any decoration taken out of the room.
"I was searching for something suburban—some low form of decoration that could be transformed," she said.
Memorial Day began as decoration Day, honoring and mourning the soldiers who died in the American Civil War.
Now this is the problem: to choose and arrange your materials so that, to interest, they shall not need the aid of decoration.
In the making of this style of decoration one material is not laid on to another, but into it.
For an eighth birthday, a square table may be used with walls of Troy decoration arranged for two children at a side.
The latter is famous for its decoration, especially the beautiful altar.
And that, of course, means turning yourself at an early hour into the hands of your maid for repairs and decoration.
early 15c., "action of decorating, beautification," from Late Latin decorationem (nominative decoratio), noun of action from past participle stem of decorare (see decorate). Meaning "that which decorates" is from 1670s. As "a badge or medal worn as a mark of honor," it is attested from 1816 (often in plural, decorations).