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No detail is too small for our talented interior designers. From the wall coverings to the light fixtures, every decorating element is meticulously selected to reflect the unique style of our hotels and to appeal to its target market. Our hospitality specialists focus on every aspect of design.Looking for an exciting internship opportunity?  Start designing your career with XSS Hotels today!Interior design xss hotels is one of our best images of hotel interior design and its resolution is 3680x2456 pixels. Find out our other images similar to this interior design xss hotels at gallery below and if you want to find more ideas about hotel interior design , you could use search box at the top of this page.

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In America, Candace Wheeler was one of the first woman interior designers and helped encourage a new style of American design. She was instrumental in the development of art courses for women in a number of major American cities and was considered a national authority on homedesign. An important influence on the new profession was The Decoration of Houses, a manual of interior design written by Edith Wharton with architect Ogden Codman in 1897 in America. In the book, the authors denounced Victorian-style interior decoration and interior design, especially those rooms that were decorated with heavy window curtains, Victorian bric-a-brac, and overstuffed furniture. They argued that such rooms emphasized upholstery at the expense of proper space planning and architectural design and were, therefore, uncomfortable and rarely used. The book is considered a seminal work, and its success led to the emergence of professional decorators working in the manner advocated by its authors, most notably Elsie de Wolfe.