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|Product Name:||Dream Home: Dining Room Furniture Eclectic|
|Published Artist(s):||Daz Originals|
ec?lec?tic [i-klek-tik] ? adjective: not following any one system, but selecting and using what are considered the best elements of all systems.
Good taste in interior design ? the kind that does not come pre-packaged but springs from within ? is a matter of choosing to surround yourself with that which you find appealing, and having each unique piece magically fall into a harmonious, esthetically pleasing symphony of d?cor.
It is this form of taste that dictates the composition of the Dream Home's Eclectic interiors, created by an interior and landscape design professional turned digital texture artist.
This texture set for the Dream Home's Formal Dining Room Furniture showcases the eclectic esthetic with the very finest materials and details, from carved and inlaid rosewood and mahogany, to the passementerie embroidered silk upholsterys, all of which combine to create the perfect setting for the adventurous and the cultivated.
Taking full advantage of the realistic texture potential in current software, Dining Room Furniture Eclectic includes diffusion, bump, displacement and transparency maps as well as prop and pose files fully optimized for Poser and DAZ|Studio, all accessible via coordinating thumbnails.
2 BONUS ITEMS! - An antique Kashan carpet which uses the Great Room London's carpet Prop repositioned and rescaled for the Formal Dining Room; - A pose to center the brass and ormolu chandelier in the Formal Dining Room Eclectic's ceiling medallion
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[ ] = Optional, depending on target application(s)
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