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Interior Design: Antiques, Art, Accessories

Resources to support students in the Bachelor of Interior Design program

Antiques, Art, Accessories

Antiques, Art, Accessories

Links to industry information and supportive resources.

  • Digital Library for the Decorative Arts & Material Culture: collects and creates electronic resources for study and research of the decorative arts, with a particular focus on Early America. Included are electronic texts and journals, image databases, and information on organizations, museums and research facilities. Made possible by the Chipstone Foundation, the site was created and is maintained at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries.

  • JAGR Interiors: “We focus on solutions where the past and the future come to define the present; design that not only shapes interiors, but ultimately shapes the lives of the people who inhabit them.”

  • Find unique& decorative Victorian pieces including Parian, Epergnes, Old Paris, Terra Cotta Dogs, & Vintage Tole.

  • Kovels: providing antiques and collectibles since 1953

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art: "The Metropolitan Museum of Art collects, studies, conserves, and presents significant works of art across all times and cultures in order to connect people to creativity, knowledge, and ideas." The MET  "presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy.  

  • O’Sullivan Antiques: Also include textiles, lighting, mirrors, etc.

  • Raymond Waites: Creations include fashion bedding, bath accessories, textiles, wall coverings, area rugs, lamps, Chandeliers, dinnerware, and decorative accessories.

  • WebMuseum: The Web Museum is a non-profit collaborative effort on the part of many museums and galleries worldwide to provide access to visual images that are out of copyright. Images, exhibitions, an index of artists, and a glossary of art terms may be found here.