DOES THE CARPET MATCH THE CURTAIN. MATCH THE CURTAIN
Does The Carpet Match The Curtain. Nepal Carpet.
Does The Carpet Match The Curtain
- Conceal or screen with a curtain
hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
Provide with a curtain or curtains
any barrier to communication or vision; "a curtain of secrecy"; "a curtain of trees"
provide with drapery; "curtain the bedrooms"
- A large rug, typically an oriental one
- rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
- cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows"
- form a carpet-like cover (over)
- A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room
- A thick or soft expanse or layer of something
- be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics; "The two stories don't agree in many details"; "The handwriting checks with the signature on the check"; "The suspect's fingerprints don't match those on the gun"
- A piece of wick or cord designed to burn at a uniform rate, used for firing a cannon or lighting gunpowder
- provide funds complementary to; "The company matched the employees' contributions"
- lighter consisting of a thin piece of wood or cardboard tipped with combustible chemical; ignites with friction; "he always carries matches to light his pipe"; "as long you've a lucifer to light your fag"
- A short, thin piece of wood or cardboard used to light a fire, being tipped with a composition that ignites when rubbed against a rough surface
First Aid for the Match, Fifth Edition (First Aid Series)
Make or break advice on getting into the residency program of your choice
Written by medical students who recently completed the match process
First Aid for the Match is a insider's guide to preparing for and succeeding in the match process. The fifth edition features a new, two-color interior design, the latest statistics and advice on matching in each specialty and major sub-specialty, advice on preparing for the 4th year of medical school, and special considerations for IMGs and residents with young families. A chapter on what to do if you don't match ("the scramble") is also included. Chapters on polishing your CV and writing stellar application essays, plus tips on "wowing" them during the interview, will help you map your career path and plan appropriately for success.
Statistics and advice on matching in all major specialties and now--NEW!--major sub-specialties
Includes perspectives by residents/fellows about each sub-specialty and why/how they chose it, what their thought process was in choosing it, the attractions and challenges of the field, the future of the field, etc.
Application and interview tips, including expanded section on interview questions to include more questions for all interviews, as well as for each specialty. Added examples of difficult or unexpected questions and examples of good ways to think about answering certain questions and things to avoid saying
Exapnded section of CVs and high-impact personal statements with real examples and advice on what not to do.
Advice for international medical graduates and residents with young families Advice on travelling to interviews, with new ideas and tips for travel/lodging, and useful websites
Comprehensive guide to the match and planning for match success. Although some information is available on the internet (some not reliable), this book gathers it all in one place and adds valuable insider information and advice.
The content you need to get the match you want:
The Match, Setting Up The Fourth Year, Choosing and Matching in Your Specialty, Weighing Your Options, What If I Can't Decide?; Your Specialty and the Match, Transitional-Year Program, Anesthesiology, Dermatology, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, Internal Medicine & Medical Sub-Specialties, Med-Peds, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics & Pediatric Sub-Specialties, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Psychiatry, Radiology, Radiation Oncology, Surgery & Surgical Sub-Specialties, Urology, IMGs and the Match Process, Getting Residency Information and Applications, The Application, The CV, The Personal Statement, Gearing Up For Interviews, Interview Day, The Rank List and Match Day, After The Match, Appendix A: Worksheets for Application Requirements, Appendix B: Program Evaluation Worksheet, Appendix C: Recommended Resources, About the Authors
Mod.2 Proj.1 Colour Matching
17/20 Good job for finding a suitable wallpaper, you did a well in finding suitable fabrics and to combine them in a way that would tie the whole thing together.
Curtain fabric is particularly effective as it matches wallpaper exactly. Well done for trying out other fabrics from other suppliers though.
Olive green colour is very strong and there seem to be a lot of it in the room so it would not be advisable to use green tinted paint for ceiling. Calm cream colour of wallpaper would have been a perfect colour for the ceiling. Also the other walls in the room should have been cream, so not to have the possible negative effect of having too much colour. (I'm so damn stupid because there was so much off-white in the board I was convinced I put some on the walls too!)
Flooring colour sested would be possible, but then skirting and woodworks should have been painted cream as the ceiling. It would have created a visual boundary between floor and ceiling and give a break to olive walls.
Well done for lighter fabric of sofa. Good that you have thought about praticality of such fabric and provided washable covers.
Excellent to provide lightinig and you have sourced an interesting floor lamp.
Rendering of sofa is very accourate, but purple cushions look brighter then actual fabric. Try to mix pencils to achieve the desired effect. (I did but didn't achieve and sent it to h***).
Decorative armchair is a striking piece not only for colour but also for shape! It would look spectacular against a plain backdrop, so another reason to consider neutral walls.
Board is neat and accurate. Good that you have sewed the cushions.
Floor sample is not a real sample, so you should not include it or look for alternatives like carpet or other (I wanted wood and no one wanted to give sample away!)
Sample used for metal details in unsuitable. (My mother said that was the best part!!!! Never listen to friends or parents....even if they were in the business!)
Pay attention to the way you assign letters: not on top of sample, always in the same place (bottom left-hand corner), start from main sample and continue clockwise.
Letter wrote explains the choices very well. Good to include references to samples on board and to have included a colour copy of wallpaper pattern on a larger scale.
"I just have to ask, does the carpet match the curtains"
"What? I don't get it?"
*whispers in ear*
*fumbling with words*
"I'm not telling and you're never finding out!"
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