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Technically, the first interior designers where the cavemen and women who added a touch of personality to their space by drawing on the walls. Obviously, there have been plenty of style changes since.
Text by Stacy Wynn
For ancient Romans, the home was all about displayed wealth, decorating every available space with lavish wall murals and floor mosaics. They were also focused on comfort with plush furnishings to lounge on.
During The Renaissance, only the wealthiest could afford carpets. In most cases, they were too expensive to be walked on and where hung on the walls. Tapestries and painted cloths were slightly less expensive alternatives.
The 18th Century saw books — which were still quite costly then — as the new sign of affluence as well as education. From massive libraries to ostentatious bookcases, they were an indicator of a cultured homeowner.