The decorative arts are traditionally defined as ornamental and functional works in ceramic, wood, glass, metal, or textile. The word ceramic is derived from the Greek word κεραμικός ( keramikos) Wood is hard fibrous lignified structural tissue produced as secondary Xylem in the stems of Woody plants notably trees but also shrubs Glass in the common sense refers to a Hard, Brittle, transparent Solid, such as that used for Windows many The M acro E xpansion T emplate A ttribute L anguage complements TAL, providing macros which allow the reuse of code across A textile is a flexible material comprised of a network of natural or artificial Fibres often referred to as thread or Yarn. The field includes ceramics, furniture, furnishings, interior design, and architecture. Ceramics and ceramic art in the art world means artwork made out of clay bodies and fired to form a ceramic. Furniture is the Mass noun for the movable objects which may support the human body (seating furniture and beds, provide storage or hold objects on horizontal Interior design is a practice concerned with anything that is found inside a space - walls windows doors finishes textures light furnishings and furniture The term architecture (from Greek αρχιτεκτονικήarchitektoniki) can be used to mean a process a profession or documentation The decorative arts are often categorized in opposition to the "fine arts", namely, painting, drawing, photography, and large-scale sculpture. Fine art is any Art form developed primarily for Aesthetics rather than Utility. Painting (pān'tīng in Art, is the practice of applying Color to a Surface (support base such as e Drawing is a Visual art that makes use of any number of drawing instruments to mark a two-dimensional medium Photography (fә'tɒgrәfi or fә'tɑːgrәfi (from Greek φωτο and γραφία is the process and Art of recording pictures by means of capturing Some distinguish between decorative and fine art based on functionality, intended purpose, importance, status as a unique creation, or single-artist production. Decorative arts, or furnishings, may be fixed (for example, wallpaper), or moveable (for example, lamps).