Imagine travelling through time, from the Paleolithic cave paintings of Lascaux , going through Etruria, the roman DomusĀ  and the Pompeian frescoes, up to splendour of the Renaissance. We can witness how the human being has always desired to project his/her sense of beauty in the environment. With time, decorative painting has lost its ground. Nowadays there are relatively few people left who know how, through simple techniques and with either great or small interventions, to obtain very unique andĀ desirable results for the environments within which we live or work. "Decorative Arts" in Rome, with the intention of creating projects according to different needs within public and private spaces, wishes to preserve and spread the ancient techniques by also using new methods and materials.