Architectural style: Gothic
The word "Gothic" comes from the Italian gotico - an unusual, barbaric - (Goten - barbarians; this style has nothing to do with the historical Goths), and was first used…

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Country style in the interior of the house
Rustic simplicity and home comfort inherent in country style, create a feeling of warmth and evoke pleasant memories from childhood about the unforgettable time spent with her grandmother in the…

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Empire style in architecture
Empire style appeared in art and architecture in the late XVIII - early XIX century, after the French Revolution and in the period of Napoleon's empire. The very name of…

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Eclectic in the interior

History of
Eclecticism flourished in the years 1830-1890. Innovators were European architects who, in search of inspiration, began to mix parts from various classical movements. They tried to create something unusual and fashionable on the basis of the familiar and famous. The development of active ties between the continents: from the subordinate colonies, the Europeans brought to their homeland exotic things and decorated their houses and apartments. Continue reading

Contemporary style in interior
A bit of history In the middle of the last century, the middle class lived in small separate apartments and dwellings of a communal type. The decor was restrained and…

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The role of the decor in the interior
Decoration in the work of a designer. When creating an interior, the designer focuses on the most significant moments for the customer. Based on them, he creates the most successful…

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Vintage style in the interior
Is vintage popular today and who prefers it? Some people are not to the modern situation, due to the impact of high technology, but to a home filled with objects…

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Colonial styles in the interior
History of For the first time, the direction began to form in the 18th century, during the period of the active development of Great Britain, geographical discoveries and the colonization…

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