Accessories for cafes and restaurants: small steps to success
Each of us has a favorite cafe or restaurant where we are happy to have lunch on working days, spend an hour or two with friends and have romantic dates.…

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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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Modern classics in the interior
Theorists and practitioners of neoclassicism are considered to be English, French and German architects from the 18th and 19th centuries. In particular, Scot Robert Adam, who developed a lightweight and…

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executives are exactly white

Interior cabinet color

What nuances need to be considered when choosing a color palette for the office?
When selecting colors for the cabinet, it is important to consider the following nuances:

Perception of the palette.
It is important to take into account not only personal perception, but also visitors to the office, with whom you will need to solve business issues and enter into contracts. Continue reading

Architectural style: Romanesque
Romanesque style (from lat. Romanus - Roman) was developed in Western European art of the 10th-12th centuries. He most fully expressed in architecture. The Romanesque, artistic style that prevailed in…

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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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Interior decoration in vintage style
The word "vintage" appeared in our everyday life relatively recently. In fact, this term was the first to be used by French winemakers to denote high quality wines of years…

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"Classics of the genre": interior items in a classic style
If you look at classicism in the broad sense of the word, associations immediately appear, united by one word - “masterpiece”. The concept of “classic” (from the Latin classicus) implies…

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