Art Nouveau in architecture
Modern style appeared in European style modern in architecture and American art in the late XIX - early XX century and most clearly manifested in the architecture of private houses…

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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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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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Architectural style: baroque

Baroque architecture (L. Bernini, F. Borromini in Italy, BF Rastrelli in Russia) is characterized by spatial scope, cohesion, turnover of complex, usually curvilinear, forms. Often there are deployed large-scale colonnades, an abundance of sculpture on the facades and in the interiors, volutes, a large number of fragments, arched facades with framing in the middle, rusticated columns and pilasters. Domes acquire complex shapes, often they are multi-layered, like those of St. Peter’s Cathedral in Rome. Continue reading

Living room interior colors and combinations
Basic rules for color matching According to the well-known rule of designers, these proportions are used - 60:30:10. The main part is occupied by the main coloring, 30% is additional,…

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Architectural style of regency and georgian style
These architectural styles in our country are often defined by the general term “English style”, but in reality they represent two interrelated styles - the Georgian style and the regency…

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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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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…

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