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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Artificial flowers in decor: back in fashion
The importance of plants in human life cannot be overestimated, and not only in terms of maintaining ecological balance. They are no less important for us as a source of…

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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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English style in the interior of the apartment

History of
The formation of the English style in the interiors began in the 18-19 century. Restrained Englishmen were not particularly keen on Baroque and Rococo, preferring restraint and classics.

The development of the genre was actively promoted by the Romanesque and Gothic style. They are today found in the castles of the Middle Ages. Continue reading

Modern interior: styles, ideas, examples of projects
We define the terminology. Is there a difference between the content of the phrases "modern interior" and "modern style"? There is! The first is a generalized name for a group…

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Metal in the interior - types, combinations, decor
Ways to use metal in the interior The main rule is balance. Steel, iron, chromium are used for zoning, accentuation, decoration in combination with more common finishing materials: wood, plaster,…

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Interior living room in red
Factors and recommendations that need to be taken into account when choosing a living room design in red According to the designers, the red living room will not go unnoticed,…

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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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