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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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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Interior design with a second light
From history to modernity The interiors of the second light were still in the Middle Ages in churches, shrines, government buildings and in the homes of influential people. In those…

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Mirror decor in the interior: the best ideas for home and office

People always wanted to see their reflection. The first prototypes found during excavations of mirrors made of tin and precious metals belong to the Bronze Age. And the real mirrors appeared already in the 13th century, when the technology of glass production was mastered.

Since then, began the “crown” of mirrors in all countries, times and continents. 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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Columns in the interior of apartments and houses
What materials are the columns made of? Columns in a modern interior are made of different materials. Regardless of their type, the design consists of three parts - a capital…

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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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