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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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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Architectural style: revival
The architecture of the Renaissance - the period of development of architecture in European countries from the beginning of the XV to the beginning of the XVII century in the…

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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 – mansions, as well as in the construction of business, industrial and commercial buildings – banks, exchanges, stations. Appearing in a rapidly developing industrial society, the modern style, on the one hand, was characterized by rational structures: reinforced concrete, glass, and facing ceramics were widely used, on the other hand, its decorative nature was the main feature of the style. Continue reading

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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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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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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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…

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