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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Traditional style in the interior
Style benefits Versatility The design is well suited for finishing both a country cottage and an apartment in a high-rise building. Organically fits into any interior space - public and…

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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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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, wallpaper, tiles, etc. Otherwise, with the dominance of steel parts, the living space risks turning into cold and lifeless. Continue reading

Interior design of a wooden house
Wall designs If the house of a log house with a smooth finish, it is polished and covered with a transparent varnish, it is possible with a slight shade. In…

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Interior design of a wooden house
Wall designs If the house of a log house with a smooth finish, it is polished and covered with a transparent varnish, it is possible with a slight shade. In…

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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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Architectural style: Gothic
The word "Gothic" comes from the Italian gotico - an unusual, barbaric - (Goten - barbarians; this style has nothing to do with the historical Goths), and was first used…

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