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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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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Architectural style: classicism and neo-classicism
Classicism (fr. Classicisme, from the Latin. Classicus - exemplary) - artistic style and aesthetic direction in European art of the XVII-XIX centuries. At the heart of classicism lie the ideas…

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The main type

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 Western Europe (and also affected some countries of Eastern Europe) in the 10th — 12th centuries. (in some places – and in the XIII century) – one of the most important stages in the development of medieval European art. Continue reading

Black and white interior and its combinations
What nuances need to take into account, equipping a black and white interior? It is important that both black and white are perceived by you positively. After all, you will…

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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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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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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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