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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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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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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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

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 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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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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"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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