Interior fashion is changeable, but still not as fast as many people think. Yesterday’s trends flow very smoothly and logically into today’s and follow not only international trends in furniture and architecture design, but also specific world events.
Undoubtedly, trends from the 2000s are still used by some designers in the design of residential space. This does not always lead to the fact that the interior looks outdated or ugly, but most often it is undesirable. Today we will tell you about five of them and explain why they were created and why they are outdated.
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Quartz agglomerate-so called quartz, combined with resins and with the addition of colored impurities. The natural mineral quartz occupies more than 94% of this compound. You can call the alloy obtained in this way an artificial stone, but this is not entirely true. There is a big difference between a completely artificial stone based on acrylic and quartz-the first one does not use natural components.
Method for producing quartz agglomerate
The basis for quartz stone is vein quartz, previously crushed to the state of crumbs. After processing, it is sent for washing, drying and sorting by size. This is followed by a stage of vibropressing materials in vacuum and under high temperature. Continue reading
A good movie is a feast for the eyes and a complete immersion in the atmosphere. Interiors in such films are not just “delicious” shots, they reflect the characters ‘ characters, recreate the unique signs of the country and era, and allow the Director’s idea to be fully revealed. We have collected 3 memorable interiors from the world of cinema. We look, we are inspired, we take on arms.
“Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky»
Paris, the 20s of the last century, the era of art Deco and Chanel No5-a film with this “composition” promises visual pleasure in advance. And it doesn’t disappoint. Continue reading