Monthly Archives: May 2018
Everything in the interior should be perfect: color, light, furniture, and accessories. You can spend enough time and money on the selection of each “ingredient”, and some little thing will take and spoil the picture, visually reducing the cost of the interior. We tell you how to avoid this.
A trifle, but unpleasant
The devil hides in the details. The most respectable environment can reduce the cost of annoying little things. These include cheap accessories.
5 KEY MISTAKES IN THE INTERIOR
Based on communication with the designers of the Lanskaya shopping complex, we have prepared for you five key errors in the interior and ways to fix them. Continue reading
More recently, the world of interior design was dominated by clean styles: industrial loft with” stripped ” to the bricks walls, white Scandinavian minimalism, charming aged Provence and timeless classics. To collect such a space, it is enough to follow the rules of styling: loft to loft, Scandinavian to Scandinavian. On the threshold of a new decade, clean styles have become boring for everyone. Designers offer us to create unique interiors by mixing ingredients from different styles. This is more difficult than following a specific style instruction. Let’s try to understand the rules of the new interior game.
Neutral finish + accents
There are several ways to harmoniously combine different style elements in the interior. The easiest way is to choose a neutral finish for the walls, floor and ceiling, which will serve as a blank canvas. Continue reading
The layouts of one-room apartments that are being built by developers today make it possible to effectively use each “square”. However, with the help of modern methods of zoning and redevelopment (varying degrees of globality), it is possible to improve the premises of an earlier building. What is it-a modern design of a 1-room apartment of 30-40 sq. m? Let’s try to highlight the rules for creating a good interior.
The layout and design of one-bedroom apartments of 30-40 sqm
Often, the options for placing furniture and finishing rest not even in meters, but in “insidious” centimeters: the doorway is too wide, the end wall is too narrow, the room is elongated, and the window is located in the most inconvenient place. Continue reading