Loft interiors are a combination of brutality and industrial style, antiquity and technology. Rough raw textures and lack of planning at the time raised this style to the peak of fashion. As of today, several pitfalls of a typical loft have been revealed:
* open layouts-the enemy of cozy zoning;
* rough brick looks untidy if you overdo it;
* industrial details are far from elegant;
* the absence of textiles is inconvenient;
* dim yellow light is not always appropriate in a household scenario. Continue reading
Neoclassicism in the interior is a reinterpretation of the artistic principles of several art trends at once: Renaissance, Baroque and classicism, whose origins lie in antiquity. Simplicity and harmony, calmness and delicacy – these are the properties of the apartment’s interior design in the neoclassical style. Let’s take a closer look at it.
Neoclassicism suggests a calm design without sharp contrasts, broken lines. There is no excessive decorativeness and overload with details. Trinkets, Souvenirs, canopies, low-functional decorative items are not needed here – this style is emotionally restrained and calm. Continue reading
If the interior can be determined exactly in what year and in the Wake of what fashion trends it was created, then there are a couple of former trends in the space that have already irritated everyone’s eyes. To protect yourself from such troubles, you can stick to the classic style. But not everyone is comfortable in the quiet Harbor of classics, sometimes you want to experiment and play with fashion. This is how trends are born. And then they get bored and go into the past. Let’s see what anti-trends in interior design appeared in 2019.
Images on a kitchen apron
Designers agree that the drawings on the kitchen apron are definitely out of the game. First of all, this applies to photo printing on glass. Continue reading