Appearing in Italy at the turn of the XVI – XVII centuries, the Baroque style represented an abundance of luxury, demonstrated power and wealth. Designed to beautify reality by combining various types of art in one interior composition with theatrical effects, it was popular in Royal palaces and country noble residences. With the advent of the twentieth century and the development of progress, modernism and constructivism pushed back the Baroque with its excesses. But fashion is returning, so in the second half of the twentieth century, the Baroque was transformed and became a new trend. Innovative materials were added to the traditional sophistication and rich decoration, and the basis was laid by current concepts of comfort and ergonomics. That’s what gave birth to the neo-Baroque style. Continue reading
Feng Shui in the interior: japanordic, Japanese minimalism, wabi-sabifen-Shui in the interior: japanordic, Japanese minimalism, wabi-Sabi
Sometimes, I went into an apartment and do not need to be a psychologist to understand what the inhabitants breathe and how they live. Everyone will agree that the interior is a mirror of the inner world of a person, and supporters of Feng Shui will add that a properly organized space can not only reflect, but also change for the better some aspects of human life. What is Feng Shui in the interior of an apartment, what it is based on and in what interior styles it is convenient? Let’s figure it out.
According to Feng Shui: how it works Continue reading
Euroformat apartments, where the living room is combined with the kitchen, are one of the most popular offers on the market today. Studios are in particular demand. At the same time, the issue of dividing space into functional zones is quite acute. We will tell you how to properly zone a Studio apartment with an area of 25-30 square meters.
How does the layout affect the interior
Previously, we have already talked about the features of the interior design of a small Studio. Continue reading