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
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
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 This does not always lead to the fact that the interior looks outdated or ugly, but most often it is undesirable. Today we will tell you about five of them and explain why they were created and why they are outdated.
COLOR IN THE BEDROOM INTERIOR: HOW TO WORK WITH IT? Continue reading