Zoning in the interior: how to enter the comfort zone
According to Internet wisdom: before you step out of your comfort zone, it is necessary first to enter it. In the Wake of the popularity of open layouts, interiors began…

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Loft-style interior: do we say "bye" to it or don't let it go?
What if you spent a lot of effort and money on a loft interior, and it is declared out of fashion? Is it time to rip off decorative bricks from…

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German practicality: Bauhaus style in the interior
The Bauhaus originated a hundred years ago, revolutionizing the design world. New forms, new materials, and, most importantly, new ideas inspired artists, sculptors, and architects to transform the surrounding reality…

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Scandinavian style in the interior: history and features

Last year, the Scandinavian style had a dizzying success. Simplicity of forms, open plans, white background, abundance of light and space, minimum of decor and furniture-all this unobtrusive asceticism has become an indispensable tool in organizing the interiors of small apartments and studios, trendy cafes and showrooms. But, as is usually the case, the excitement is followed by cooling. And in 2019, Scandinavian bored almost everyone.

If last year you have already decorated your apartment according to all the canons of Scandinavian fashion, and today you are starting to think about how to make it more comfortable and noble, this article is for you. Continue reading

Design of a small Studio apartment

A popular format for modern housing is Studio apartments. Small dimensions dictate the need for maximum functionality of each square meter. How to make compactness not only convenient, but also beautiful? Let’s talk about the basic principles of designing a small-sized Studio apartment.

Who lives in the house?
There is a well-established opinion that the Studio is an inexpensive apartment not very convenient layout, located in residential neighborhoods. However, this is not always the case: many high-end residential complexes also assume one-room apartments of Euro format (consisting of one room combined with a kitchen) of a large area. Continue reading

Memphis-style that plays into the interior

For the past few years, it has seemed that there are only three styles in the world of interior design: Scandinavian, loft, and classic. Before the start of the new decade, the interiors required changes. Today, pure styles go out of fashion and mix with each other. The trend is eclecticism, individualization of space and bold experiments. It’s all about the Memphis style. Find out where it came from, what it looks like and what it is “eaten” with in modern interiors.

Pop art + Bob Dylan
Most interior styles are shaped by the era and national color. But not Memphis. This style is not historical, but author’s. It was born in Milan, in the 80 – ies of the last century with the light hand of the architect and designer Ettore Sottsassa. Even the exact date of birth is known. Continue reading

Zaha Hadid's alien design
In the twentieth century, when architecture and interior design so often became the heirs of previous styles, Zaha Hadid's nonconformism stunned and knocked the ground out from under her feet.…

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Neo-Baroque: obsolete or trendy interior trend?
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…

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Scandinavian-style kitchen design
Today we will tell you how to create a kitchen design in a simple, minimalistic and noble Scandinavian style. First, let's look at its characteristics. Features of the Scandinavian style…

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Pros and cons of natural stone stairs
Characteristics of stairs made of natural stone Granite and marble stairs are highly valued all over the world due to the following advantages: high strength and durability; they are made…

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