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.
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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
In the world of interior design, there are controversial solutions, there are some that can be said to be “Amateur”, but there are also frankly failed combinations. We have collected the TOP 5 unsuccessful combinations in the interior, which should be avoided.
White walls + white furniture
Even when the Scandinavian “total white” was in the trend, the combination of “white walls + white furniture” was poorly adapted to life. Such interiors look good on the pages of glossy magazines, but in a real apartment, the white space has obvious disadvantages. First of all, this is not practical, especially if children live in the apartment. Continue reading