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
An interesting interior doesn’t mean expensive. Sometimes one or two elements can completely transform the space. We will tell you how to create a spectacular kitchen interior with small funds.
Color is the most affordable luxury in the interior. Choose one juicy accent shade and combine it with neutral tones. For example: blue + gray, yellow + white, green + light wood.
A bright spot and a point of attraction for the eye can be the facade of a kitchen set, but if you are afraid to let too much color into the space, dose it. Continue reading
While other famous designers created interior art objects that were not suitable for living, sir Terence Conran put convenience first. Knighted for his services in the field of design, Conran was influenced by the whole British way of life and lifestyle. Let’s find out how one of the most influential designers in the world sees a modern interior.
Design to the masses
The future founder of The London design Museum was born in 1931 to a South African businessman. At 21, Terence graduated from the Central school of Art and Design. In 1951, he took part in his first professional project — creating the interior of a seaplane. A year later, he opens a furniture Studio Conran & Company. Continue reading