Neoclassicism in the interior is a reinterpretation of the artistic principles of several art trends at once: Renaissance, Baroque and classicism, whose origins lie in antiquity. Simplicity and harmony, calmness and delicacy – these are the properties of the apartment’s interior design in the neoclassical style. Let’s take a closer look at it.
Neoclassicism suggests a calm design without sharp contrasts, broken lines. There is no excessive decorativeness and overload with details. Trinkets, Souvenirs, canopies, low-functional decorative items are not needed here – this style is emotionally restrained and calm. 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
Billy Baldwin is a recognized master of new York decorators, known for his impeccable style and a penchant for a bright “expressionist” palette. Baldwin’s work has a stunning chic that has nothing to do with vulgarity – an effect that designers are still trying to achieve, inspired by Baldwin’s interiors.
Decorating is about color
Billy Baldwin was born on may 30, 1903, and spent his childhood and youth in Baltimore, Maryland. The first impression that had to do with art, Billy received at the age of ten, accidentally met in a theater box with the artist-Fauvist Henri Matisse. Continue reading