Quartz agglomerate-so called quartz, combined with resins and with the addition of colored impurities. The natural mineral quartz occupies more than 94% of this compound. You can call the alloy obtained in this way an artificial stone, but this is not entirely true. There is a big difference between a completely artificial stone based on acrylic and quartz-the first one does not use natural components.
Method for producing quartz agglomerate
The basis for quartz stone is vein quartz, previously crushed to the state of crumbs. After processing, it is sent for washing, drying and sorting by size. This is followed by a stage of vibropressing materials in vacuum and under high temperature. 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
A couple of years ago, the pages of interior publications were white – white from Scandinavian interiors. Light, laconic, cozy Scandinavian style has found its admirers all over the world. Even now, when pure styles are going out of fashion, and the legislators of tastes write Scandinavian “total white” in the anti-trend, many are not yet ready to part with the Northern interior. You don’t have to give up what you like. Designers offer to breathe new life into the Scandinavian interior by adding colors and elements from other styles.
First, let’s make a reservation: the Scandinavian style in its classic Russian interpretation has gone out of fashion: minimalism + white walls. Continue reading