Interior design is based on the basic rules, fashion trends, experiments and the so-called microtrends. Today, one of the main microtrends is in decorating rooms with potted plants. Now not only grandmothers and housewives grow flowers in the house, now it is fashionable! Now special favorites can be called succulents, sansevieriya and monstera. The last plant deserves special attention, because the monstera was so fond of the designers that the image of its large “torn” leaves is widely used today.
Monstera began to be popular relatively recently, although it appeared quite a long time ago in our area in the 18th century. Continue reading
Despite the progress that is taking leaps and bounds literally in every sphere, everything natural and organic is valued most of all today. Even the phenomenon of detox is known to almost everyone today. Eco-friendly interior is a kind of detox for the soul. This is a place where you can truly relax, gain new strength, find harmony with yourself and the world.
The principle of eco-friendly interior
It should immediately be said that the eco-friendly interior is not so much a stylistic direction as a separate movement aimed at creating the most environmentally friendly and emotionally relaxing atmosphere in the house. So, no matter whether you live in a country cottage or a small city apartment, you can always create your own personal “oasis” of peace. Continue reading
Quite often, rooms of respectable hotels are decorated in the neoclassical style. And for good reason – this direction in design harmoniously combines conservatism, elegance and fashion trends. This style is perfect for the interior of the bedroom. Calm, but luxurious, it will emphasize your status and allow you to relax in a wonderful atmosphere.
Neoclassicism in the interior
Unlike strict classics, neoclassicism allows introducing the latest innovations and trends into interior design, expands the choice of materials and generally opens up more room for imagination. Here, everything is also based on symmetry, calm colors, simplicity of forms and grace of lines, but neoclassicism is perceived more easily and naturally. Continue reading