Eco-friendly interior: the house in which the soul rests
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…

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Decorating hotel rooms wallpaper
Already we can say definitely that one of the most popular types of finishing materials are good and noticeable wall coverings. Surely you have repeatedly had to deal with such…

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Microtrands: monstera in the interior

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.
Meet Monstera
Monstera began to be popular relatively recently, although it appeared quite a long time ago in our area in the 18th century. Continue reading

Corian in the interior, or what is good acrylic stone

What is Corian is not known to everyone. However, every adult has heard about acrylic stone – it is one and the same material. For half a century, artificial stone has been widely used in various fields of design. In this article we will tell you in simple language about the properties and advantages of the artificial stone, as well as how it can be used in the interior.
A revolution in the world of finishing materials
Korian, as an alternative to natural stone, appeared 50 years ago and became a real sensation. Not a single material has opened up such wide possibilities before designers and finishers. Using acrylic stone, it became real to create exclusive designs and objects in almost any color and size and, most importantly, without seams. Continue reading

Interior trends that have lost their relevance

Some trends in the world of interior design have been at the peak of their popularity for too long. So long that they turned into unspoken rules. But even such well-established and familiar methods sooner or later lose their relevance.
Artificial lighting for the light
Previously, lamps and lights were used exclusively in those areas where there was not enough natural lighting. Today, designers have expanded these boundaries: floor lamps, table lamps, chandeliers and sconces are used for unobtrusive zoning of space, and for creating an original lighting script as a whole, and simply as a decor for the interior. So the lighting devices have long ceased to be considered in their original purpose.
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