How to make a long living room visually more proportional
If your living room is long and narrow, and there is no opportunity to make redevelopment, you should not despair. There are a number of design manipulations, which together can…

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Interior decor: common mistakes that can be easily corrected
Decorating your interior means making it more comfortable, distinctive, beautiful and original. And, more often than not, in this task nothing else brings us but ... enthusiasm. With endless perseverance,…

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10 design tricks for those who have a very small living room

Logically, the living room should be the most spacious room. But in fact, by no means in all apartments this rule works – sometimes there is hardly enough space in the living room to accommodate a sofa and a coffee table. How to make such a small room comfortable and stylish? In search of an answer to this question, we have collected 10 effective design techniques for you.
United space
The most important thing is not to split up the already small space of the room with additional walls, partitions and shelves. If you want to equip another area in the living room (say, a dining room or home office), then zoning is best done by means of finishing colors or lighting. Continue reading

Special trend: velvet in the interior

For more than a year, velvet has been held in favor of designers of clothing and interiors. This seemingly luxurious material catches the eye and makes you fall in love. What else is due to the universal love of velvet, how it can be used in interior design and how to care for it later – read right now.
What we love velvet in the interior
First of all, of course, for its luxurious, expensive appearance. Natural silk velvet is an expensive fabric, but using it in interior design will increase its visual value at times, so the costs will be definitely justified.
Velvet – one of the best and most spectacular carriers of color. Any shade on it looks as deep and rich as possible, it will change and play with ebb, depending on the lighting. Continue reading