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.
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
Solid interior: design secrets
Create an interesting, harmonious and stylish interior in one color – it is just that in words. In fact, if you want to arrange a particular room in the prevailing shade, you need to take into account many factors and choose the same color with great foresight and caution. So where are the “pitfalls” of the design of monochrome interiors hiding and how can you not get the effect of monophonic madness as a result?
The dimensions of the room greatly affect the perception of color. Therefore, if you, for example, saw the stunning design of a spacious bedroom in dark gray colors, do not rush to “try on” this image on your room, if it is smaller than the original. It is likely that you will not get the desired effect – it is better to use the advice of professionals.
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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.
Monstera began to be popular relatively recently, although it appeared quite a long time ago in our area in the 18th century. Continue reading