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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Small kitchen: some good examples + design tips
The theory and practice of interior design are different things. Therefore, in today’s article of our magazine you will not only be able to read a few useful tips on decorating a small kitchen, but also to see the most successful examples of their use!
Tip number 1: use uncluttered colors
Many people take this advice too literally and, among other things, try to give preference to the brightest, neutral hues. It cannot be said that this is a mistake – this technique really “works”, visually expanding the space. However, this may lead to the fact that the interior of the kitchen will be simply boring. Although, you can bet on a non-trivial, complex shade (even in the beige palette there are any). 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