Gold may not be the most expensive of metals, but it is precisely its brilliance that has become a symbol of luxury. The texture and color of gold is often used in interior design – it is beautiful and always visually increases the cost of decoration. But such elements should be introduced with caution, otherwise there is a risk of escaping from nobility to vulgarity. How to avoid this and apply the “gold” in the interior wisely – says today’s article of our magazine.
“Gold” in various styles of interior
Many believe that the golden glitter is relevant only in the classical style of the interior and its derivatives: neoclassic, Empire, Art Deco. But in reality, it can be no less relevant in modern styles, even such as loft or Scandinavian style. Therefore, if you do not have to monograms, carved furniture and ostentatious bling, this is not a reason to deny yourself the desire to bring in the design of the “golden” note. Continue reading
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, we make the same mistakes, which, as it turned out, can be fixed in one day!
Books as interior decor
Yes, books and magazines, indeed, can be a worthy decoration of the interior – we even devoted a whole article to this topic. However, do not be deceived by the chic view of staged interiors in the photo, where literally piles of books are collected on coffee tables, window sills and the floor. Continue reading
Everyone knows the great Soviet avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich, thanks to his unique work called “Black Square”. But few people know that this man became the founder of a whole trend in art, and it is called “Suprematism”. What is this style and how it can be displayed in the interior – read in today’s article of our magazine.
The history of Suprematism in art
Suprematism (from the Latin. Supremus – the highest) – direction in avant-garde art, founded in the 1st half of the 1910s by KS Malevich. Continue reading