Ultra Violet: the most fashionable hue of 2018 in the interior
This year, we have not yet been able to talk about fashionable shades. And, perhaps, it’s worth starting with the main one, and according to the Pantone Institute of Color,…

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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…

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Stylish and comfortable dining area - it is always possible!
You will not believe it, but if you strongly want, then a stylish and comfortable dining area can be organized even in the smallest apartment, without condemning your budget for…

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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.…

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Neoclassicism in the interior of the bedroom

Quite often, rooms of respectable hotels are decorated in the neoclassical style. And for good reason – this direction in design harmoniously combines conservatism, elegance and fashion trends. This style is perfect for the interior of the bedroom. Calm, but luxurious, it will emphasize your status and allow you to relax in a wonderful atmosphere.
Neoclassicism in the interior
Unlike strict classics, neoclassicism allows introducing the latest innovations and trends into interior design, expands the choice of materials and generally opens up more room for imagination. Here, everything is also based on symmetry, calm colors, simplicity of forms and grace of lines, but neoclassicism is perceived more easily and naturally. Continue reading

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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Symmetry in the interior
Symmetry in the interior is ubiquitous: a pair of identical chairs in the living room, two bedside tables on either side of the bed, twin covers on cushions, and even…

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