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…

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Why do we need secret doors in the interior and how to hide them
Speaking of secret doors, only stories about old castles and mysterious Narnia come to mind. But only if you are not a designer. Because secret doors in modern interiors are…

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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. 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

Interesting design of the hotel, grill and bar Baltazar in Hungary

If you ever find yourself in Budapest, traveling around Hungary, then the Baltazar hotel is a place worth visiting. This is not only a hotel, here you will find a grill restaurant and a wine bar.
Baltazar is a place where you can relax with your family or alone or in the company of friends. Not only tourists and hotel residents come here, the inhabitants of Budapest also love and appreciate this place very much. In Baltazar you will find a cozy cafe and an exquisite restaurant, a bar with a wide variety of drinks, a playground and of course a comfortable hotel with first-class service. Continue reading

Hotel room interior: why hotel guests prefer light colors

If you travel a lot and often, you probably noticed that during the registration of rooms, hotel owners prefer natural light colors, or even just white color. This is hardly an accident, so our editorial board decided to figure out why this particular scale is so popular there in the interior design of hotels.
Bright room – a satisfied guest
As a rule, a guest gets into a hotel room pretty tired from the road, often fairly dusty and generally overwhelmed with various road “impressions”. Continue reading