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Japanese style in the interior is contrary to many of the usual and accepted rules of design in the modern European world. To understand the whole essence and principles on which this style is built, it is necessary to realize the whole essence of Japanese culture and traditions.
Japanese style is a high sensual aesthetics and a minimum of decorative elements. At the heart of the style is the Japanese traditional habit of saving, and rational use of resources, space and time. Continue reading
The history of the classic style is rich and rich. The birth and formation of this style began in the time of the Roman Empire. But the full decoration of the style, as a separate trend in art and architecture, began only 300 years ago. And throughout this time, the classic style absorbed the most luxurious, relevant, refined interior elements and combinations. The main principles of the classical style are: luxury, chic, comfort, convenience, wealth and elegance. Continue reading
The style of mid-century modern appeared in America in the mid-1940s: the war was over, and people wanted comfortable furniture, democratic and life-affirming interiors. The name of the style came up with the American journalist Kara Greenberg in the eighties and described it in her book “Mid-century Modern: Furniture of the 1950s”. Continue reading