English Classic

The English classic interior is one of the most luxurious and elegant style, which combines the aristocracy and restraint. Traditional English style is the solidity and the correct forms above all, attention to detail and a sense of proportion. This interior is quiet and full of restrained dignity, taste and respectability. A distinctive feature of this style is foremost wood, mainly noble breeds: bog oak, mahogany, walnut. Wood in English interior is used everywhere. The walls are lined with wooden panels, on floor there is oak parquet. One of the most recognizable elements of English architecture is a fireplace, reaching almost to the ceiling and lined with tiles of natural stone. English style is chosen by people who appreciate the quiet, cozy and peaceful atmosphere in which all is full of sophistication and nobility.

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Art Deco

The stylistic direction of Art Deco appeared in the mid-20th years of XX century. It owes its name to the International Exhibition of Decorative Arts, which was held in the French capital in 1925. The interior in the style of Art Deco is the realm of direct, geometric lines, expensive materials of finishes and exotic decor. It is preferred materials such as rare species of wood, the leather of exotic animals, chrome-plated metal, glass, ivory, furs and diamonds. Typical colors for the interior Art Deco is a combination of black or dark brown to milky white and gold or steel elements. Often the interiors do not have a complete composition in this style, but is the sum of the individual components and each of them is an exclusive or a piece of art. Art Deco extremely popular in the creative world - among artists, actors and other celebrities.

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Eclecticism

Eclecticism in the interior is the connection of heterogeneous, dissimilar styles and ideas used in the interior of the apartments. The word "eclectic" is of Greek origin and means "to choose, elect, select" - on these principles is the interior style. Designers try to unite no more than three stylistic types creating a modern eclectic style. These styles can be combined with each other by textures, architectural direction and uniform colors. Often eclectic style in the interior is achieved through the use of certain elements related to art deco, with classic or modern things and materials. Particular interest is the furniture made in the style of eclecticism. It has dynamic forms like openwork backs of chairs and armchairs, elegant patterns in the form of curls and carved legs. Quilted upholstery of superior materials turns any piece of furniture to refined decoration. Generally eclecticism is assessed as a cozy and comfortable style. The walls of the apartment can be decorated with wallpaper or tiles of various colors. Mostly there is parquet or natural laminate on the floor. Restrictions on the choice of colors is not. The house is decorated in an eclectic style, it acquires a unique charm and gets lively and cozy. Modern eclecticism is definitely suitable for people who are not afraid experiments and confident in his taste.

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Modern Minimalism

History of inception minimalist style has its origins in the second half of the XX century, when there is a rethinking of the concept of a comfortable home. In place of luxury and extravagance in the environment comes simplicity, conciseness and expressiveness. Respectability is emphasized not the abundance of interior decor and ornateness, but restrained in the situation and a choice of high-quality high-tech materials. Objects are not appreciated for their aesthetic value, but for their functionality. The distinctive features of the modern minimalist interior are maximum functionality premises, restrained colors, the severity and concise manner. This style uses a combination of natural colors, bright palette and game of tones. Often the color scheme is represented by only one or two colors, mostly white, against which it is easy to create a spectacular contrast. For decoration of premises used both natural and industrial materials, but without the effect of creating additional volume.

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Constructivism

Constructivism in interior design and architecture originated in the early XX century as a response to the need for a simple, functional and practical direction. Designers supported the idea, giving special constructivism aesthetics, which makes it today one of the most popular styles. The stylistic dominance of constructivism is the ultimate rationality. There are no place for florid ornaments and intricate lines. Constructivism is a strict geometry, a clear division of color and practical materials. The ideal distribution of space for constructivism is no division into the room, which is replaced by zoning by using color and furniture. A large amount of air and empty space are characteristic of this style. There is considerable merit special arrangement of furniture - it seemed to merge with the room, it is monolithic - shelving grow out of the walls, sofas and tables seemed to go on the floor. The effect is achieved by using one main color and sharp geometric lines. A natural light is highly characteristic of this interior style. Windows up to the floor cope with this task perfectly. Overriding requirement is appropriate in the distribution of artificial lighting. Chandeliers and sconces are placed where they are indispensable. Forms of lighting is geometrically correct without any frills. The color scheme is dominated by monochrome prints. The most popular options is a combination of white or light gray with black, dark gray, red or light green. In general only three shades are dominated and if there are more so the interior loses integrity. Mostly young and active people choose this style, who want to subordinate the life of certain orders without depriving yourself with the right to originality.

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