Among the ways to create a unique, sophisticated room design, the use of aged wood stands out. Antique staircases are charming and always prestigious, they perfectly decorate the interior.
Non-standard techniques in the design of interiors allow you to make any room boring, with its own character. Among other interesting techniques, the artificially aged furniture items and architectural elements stand out. For example, elegant antique staircases give the design of the room a charming exclusivity and add noble notes to it.
A staircase is an important element of design, antique wooden stairs you can order from us directly on our website. Continue reading
Flooring made from materials created by nature have been very popular and very popular for many years. The noble appearance, the relative ease of installation, the affordable price and the significant service life (with the proper daily care are quite significant) made the parquet board a favorite among all the most popular flooring today.
An undoubted advantage of a parquet board is its environmental friendliness, beauty, as well as a significant area of the board, which significantly reduces the time spent laying parquet boards and improves the quality of the resulting surface.
This unique material appeared not so long ago, in the forties of the twentieth century. An official patent was notarized in 1941 in Sweden. The technology has only been improved since then, but its operational properties have not become worse at all, rather the opposite. Continue reading
Even in the first century BC, the ancient Roman architect Virtuvius formulated these simple rules, expressed in just three words – benefit, strength, beauty. It is these three concepts that are the basis of all architecture, both ancient and modern. For interior design, which is inextricably linked with architecture, they are also crucial.
What is so important in these words that are familiar to everyone? These three words, or rather their sequence, are the most important rules for the design of interior design. Their sequence unambiguously indicates what is of primary importance and what is secondary in design. Continue reading