Ekaterina Fedorova: smart home in the Moscow region
Ekaterina Fedorova designed a house in the village near Moscow. The most complex in the project for the designer was the "space" home theater.When a married couple with a four-year-old…

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Out of fashion: How yesterday's trends evolve
The abundance of beautiful interiors in the network plays with us a cruel joke - even favorite styles are boring even earlier than it comes to repair. And although we…

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Ekaterina Fedorova: smart home in the Moscow region
Ekaterina Fedorova designed a house in the village near Moscow. The most complex in the project for the designer was the "space" home theater.When a married couple with a four-year-old…

Continue reading →

Ekaterina Fedorova: smart home in the Moscow region
Ekaterina Fedorova designed a house in the village near Moscow. The most complex in the project for the designer was the "space" home theater.When a married couple with a four-year-old…

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What is shebbi-chic or why is “battered luxury” so popular in the interior?

Design does not stand still – every year interior styles are improved, new images are created, new technologies are used and old directions are mixed. For the past few years, a certain Shabby-chic has been popular, which in English translates as “battered luxury”.

Shabby chic appeared not so long ago and was used for a long time to denote hand-made techniques. The founder of the style is Rachel Ashevell – it was she who about 20 years ago was able to create her own unique interior, which had characteristic negligence and at the same time, looked rich, luxurious and not fancy. Continue reading

Main trends of the Milan exhibition
Traditionally, the Milan furniture salon collects in this world-famous city with its fashionable events the most diverse public. Among the visitors of the exhibition one can meet both eminent designers,…

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Designer carpet on the floor: a new look at the design of the room
For many centuries, people have been using carpets to give comfort and warming to a room. If from the 18th to the beginning of the 20th century, only upper-class people…

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