What a stunning interior really looks like
1/2022

Do you want to know what a stunning interior really looks like? (and not the ones that you are mostly shown on Instagram – boring, meticulous, sewn with three materials and three colors).
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Do you want to know what a stunning interior really looks like? (and not the ones that you are mostly shown on Instagram – boring, meticulous, sewn with three materials and three colors).

Take a look at this photo. This is the embodiment and example of a classy and timeless interior. One that is relevant YESTERDAY, TODAY, ALWAYS.

It makes you want to look at it, move from one object to another, return to the foreground and try to understand why such wild objects fit together so well?

Why?

It implements the formula:

background + modern and neutral objects + vintage + art + mid century (it can also be classified as vintage) + rethinking or irony/grotesque/strangeness.

And all this is mixed up on the contrast of textures (matte-shiny-rough-transparent.........wood-fur-ceramics-mirror), and good range of colors.

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Let me explain with this example:

Against the backdrop of white walls and a plank deck floor, in a strictly symmetrical composition, a dining group was mixed from a vintage pseudo-classical bench covered with thick textured fur, design icons – S chairs by Verner Panton, a transparent scandalous Ghost chair from Philippe Starck, a simple dining table made of wood, a vintage apothecary chest of drawers with modern versions of Chinese urns on it (in white and without a pattern), and behind them the wall is unexpectedly decorated with icons and a coquettish baroque mirror.

The ceiling unusually echoes the floor (also in wood or a suitable color). In the center is an antique Murano glass chandelier. There are curtains with outlandish floral prints on the windows, refreshing the interior in green tones. On the left wall is something like modern art, perhaps a stylization of the icon.

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This is what an eclectic design looks like. Just like a good work of art: multi-layered, with its own dynamics and concept, with the desire to study and unravel.

It is not easy to create such interiors. In addition to a sense of taste, it is desirable to know the history of design and art, to know the basics of composition and color science. The recommended “observation” alone is, of course, not enough.

But if you have the desire, this is quite an affordable interior and not outrageously expensive. All items can be obtained with delivery to Ukraine.

And the so-called "modern interiors" are very minimalistic and often primitive, they are also doomed to oblivion, like the once trendy loft.

That's it.

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(photo source houzz.com)

Mariia Kotenko
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