furniture and home accessories


Placement rules

There is no clear division of accessories into groups, depending on the function of the room. Unless, of course, it is not a coal tongs, which, of course, should stand by the fireplace. Moreover, in a modern dwelling there is no regulated zoning of the premises. The study is now combined with the guest area, the dining room can be part of the living room or kitchen, etc.
The rules for the placement of accessories are also essentially absent. This is more from the field of intuition. The main rule when choosing “home decorations” is not to be small! Very detailed items are more difficult to place in the interior, because they impose additional requirements on any pattern. The principles of shaping and classical styles have been established for centuries. Of course, any rules can be broken, but it must be done wisely.


This style copies the atmosphere of the creative workshop. He is characterized by deliberate “incompleteness” in everything from brick walls without finishing to bare utilities. Loft loves brutal materials – natural wood, leather, metal with traces of welding seams. Based on what has been said, here’s what you can add to the existing picture.
1) In such an interior, coffee tables and racks made of metal structures and solid solid become ideal.

2) Accessories typical for a hunting lodge – a deer’s head or another trophy – will look interesting on textured raw walls. At the same time, it is not necessary that the scarecrow be real. The same applies to animal skins, which will look spectacular on the floor or on sofas with armchairs.

3) Such an industrial interior will be well diluted by non-flowering plants.

4) Local sources of warm light are welcome in the loft. It can be a garland with incandescent lamps, dim lamps and sconces. Accessories made of black, white or yellow metal are particularly well suited. This applies not only to lighting devices.

5) Accessories can also be selected according to the principle of similarity: all kinds of accessories with pronounced masculine energy will look organically in the loft.

Scandinavian style
this style originated in the Scandinavian countries, where people live in a rather harsh climate and a long absence of the sun. It is his lack that it is customary to compensate with light tones in the interior. All pieces of furniture are simple and functional, natural wood is popular from materials. The interior itself is quite minimalist and even ascetic, so the walls are often painted white or light gray.
1) Candles. Scandi style cannot be imagined without candles! They are a symbol of a lighted hearth, a small source of light and heat in the middle of a long polar night. Candles of different heights and diameters, displayed on one dish, look beautiful.

2) Fluffy pillows and blankets in the color scheme of the interior. This all adds comfort, and comfort is vital in countries with a prolonged winter.

3) Against the background of a white-gray scale, statuettes and vases in gold, bronze and silver will look luxurious.

4) Everything that symbolizes the warmth of the hearth. For example, candlesticks and statuettes in the form of houses. And a sign with the inscription “Home sweet home” must have a place in an apartment decorated in this style. As a decoration here you can use… birch logs, even if you don’t have a stove or fireplace. They can be folded on the floor or put in a basket, illuminated with a garland.

5) Another characteristic feature of the Scandi style is wicker baskets. They often put flower pots in them. The same is done with the Christmas tree.

6) Often such interiors are decorated with an army of succulents and cacti. In addition, it is a popular print and motif in the design.

Aristocratic and generous Art Deco is not as often used in interior design today as its two predecessors, but, nevertheless, it is very popular. It originated at the beginning of the XX century and still has an army of fans. He is characterized by a love of color contrasts of light and dark, geometric patterns in the decoration, glossy surfaces and the luster of precious metals.

1) The most popular Art Deco accessory is a mirror or a watch with a frame in the form of the sun. The sun’s rays are generally a very popular motif for this style.

2) Any unusual chandeliers of the craziest shapes can take root in a room decorated in this style. Crystal, a lot of elegant lampshades, bright gold – all this is in high esteem. As well as lamps with lampshades and flirty sconces.

3) If you want to recreate the Art Deco style in your apartment, almost any extravagant shiny vases and figurines will suit you.

Classic style
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The classical style draws inspiration from the aesthetics of palace luxury. In houses decorated in this style, twisted legs of furniture are still found, curtains made of dense fabrics are on the windows, lamps and chandeliers are stylized as candelabra, and stucco molding may be present on the ceiling and walls.

1) In such an interior, an expensive crystal chandelier will look appropriate, giving a lot of light and sparkling with each of its facets.

2) Of course, antiques are welcome. However, for this you need to have an unlimited budget or rob the amber chamber. Since furnishing a house with antiques is not always an achievable goal, items made “antique” will do. For example, a mirror in a twisted frame or a Rococo clock.

3) A small bust of a poet or thinker may be located on your desktop. An inkwell with a pen and a paperweight will add points to the atmosphere.

4) Candles, candelabra, as well as chandeliers and sconces, stylized for them – this is what you need.

And now let’s repeat all the principles of a successful decor:
Brutal accessories, metal objects – black, gold, copper-colored, animal skins are suitable for the loft.

Candles, minimalistic accessories of calm colors or metallic colors, fluffy blankets will be ideal for scandi-style.

If your choice is luxurious Art Deco, pay attention to the extravagant chandeliers, shiny vases of unusual shapes and mirrors with a frame in the form of the sun.

Classic style: take a closer look at everything antique or antique

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