The Scandinavian style takes on new features of the aesthetics and accuracy of Japan. What remains is the simplicity of stylistic devices, the maximum work of style to preserve and expand space and illumination. All techniques are becoming more delicate and thoughtful. Warm shades begin to appear, the style becomes more comfortable and varied in colors. Common materials are wall painting, clean or painted wood, small-format ceramics, textiles with geometric patterns.
Responsible attitude to nature and the environment in general makes the eco style more and more popular. The main feature is the use of natural, environmentally friendly and recyclable materials. In most cases, eco-style involves the use of natural colors and shades. A classic combination is a combination of light wood (oak or ash) with a green color, which is usually introduced into the interior in the form of plants.
Not all spaces are suitable for a loft. This style is interesting in that it is shaped by the characteristics and characteristics of the room itself. Whether it is an attic floor with an interesting shape of the ceilings, or a basement with concrete columns and powerful brickwork, all this immediately plays into the hands of the designer. But since such spaces are rare in a modern city, the loft has acquired stylized features.
Now it is considered bad form to create artificial and contrived designs of beams, columns and other things. In a standard apartment, the features of a loft are a ceiling sewn with brushed wood, lining of columns with metal sheets, mirrors with patina, masonry made of hand-molded decorative bricks, etc. It is also worth noting that all the details become more accurate and detailed.
Eclecticism has become very popular now. Moreover, eclecticism is combined with folk motives. They begin to combine the modern style with elements of art and folklore. At the same time, there is a process of modernization and rethinking of historical details, the interior is becoming a mat for the folk art of our ancestors.
Minimalism remains unchanged: the widespread use of white walls, large mirrored surfaces, discreet lamps and hidden furniture fittings. The main rule is completely opposite to the loft – to hide all technical and structural solutions behind a carefully thought out neat plane of walls, ceilings and floors.
The space of minimalism is necessarily austere and not burdened with unnecessary detail. However, there are accent elements – a bright picture, colored pillows or catchy elements of furniture filling. The main thing is that it only emphasizes the minimalism and pedantry of the surrounding room.
Attention to detail
From Scandinavian style to loft, from minimalism to eclecticism – whichever style you prefer today or next year, details always play a decisive role. Exquisite furnishings, art objects and quality appliances can unleash the full potential of your interior.