Geometric patterns are undoubtedly the interior design hit of several seasons. They appear in various versions and combinations - minimalistic, colourful, mosaics. They reign on walls, floors, tablecloths. How to explain the ever-popular phenomenon of geometry? After years of fancy designs, people have longed for simplicity and tradition. Furthermore, - they noticed that the combination of both works great as a decorative element.
The easiest way to describe the shabby chic style is to compare it with our grandparents' homes. Twenty or thirty years old furniture, faded sofas and floral wallpapers, lace tablecloths on every table. In short—artistic disorder which is currently one of the most popular trends in interior design.
Summer arrived and settled in for good. Although often the weather does not encourage going to a forest meadow, it's worth going for a Sunday picnic, breathe in fresh air and remind ourselves ofcarefree childhood time. One can hardly think of summer holidays without mentioning children playing in a meadow full of flowers.
Why is it worth to enjoy the charms of summer weather and go to a meadow? Not only for sentimental reasons, but above all - for health benefits!
Each of us knows someone who does not like painting walls. This is not surprising - such a wall must be specially prepared for painting, which requires a lot of spare time.
How to refresh the look of the living room or the bedroom the fastest way? Wallpapers and wall murals come in handy.
Tropical temperatures are not letting go - we have a sunny, African summer. In such hot weather we are looking for different ways to cool down, but what to do when even cold water with ice cubes does not give us the desired refreshment? African people use live palm leaves to cool down. Though in such heat soon we will have palm plantations in our European climate, so far we have to have our own imagination. We recommend a few inspirations of palm trees removable photo wallpapers, imprinted with juicy palm leaves.