Restoring buildings, furniture and more...
It's about more than decoration
Decorating one’s home can be a desire, a joy, a hope for better days. Anyone can improvise and improve his/her home’s interior design. Moreover, it is indeed a field where creation and imagination are required in the foreground.
It all starts with a logical arrangement of the rooms. Start by identifying your spatial needs and knowing how you want to use your home.
To optimize the space, you must first of all be able to store your things. It is therefore imperative to create a maximum amount of storage space in your home.
There’s nothing worse than a room where you can’t walk around. Know that a successful interior design is an interior design that you understand at first glance.
For a beautiful interior, nothing better than an antique piece of furniture! Obviously, you still need to know how to restore it to its former beauty and charm. Having the eye to find the rare piece hidden behind a 50s orange paint or a slightly decrepit varnish is always good. Giving it a second life is even better! Fortunately for you, there are experts like Mr Expert and others that give us their tips and tricks to recognize antique pieces of furniture, appraise and restore them in the best way possible.
Interior design's most common styles
Conservatives, nostalgics or simply those who appreciate the values of the past can adopt classical and baroque styles.
The most recent style is the contemporary decoration that characterizes the modern house very accentuated by the design.
The factory style inspired by industrial civilization favors the choice of coarse materials such as metal, iron, wood…
The current trend is for the interior to be personalized to its occupant so that it is an extension of his/her personality and becomes his/her little universe. Thus, the typical interior is no longer recommended, on the contrary, one gives free rein to invention and composition. The interior decoration must reveal the taste, reflect the character and lifestyle of the person.