The stone motif is a well-known and popular decorative element when it comes to interiors. Its variety of colours and designs allows it to be used in interiors with different functions. Stone will look great in the living room, bathroom, hallway, but also in the kitchen. However, the versatility of this motif goes even further and allows us to match it not only to different interiors, but also to different styles. What kind of stone will fit best the minimalist style, and what kind the glamour style? See how to choose the right type of stone for these and other interior design styles and create perfect and atmospheric rooms.
White interiors seem cold, austere, and unfriendly. This is why we are often afraid of them and are always looking for a colour or pattern to complement the white colour – usually a contrasting and distinct one, to soften its brightness and softness as much as possible. But did you know that bright interiors can be stunning, beautiful and… very different? How is this possible? There are several ways to add variety and arrange white rooms in such a way that they become extremely intriguing and surprisingly different. Read how to do it and see the best, most inspiring ideas for white rooms!
The Arts & Crafts movement was founded in England in 1888, in response to the Industrial Revolution. Its creators proclaimed the need to move away from industrial production in favour of handicraft, in order to provide a large number of people with functional and well-designed everyday items. Forty years later, Walter Gropius, the founder of the famous Bauhaus German art school, argued for creating a strong relationship between art and industry. Architects and artists saw in mass production an opportunity for high-quality products to enter the homes of ordinary people, thanks to their affordable prices resulting from standardisation and large-scale manufacturing. It was then that the idea of industrial design was born.
Ceramic wood has been enjoying success for several seasons. It is hardly surprising – the natural richness of colours, structures and grains is an inexhaustible source of inspiration, while the parameters of wood-like tiles impress with their durability and ease of care. In addition, the form of ceramic boards allows for various ways of laying, each of which creates a distinct decorative effect. See how the face of ceramic boards changes depending on the arrangement!
Arranging a restaurant interior is an exciting topic for every ambitious architect. The interior has to be not only in accordance with applicable regulations but also user-friendly, consistent with the nature of the served kitchen, easy to keep clean, durable, safe and visually stunning. How to meet all these requirements? Check out 6 of our inspiring ideas.
Ceramic tiles are a durable cladding, resistant to moisture and mechanical damage. While in the case of natural wood, securing its surface with specialised agents (for example oils, stains or varnish) is indispensable, in the case of ceramic tiles it is always necessary to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for impregnation. It is best to do this already at the stage of selecting a given ceramic collection, also calculating the cost of impregnation and the frequency of renewing the impregnation treatments.
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- Different interiors, one motif – see how to use stone in different interior styles.
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- Wood in a new version. See the different faces of ceramic boards depending on their arrangement!