The magic of antiquity: fresco
Features style "Rococo"
Types of fireplaces
The angular fireplace
Public or private fireplace. or why you need lining
Fireplaces with open and closed firebox
Secrets of masonry
Shelter for the basin
The pavilion for the pool
Pavilions of polycarbonate
The advantages of polycarbonate pavilions
Disadvantages polycarbonate pavilions
Pluses polycarbonate pavilions
Blinds-shelters for swimming pools
Color models solutions
When we look at the picture on the wall or room, first the left hemisphere handles information, "technical". On the subject of multiple proportions and clear, the repetition of similar elements. Then, if not just for themselves will find anything interesting, enters right, "humanitarian". It is responsible for a number of associative, fantasy, and other lyrics.
If an artist draw the most beautiful scenery in the world, but at the horizon line painting will share her exactly in half - of beauty that nobody simply did not see. Brain of the viewer does not accept any beauty, because "humanitarian" hemisphere is not even "including".
Rule golden section reads: no flat or multiple divisions. Only asymmetry and irrationality. It is necessary to combine two colors of wallpaper on the walls by one third in height? Otmerte third and even a little
Stained Glass in the new time
Tech Stained Glass: the new and old
Stained Glass in the interior
The modern interior
Methods of creating stained glass
Stained Glass with their own hands
Stained-glass window of Tiffany
Techniques execution of stained glass
Differences technology Tiffany
The popularity of Tiffany products
Domestic content aquarium
Types of aquariums
Type design aquarium
The aquarium with live plants
Types of aquariums
In the style of "baroque"
Furniture in the style of "Empire"
In the style of "classicism"
In the style of "eclectic"
In the style of "modern"
Interiors "Art Nouveau"
In the style of "constructivism"
In the style of "minimalism"
In the style of "high-tech"
In Egyptian style
The Indian style
The Moroccan interior