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
Baroque (italyan. Barocco - pretentious). Usually, speaking about art XVII century, noted two basic styles - Baroque and Classicism as well as the third, vnestilevoe realistic direction. All these style lines existed at the same time, and sometimes were joined in a single monument, which is not always speak about purity of style in a given product.
Baroque Rome is considered the homeland, and the most vivid examples of this style of architecture were established in Italy, Spain, Portugal, southern Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Lithuania, Spanish and Portuguese colonies in Latin America. In all these countries the Catholic Church had a very great influence, and thus became the Baroque style, which she adopted a
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