A children’s room is a magical and fabulous world in which a child will grow and develop. Therefore, the interior and decor in the baby’s room should be thought out to the smallest detail. A small person should feel cozy and comfortable in his personal space. In addition, the children’s room performs difficult tasks, as it simultaneously serves as a bedroom, dressing room and game room, as well as a room where you can do homework in a relaxed atmosphere. Parents are required to make sure that the children’s room is equipped with everything necessary for the child, is functional and looks aesthetically pleasing.
Before buying furniture for a nursery, make sure the quality of the materials from which it is made. They must be safe for the fragile health of the child, environmentally friendly and well polished. If the budget allows you not to save on furniture, then pay your attention to natural wood furniture. It is guaranteed to serve for a long time and, even after years, will retain its original appearance and properties. Continue reading
Long gone are the days when bulky furniture with ornate patterns and heavy decorative elements, which occupied literally every free meter of space, was considered a special chic and indicator of wealth in the family. Today, at the peak of trends in the world of fashionable interiors, modular furniture is located and firmly entrenched. Down with the monolithic walls! Give preference to light, ergonomic and multi-functional furniture!
Modular furniture is not just a set of elements of furniture decor, as it might seem at first glance. This is a whole composition with which you can rationally organize the useful space in the room and create a full-fledged room design. By purchasing a modular furniture system, you for some time turn into a designer of your own apartment, planning the location of the furniture elements. Mobility, easy change of arrangement of elements in the room and relative to each other – this is one of the advantages of modular furniture. Continue reading
Often we encounter a problem that we have had since the distant Soviet times – this is the lack of free space in the apartment. It is due to the fact that in the USSR they were of the opinion that the apartment should be, first of all, affordable, and only then convenient and comfortable for living. This is where the layouts of apartments, which are far from rational, in which the rooms have a small footage, originate, the kitchen in its dimensions is more like a spacious hinged wardrobe, and you still doubt the presence of the hallway.
In fairness, it is worth noting that even now developers and architects rarely deviate from such familiar and dear to the standards standards, building skyscrapers with “comas”, in the corridors of which it is difficult to miss the whole family. Therefore, an incredibly easy and convenient solution to the problem was found that would compensate for the lack of storage space for furniture that absorbs all uncomfortable corners. So there was an increased demand for corner cabinets. Continue reading