How to choose a sofa for a child?
If the children's room is small in size or the house does not have a separate room for the child, the sofa can be an excellent option for organizing a…

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FURNITURE IN THE INTERIOR LIVING ROOM
There is one general law in home improvement: as soon as the family breaks up with "cramped" living conditions, a living room appears in the house, like a kind of…

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HOME OFFICE: PLACE FOR WORK AND REST
The office is a familiar, everyday word of French origin, despite some phonetic mystery, and in Russian lexical usage it means exactly the same as the French themselves mean, calling…

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SCREEN

A screen is a rather ancient invention, most of us undeservedly forgotten. This is perhaps the most unusual piece of furniture exotics brought to Europe. You will not dare to call it furniture, but rather a movable wall or a folding screen. The history of the screen begins in China. It was in China in the 7th century that screens appeared, and already in the 8th century they moved to Japan.

Screens came to Europe in the 17th century, along with fashion for everything Chinese. In the duality of its function – hiding something behind the wings, at least partially revealing it – Europeans immediately saw not only decorative effects, but also opportunities for very elegant spatial games. Particularly popular screens found in the XIX-XX centuries. The layout of the apartments of that time required dividing the living space into zones, and the screens easily coped with this task, covering with themselves what should not be seen by outsiders. Continue reading

CORNER CABINETS AS A FUNCTIONAL INTERIOR ELEMENT

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

HOME OFFICE: PLACE FOR WORK AND REST
The office is a familiar, everyday word of French origin, despite some phonetic mystery, and in Russian lexical usage it means exactly the same as the French themselves mean, calling…

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HOW TO CHOOSE A WALL
Regardless of what fashion trends prevail in the field of home dwelling design, in our country, universal furniture, the wallboard that is loved by everyone, is still considered popular. A…

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What you need to know about buying a wardrobe?
Sliding wardrobe is especially popular in small-sized rooms. Due to the presence of sliding doors that do not open, it can be placed in any corner of the room. There…

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CHOICE OF SOFA. REMINDER TO THE BUYER OF UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE
How often do we stand in the middle of a furniture store, completely at a loss, listen to the seller’s magnetic twitter, helplessly touch the upholstery of an inconceivably expensive…

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