Styles of interior design:

Interior design is a real art. And of course, like any art, it has various styles and directions. Regardless of which style is preferred, the latter should be appropriate, strictly designed and, of course, necessary to comply with the wishes of the customer. Often, preference is not given to any particular style, but rather to the direction that is formed at the intersection of various styles. In this case, the approach to the interior should be even more demanding, since such a mixture of styles should be very neat and thoughtful.

When creating interior visualization, there are a number of rules that directly depends on the style chosen by the customer. Let's try to consider what styles exist and how the process of visualization of each of them occurs.

The antique style originated many millennia ago and for a long time remained leading. The most famous buildings made in this style are the Colosseum, the Temple of Athena and other great architectural projects of the past. When visualizing this style, elements inherent in antiquity are often used.

 Baroque is a style that arose in France, which is characterized by unusual splendor and grandeur. Buildings made in this style differ in scale and a large number of decorative ornaments, such as curlicues, vases and other things. In the process of baroque visualization, the effect of wall plastic is used, which gives them special monumentality.

Classicism style is strict and precise. The standard of ancient art emphasizes simplicity and verified symmetry. Certain volumes, smooth walls, symmetrical geometric shapes - all this is typical for the visualization of this style.

Art Nouveau is one of the most modern styles and is characterized by the presence of many complex ornaments. In the process of visualization of Art Nouveau, iron and glass are usually used, while the interior should differ in some asymmetry and a free layout. Perhaps one of the most unusual styles is Art Deco. It is an unusual mixture of Egyptian, African and American culture. Most often, this style is used in the design of large liners or expensive hotels.

When visualizing art deco, do not forget about the combination of rich brown and gold colors, a shade of ivory.