One of the most fascinating and most elegant looking furniture in big great houses ar wingback chairs. If you ever seen a movie that is set in the 18th century or lower, there will always be some man sitting in this big chairs with a pipe in mouth.
But have you ever stop and wonder when does this great big chair originated or first manufactured?
Obviously, these type of furniture have been around for many years, hundred of years. In the old years the ‘wing’ part of the chair are very noticeable but Continue reading
Scandinavian design is all about being calm, simple, pure and yet being fully functional. Scandinavian design emerged in the 1950s and became pop again from the 1990s. It is characterized by simple design, minimalism, functionality, and generally low-cost mass production as evident by the huge superstores in IKEA.
One of the principle tenets of Scandinavian design is that of symmetry. The informality occurs with the simplicity of the furniture and the sparseness of the look but symmetry is also important, but as simple as two candleholders put side by side or two chairs, either side of Continue reading
A house feels like a home only when you have given it your own, very special touch. Thus, it is very important that you take some stairs to make it look beautiful. You can do so in your own special style – you don’t have to copy someone else’s. The issue with acquiring interior decorators to do this is that they firstly charge a lot of money, and secondly, it will not be something which you have done by yourself. In order to make a house look like your home, you have to do something by yourself. Each and Continue reading