Styles

What Does Your Interior Design Say About You?

What Does Your Interior Design Say About You?

Everyone has their own style and taste when it comes down to designing and decorating their home. Whether you like modern and sleek designs or you are more comfortable with a cosy cottage feel, everyone has their own personal preference.

Deciding on a color scheme and a theme is one of the hardest jobs when you have just moved into a new house. Just remember that you can have various colors and themes in each room if you don’t want all your rooms to look the same. Decorating the study with pine wood bookshelves for example adds a sense of sophistication to the room, even if you only use it to play games  like cheeky bingo on your computer.

Decorate Home With Asian Style Furniture

Decorate Home With Asian Style Furniture

Asian furniture is always a consideration in interior decoration and individual pieces of furniture, antiques and artefacts are sought after from countries such as India, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Japan. Asian furniture, whether new or antique, brings color and life to homes decorated in any style. Even in modern homes, Chinese dynasty pieces or intricately carved statues from India can fit in perfectly with the decor.

Asian cultures take great pride in their diversity and distinguished histories, and these values are quite apparent in even the smallest piece of oriental furniture. When designing a modern interior, the process usually involves looking at Japanese furniture which is extremely functional and minimalist in nature.

Rococo Living Room Furnishing

Rococo Living Room Furnishing

Rococo style peaked during 1700 and 1780 in western Europe and was found in art and music. The name Rococo means “rocaille” in French, which is appropriate as the Rococo’s ornate asymmetry was inspired by natural curves of trees, shells, clouds and flowers. Rococo style is influenced by the carefree living of the French aristocracy. At that time have created new forms of upholstered furniture: a sofa, in the form of several related chairs, as well as lounge chairs and deep soft.

Rococo is characterized by its elegant and frivolous elements in furniture. At that time, the women’s dresses were especially bulky, so considering this; the masters began to create furniture that would allow the fair sex to feel comfortable in them.

The Most Expensive House In The World

The Most Expensive House In The World

The home is something that cannot be separated from human life, because in addition to functioning as a place of refuge, the house also is a place where the men build a sense of shame in the family as well as build communication with other humans. Beyond that, the house could also indicate a person’s social status in the community. No wonder many people spend billions of money to build a house. The following is a list of the most expensive houses in the world:

Fleur de Lys ($ 125.000.000), the house was built by Suzanne and David Saperstein. The house (French for lily flower) has 3 bedrooms and the exterior is covered with whitewash of France while the interior in flush right with 24-karat gold. The house also has furniture items such as curtain patterns and Marie Antoinette’s favourite seat of Napoleon.