In the Biedermeier style, as in a kind of mirror, the architectural trends of the middle and end of the 19th century were reflected. Eclecticism or, as this period is now called, historicism reigned supreme in all forms of art; stylistic diversity manifested itself especially vividly in architecture. For Biedermeier, eclecticism became the main artistic and stylistic characteristic, which allows us to talk about it as a completely independent style.
In reference books and art encyclopedias, the following definition is given: Biedermeier (Biedermeier; German: Biedermeier) – artistic style, direction in German and Austrian art, (architecture and design). The word Bieder is translated from German as “simple-minded, philistine; thus, Biedermeier is the style of the “simple-minded Mr. Meyer,” a burgher, a small urban man. Continue reading
We live in color everywhere. We are surrounded by green grass, color handouts, colorful cars and so on. Consciously or not, but we choose one color or another, surrounding them with our lives.
The question of choosing a color scheme arises especially vividly when we need to choose certain furniture, say, for a kitchen. Lead precisely when making this choice, you should remember: the color of your pieces of furniture will dominate the kitchen.
The kitchen is a “holy” place of cooking – a place where a woman “conjures” from time immemorial. Continue reading
Choosing children’s furniture has always been a difficult task for parents, because children grow very quickly, so the furniture should be suitable for the child now, and in the next few years. In addition, the range of goods presented is extremely large, but far from always parents understand what a child really needs and what can be abandoned.
Children’s furniture can be divided into three age categories: the age of the kindergarten, primary school and senior school age. Furniture for babies should be bright colors, but painted with non-toxic materials. Continue reading