Interior Wall Decoration: photos from House & Homes Palm Springs Home Staging
Wall decoration in the interior is another opportunity to make it unique. This is the opinion of many well-known designers who urge their clients to give this issue priority. The original decor of all or one of the vertical surfaces of the room is able to give it a unique and stylish look.
Airy design that gives the room volume, from Amy Lau Design
First of all, it is necessary to take a very serious approach to choosing a palette, which may consist of one or more harmonious or contrasting shades. In this case, everything will depend on your tastes and desires.
Blue and white interior with wood splashes by Emily Johnston Larkin
An interesting photo collage, favorite paintings in luxurious or simple frames, children’s drawings – these elements can become the focal point of the space around which the rest of the environment will be built.
Openwork panels repeating the pattern on textiles, from Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
Properly selected details can make a room visually more spacious and voluminous. Therefore, it is worth considering options with geometric panels, stucco molding or niches with built-in illumination.
An organic continuation of the ornament decorating furniture and curtains from Mead Design
In addition, the original wall decor gives the interior a logical completeness and creates a sense of harmony and comfort.
You can use different materials for decoration. Photo by Arnal Photography
And how did you decorate the walls in your house? Share your experience!
Modern classic apartment design from All In Studio
Modern classic apartment design requires a special approach. That is why the specialists of the architectural company All In Studio, who were engaged in the design of spacious apartments, decided on a bold experiment using bright color accents, original pieces of furniture and “spring” decor.
As a result, exclusive pendant lamps of various shapes and sizes, light flowing curtains of rich blue, white and cream shades and original white and bright yellow armchairs were added to the calm light wall decoration and natural wood flooring.
The combined living and dining areas delight the eye with a variety of colors and textures
Mirrors, snow–white columns, dark wooden facades of spacious cabinets with built-in plasma panels, sofas with fabric upholstery, plastic chairs, a light pedestal with a table top the color of ripe orange – all these seemingly incompatible elements, thanks to the skill of artists, add up to a holistic, organic picture.
The stylish kitchen in gray, black, white and brown tones is equipped with all necessary appliances. Stylistically, it seems to be a continuation of the hallway and long corridors connecting the living rooms, each of which has its own bright personality.
A bold combination of classics and modernity has undoubtedly become the ideal solution for the development of this project, isn’t it?
A unique and inimitable place, there is no such place anywhere else in the world. There is a special energy in the Ecumenical Church in Kazan, there are kind, open people who are happy to welcome all guests. This place feels like home.
The temple building survived a serious fire and suffered many losses, but it survived, and now it is flourishing, continues to be completed and receives guests from different corners of the earth every day.
The Ecumenical Temple in Kazan is a unique structure located in the suburb of Staroe Arakchino in Kazan. Unusual architecture and proximity to the Volga Embankment make it one of the most memorable Kazan attractions.
The creation of the temple began in the mid-90s by the artist and public figure Ildar Khanov. And originally there was a residential house and an artist’s workshop on this place.
The idea of Ildar Khanov is as follows: combining architectural symbols of different religions in one structure: Orthodoxy, Islam, Judaism, Catholicism, Buddhism, etc. The cross, crescent, star of David, and ancient Egyptian ankh are intertwined on the multicolored towers.
After the death of Ildar Khanov, his brother Ilgiz Khanov oversees and develops the temple.
Architecture The Ecumenical Church in Kazan
The structure has several buildings with corresponding architectural elements inherent in a particular religion.
The general appearance of the temple causes admiration and delight, all this resembles some kind of fairy tale.
There are many little things in the architecture of the structure that attract the eye: symbols of various faiths found on domes and walls.
Despite the fact that there are many different towers in the structure, but they all harmoniously intertwine with each other and seem to complement each other.
Inside the temple has various beautiful halls dedicated to various religions: Buddhist Hall, Egyptian Hall, Catholic Hall, Jesus Christ Hall, Muslim Hall.
There is also an art gallery where various exhibitions of artists take place.
Yoga in the temple
In the Temple of All Religions in Kazan, you can not only get acquainted with its extraordinary architecture and history, but also practice yoga with a great teacher Ilgiz Khanov. Yoga takes place every day from 19.00.
If you have a desire, you can take part in the construction of the temple, because there is still a lot of work.
The Temple of All Religions in Kazan address: st. Staro-Arakchinskaya, 4 Bodys.: 8 987 002-39-95 Working hours: daily from 8:00 to 20:00 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vselenskiy_khram/ Temple of All Religions Kazan price – entrance 100 rubles.
Author Olga Avrakh
Photo Olga Avrakh
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