Awesome Traditional Apartment Interior Design
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Years ago, Edgar Allan Poe wrote “the soul of an apartment is a carpet”, and he could not have been more correct from an interior design perspective. Carpets or carpets are the building blocks of all decorations. The current tapestry is chosen for a room, you will get how the room will be styled and what colors match it. Often people ask us, “How do we start a design? Interior designers spend a lot of time researching and listening to clients before actually designing something, but when we roll up our sleeves, we start with carpets.Usually a color palette is built out of choice carpets As designers, we want to say “It’s easier to find a cloth to carry with a carpet, than to find a rug to carry with a cloth.” Often we start by specifying a color palette.With rugs, carpets can be many styles and colors.In today’s contemporary style which is so popular right now, there are many manufacturers that produce beautiful modern-style tapestries with extraordinary abstract designs, often silencing soft colors or, depending on your design, that is, they can be brightly colored.
They can be designed and colored in a special way, and made to the size of your room. Usually made of wool (wool only absorbs the color of other materials, not to mention durable and stain resistant), and can be ordered with a specific thickness or “number of threads”. These contemporary rugs can look beautiful on the floor like the abstract paintings seen on the walls, and are often used as floor coverings without much furniture on them. They definitely “anchor” the design of the room and can be a major focal point. Alternately, there are fabulous antique rugs available in traditional designs, or new carpets that look antique. One of our favorite sources for new rugs is the company that produces carpets exactly as they did for 200 years ago. They weave carpets in the same village in Turkey where they have weaved them for centuries, using the same pure dyes and wools from the sheep that have grazed naturally on the same hillside.
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Actually, the people who make the tapestry are the descendants of those who have perfected the craft all along. They have the same method to “finish” the tapestry, creating glossy or matte yarn, muffled or bright colors, for old or newer look. They can make the rug more antique by dulling the colors, and cutting the nap off the carpet to create areas that wear out. Traditional pattern (although they start a new line with simple and contemporary design) and the original color on the design. It is interesting to see tapestries made in old looms in charming and ancient villages. The product is outstanding; Often the dealer should examine the tapestry very carefully to determine if the item is new or antique. We have used their rugs in large hotels and private residences with tremendous success, and love the richness and the sense of quality they soon bring to every room. Antique carpets can also be used in the same way, but one depends more on the carpet that is in the colors and patterns when starting the design of the room. Whether you’re buying “new” antiques or having items that have been in the family for generations, we love the soft patina and a bit of the old carpet. It talks about quality and stability, in the home base.
And antiques are often so daggers with a myriad of colors, it is usually easy to find something in it to follow the color scheme that is being developed. So now we have many design options, how do we use the carpet to maximize its impact on the interior you create? Many ways, and there are some rules. First of all, rugs can be a great base for seating arrangements. The rules generally keep furniture on the carpet, avoiding the situation “one foot above, and one foot below”. When designing new rugs or shopping for them, we usually use the carpet before buying. The best thing is not having a carpet is too big for the room – we always wanted to see some wooden floors or stones on the edge of the room. It frames the carpet and allows the floor below to show some of their glory. But we also noticed the carpet was too small for a room. A little oriental parked under a coffee table would have been much more suited to the entrance, porch or small room. Always try to bring some color carpet from the floor – use russet or blues in upholstery or accent pillows. Similarly, art can have sympathy and reinforcement effects that have the same color as the carpet, which is useful for both purposes. So with that, unscrew the ancient roll in the attic, go to the auction, or find a beautiful new carpet and shake one of your rooms. It will give you lasting pleasure and interest.